This gadget turns your iPhone into a 360 camera, but it has some quirks
For the first-half of 2016, Android makers such as LG and Samsung have made a big deal about cameras capable of capturing 360-degree photos and video. Apple, for its part, has yet to announce a camera of its own.
So iPhone users who want to dabble with the hottest photography trend have been left to pick between the relatively unheard of Ricoh Theta S or the LG 360 Cam (Samsung’s Gear 360 doesn’t work with iOS). Until recently, that is, with the release of the Insta360 Nano.
This small, 360-degree camera add-on claims to offer a streamlined method for iPhone users to capture their entire world. Unfortunately, software issues get in the way of fully delivering on that promise. Read more…
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