This gear is best suited to stories where PLACE is important, or when you've obtained exclusive access
Using the Moza Guru 360 Stabilizer Rig:
Pairing to iPhone:
If you decide to try pairing the camera with your personal phone, the iPhone pairing is a little more complicated than android... and it involves using both the bluetooth AND the wifi. Here's a video tutorial on pairing: http://360rumors.blogspot.com/2016/10/how-to-pair-nikon-keymission-360-with.html
"The KeyMission 360 includes one EN-EL 12 rechargeable lithium-ion battery. Without WiFi or Bluetooth enabled, the battery will allow you to record up to one hour and ten minutes of video, or snap 230 still pictures. The battery is removable, allowing you to purchase an additional battery for a backup while you’re out exploring and are unable to recharge the provided battery. The batteries take about 2.5 hours to fully recharge from zero, so make sure you plan ahead."
Adjustments related to picture quality are available under (Camera & Data Transfer Symbol) > "Remote Photography" >(Gear Symbol) > "Shooting Options"
They are limited to:
Adjustments related to video resolution and framerate are available under (Camera & Data Transfer Symbol) > "Remote Photography" >(Gear Symbol) > "Movies"
We recommend staying in 2160/24p & NTSC
Additional recording mode like Timelapse are available under (Camera & Data Transfer Symbol) > "Remote Photography" >(Gear Symbol) > "Movies" > "Movie Mode"
You can choose between:
*NOTE: In order to use the "GoPro VR Player Plugin" to preview 360 video within Premiere Pro... the "GoPro VR Player" standalone Application must be closed before Premiere is launched.