Once the Yin meets the Yang, you need to wait for the picture to snap as shown in this video.
auto: each picture has a different exposure value,
locked: when you select this option (before starting to shoot), the exposure is locked at this moment and for all the images of the panorama being shot,
based on the light available when you locked the exposure,
locked on start: the exposure is locked like the previous option, but at first shot.
As much as you want. You can take two pictures only, or make a full 360 degree panorama. You can stop by tapping the "stop" icon, tilting the device into landscape mode or by making a full 360 degree turn. The blue indicator inside the Yin-yang symbols shows how wide your panorama will be.
You should turn around the device, and not let the device turn around you. This is very important. You have to imagine that the device is fixed on a tripod! Avoid tilting the device, the Yin and Yang should be facing each other, with the same size. Keep practicing, start with shiny outdoors, they are the easiest and best panoramas to capture.
Try rotating in the opposite direction. If it solves the problem then it is due to a miscalibration of your gyro sensor. We are aware of the problem and we are working on a fix to compensate the sensor miscalibration.
Please check the following link that explains how to optimally calibrate your compass.
Portrait mode gives a wider vertical field of view.
I would like to capture a building, or a tree. Why do you force me to rotate horizontally?
Why can't I shoot in all directions (up-down and left-right) to make a spherical panorama?
This is the limitation of the current version. We are planning to release versions with more options.
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