1. MrYuzzy's Avatar
    Hi all,

    I'm looking to make a 360 rig and i know i could do a couple of git2's or gopros with the telesin 220 however i was wondering if anyone has tried any of the budget 360x220 cameras and then stitched with autopano or similar....?

    Seen boblov 4k and andoer/amkov as well as campark on amazon at reasonable prices

    The idea would be to purchase 3 of one model for plenty of overlap but no idea on output format type and general quality - not expecting true 4k obviously but having a 220deg coverage and with 3 cams surely makes for a better output once processed?

    Just throwing it out there....

    if it was "doable" which cam would you pick?

    Thanks All
    Yuzzy

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    03-03-2017 08:44 AM
  2. krisguy's Avatar
    First of all, welcome MrYuzzy!

    As nerdy as I am, I have not done all of the things to make a 360 rig. Best I lay claim to is stitching panos from a Nikon with a fisheye. Anyone else have experience.
    03-04-2017 10:24 PM

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