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Video: Calibrating a DSLR Pano Head for Virtual Tours | Video courtesy of Nathan Cool Photo YouTube Channel | 18 June 2020

Hi All,

I could imagine that the majority of the We Get Around Network Forum Community uses a 3D/360 camera other than a DSLR.

I am sharing this video so you can see one way that 360ºs are shot with a DSLR. More options are in Nathan Cool's new book, Virtual Tour Photography for Real Estate by Nathan Cool.

If you shoot 360ºs with a DSLR, which gear do you use?

Best,

Dan
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I use Really Right Stuff tripods and Canon 5D Mk4 camera with either 8-15mm fisheye or 11-24mm. In this photo there are two tripods. The 2nd one is used after all shots except the nadir. I pull the camera away from the 1st tripod using the 2nd one and take the nadir. This gives me a full photosphere.
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