If you want the best in terms of 360-degree video, look no further – Panono is the answer. At China’s Consumer Electronics event, a German company presented Panono, the highest-resolution 360-degree video camera with HDR mode #videomagic
Panono is a spherical, 108MP camera made up of 36 small, individual cameras that take shots simultaneously, capturing 360° X 360° panoramas. Enabled with HDR mode (Beta) it should deliver great, high-contrast images in every condition. Independent images are stored internally; once uploaded on the cloud, they can be stitched in a couple of minutes, then stored via URL.
With the Panono app, you can take the embed code and use it on your website or share your creation. Here, you can also save camera settings, edit your panoramas and view public ones.
By the way, you can take pictures in four ways: putting the Panono ball on a stick, throwing it in the air waiting for the shutter button to capture everything, simply pushing the physical button or shooting from a distance, when Panono is on a tripod.