We Currently Support the Following Devices:

For 360 Photos Only:

  • Ricoh Theta V/S/SC
  • Insta360 ONE  & ONE X
  • Aleta S2C
  • LG 360
  • NCTech iStar (original version)

For 360 VideoWalks

  • Garmin VIRB 360
  • Note: Insta360 One X for VideoWalks expected to be supported within Q2 2019

The image below shows what we want the ideal setup to look like. Notice we recommend keeping a monopod close to you instead of putting a tripod down and walking away from the camera to take the shot. Keeping a monopod close gets you a good quality photo (less blurry) and makes the walk much faster compared to walking away and taking the shot with yourself completely out of the picture. The setup below puts all items in a single unit, making it much easier to traverse through a busy jobsite.

The Ricoh Theta V has one of the better all-around cameras for past year plus. However, the new kid on the block (Insta360 One X) that that we're now supporting has even better quality images and video than the Ricoh Theta and is priced similarly (approx. $400). Because of the on board stabilizer and ability to record 360 video in 5.7K the Insta 360 will support VideoWalk™ in feature development. 

For a ‘Starter Kit’ (and those looking for the best value just capturing 360 static photos) the Ricoh Theta V (NOTE: VideoWalk™ will not work with this camera). You can safely go with the Insta360 One X or Ricoh Theta V.

CAMERA

  • Insta360 One X - high quality photos and video. Will eventually support VideoWalk™ (This function is coming soon) - $399
    http://bit.ly/insta1X
  • 30MP 360 Samsung Gear 360 (2016) camera, expandable with the ability to charge while mounted for extended capture sessions - $67
    http://bit.ly/SG360_2016
  • 32gb micro-SD (needed for the Insta360 One X and Gear 360), holds  - $17
    http://bit.ly/SD-16GB 

IMPORTANT ACCESSORIES

LIGHTING

  • R-PAL 300 Lumen Mountable omnidirectional light (For interior lighting in dark areas) - $130
    http://bit.ly/R-PAL
  • REQUIRED FOR ABOVE LIGHT: Male to male 1/4" thread adapter (for light to mount camera on top of it) - $7
    http://bit.ly/threadadapter
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