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Awesome morning in the Searay getting some action shots with the 360 camera

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bmcj

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Cool video!

I see your hand and I see the shadow of the camera and stick, so why can I not see the actual stIck between your hand and the camera?
 

Scheny

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Cool video!
I see your hand and I see the shadow of the camera and stick, so why can I not see the actual stIck between your hand and the camera?
Because it actually is a 355° camera :D

More serious now, it is a system consisting of multiple cams (likely 4 with each 120°) which in sum cover 360°, but not in the direction where the stick is, there it has a blind spot as the cams are mounted around the stick.
 

michael Hille

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Thanks guys I love how versatile this aircraft is , it’s a 2 lens camera shooting 220 degrees each and then stitches the footage and because the pole is narrower than the camera lenses it is cropped out automatically it’s called an Insta 360 one x camera
It’s an amazing camera
 
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