Manfrotto, world leader in the photography, imaging equipment and accessories industry, presents the new PIXIPano360 - the new, must have accessory for photography.
Perfect for anyone who wants to create stunning, vibration free panoramas and time lapses, the PIXIPano360 is a remotely controlled 360° panoramic head. Ideal for smartphones, Compact System Cameras, DSLR’s and action cameras, it creates spectacular panoramic photos and enables you to take up to 360° hyper lapse videos, creating amazing movie effects.
Real 360° Head Movement
With real 360° head movement, the PIXIPano360 uses a photographic stitching algorithm to produce one seamless panoramic. The dedicated and intuitive app gives you full control over speed rotation and precise angle control meaning you can get the exact image or video you want to capture. The time lapse and hyper lapse are quick and intuitive to set up, and you can also create super wide angle panoramas just by setting the width.
Quality Materials and Features
Constructed of premium metal, the PIXIPano360 is easy to use. Simply attach your phone using the included smartphone holder, set up the picture and let the head complete its 360° turn. It features a universal ¼'' thread attachment on the top to securely hold your device, and the ¼'' thread attachment on the bottom means it can be safely attached to a tripod.
Compact and Flexible
Compact and portable, the PIXIPano360 will easily fit into your bag to make sure you don’t miss any photographic opportunity.
Able to be controlled via an app or an external remote control, the PIXI Pano360 has a payload of 2kg, meaning not only it is suitable for smartphones, but also action cameras, CSCs and entry level DSLRs.
Set your inspiration free and make sure you create stunning 360°, vibration free photos and videos with your phone wherever you are!
The PIXIPano360 is priced at £124.95.Please see the website below for more details
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