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Hi mates!

I wolud like to share with you the visit I made to an abandoned coal factory with my new camera, a Samsung Gear 360. Hope you enjoy. :)

 

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Quite a long video but an interesting perspective, being 360 degrees. Looks crazy on the forum, but cool when i had a look on my phone :) 

 

Cheers for posting :thumb 

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12 hours ago, hamtagger said:

Quite a long video but an interesting perspective, being 360 degrees. Looks crazy on the forum, but cool when i had a look on my phone :) 

 

Cheers for posting :thumb 

Thnx hamtagger! Yes, it's better in smartphones than on laptop or TV. Cheers! :D

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I knew it as a photo, but haven't seen a 360 ° video before. Interesting to watch.

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