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#1 Formula Smith

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    Posted 17 March 2017 - 09:49 AM

    I use 360 cameras for my job. It's mainly more high end 360 cameras such as the Spheron VR, Lizard Q and iStar. I make HDR high resolution photographic virtual tours using these. 


    If anyone wants any advice on any of those, feel free to ask. 




    But I do have a question for anyone else who has experience with less expensive cameras. I have up to around £1500 to spend on a new 360 camera for another purpose, but have no idea which of the cameras on the market would be good enough (if any)? 

    • I need a camera which stitches a full 360 spherical image (don't mind if there is a hole at the bottom) automatically and reliably (don't mind if its' through an app).
    • I need it to be easy to operate (non photographers will be sent out to use this, not me, so needs to be foolproof)
    • I need it to stitch with no obvious stitch lines.
    • It needs to be the highest megapixel count possible (as I want to zoom in). 
    • It needs to be HDR
    • Needs to be a good quality overall image, ie decent colour representation, not too soft an image. 


    Any ideas what is considered the best available at the moment? Most of the comparisons I see are about video quality, but I have no interest in that, only 360 photos. 


    Thanks Guys, Smith

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