Live Your Experiences With Pano Pro Action Cam 360!
Are you tired of clicking pictures and creating panoramas of places? Sometimes those panoramas don’t always turn out the way you want them to either. At times, neither do even videos don’t do justice to what you see in front of you. Then how do you get your friends and family to see the places you visited and live those memories like you did? The Pan Pro Action Cam is the answer! It’s something that will let people experience things the same way as you did.
With a 360 degree mirror and secondary lens system, the Pano Pro Action Cam 360 is a camera and software/app duo that lets you click 360° videos and pictures.
This works hand in hand with the GoPro. All you have to do is insert the GoPro into the Action Cam 360, and point it in any direction to start recording! Once done, upload it onto your computer and view the video using the Go Pro software. You can then share it with your friends using the app or by uploading it to their hosting platform.
The Action Cam 360 allows you to capture moments and lets your viewers see the video in any direction they want! Imagine, you’re skydiving or are on a helicopter ride. Or just walking on streets during a festival! It would take a crazy amount of pictures and videos to capture that moment and let you re-experience the entire sequence just the way you first did. And that is exactly why the Action Cam is a handy technology to own.
By recording with this camera, your friends/family can view the video from whatever angle they please. They can look at the fireworks in the sky, or the kids running on the street. And the best part is that it works just like a normal video, where you can pause, replay and fast forward! It is the ultimate experience you can gift yourself or others of your travels!
Considering the massive success of GoPro, the Action Cam works like an upgraded GoPro!
What would you use the Action Cam for if you owned it?! Tell us in the comments below!
Picture courtesy – thefulldomeblog.com
by techtalks @TechTalks August 8, 2016 5:06 AM UTC