The photoshoot featured an automatic pool cover company, showcasing their products in a variety of settings such as backyard pool settings and luxury hotel settings. The photos captured the sleek and modern design of the automatic pool covers, as well as their ease of use and safety features. The shoot also included images of happy kelowna pool covers customers and Vancouver pool covers customers using the covers and enjoying their pools. The overall aesthetic of the shoot was clean and professional, highlighting the company’s commitment to quality and customer satisfaction.
Exploring The World Of 360
Xiaomi, makers of the popular Xiaomi Mijia Mi Sphere 360 camera announced a new portable 360 camera looking more than a little familiar to the Insta360 Air. It mounts to your phone like the Air but what sets it apart is the price. To sell for a mere $60 US this seems like an impulse buy item.
The device is equipped with a USB Type-C connector, the weight of the camera is only 23.5 grams, which makes it possible to carry it with you without any problems.
A companion mobile application allows you to view footage, as well as perform simple editing operations. Uploading to social platforms is also possible.
The camera is equipped with two 13-megapixel modules on opposite sides. The maximum aperture is f / 1.8. Each provides a field of view of 210 degrees. The camera contains electronic image stabilization.
Camera resolution is 5K – with a resolution of 5276 × 2688 pixels. The file type is JPEG. Video is recorded at a rather low resolution of 1920 × 960 pixels at 30 frames per second.
For comparison this is the Insta360 Air and Insta360 Nano’s resolutions.
- Video Resolution: 2560 x 1280 (some cell phones support 3008 x 1504) @30fps
- Photo Resolution: 3008 x 1504 (3k)
360 video support gets further support from Facebook today.
Facebook has instroduced a 360 Community page, which is aimed at anyone making (or wanting to make) 360-degree videos to upload to Facebook.
Offering tutorials on camera usage, video editing tips and spatial audio, the program also offers a ‘camera loaner program’ in partnership with 360 video firm Blend Media, to help people get their hands on 360-capable cameras.