Say hello to the ultimate Accessory for your Spinner 360° Camera! With the brand new Spinner 360° Motorizer, you can now shoot awesome 360° panoramas via remote control. The Motorizer puts you in complete control of you Spinner shots; choose your spin mode, decide whether you want to be in the shot and take wonderful panoramas indoors!
Spin The Way You Want
The Spinner 360° Motorizer allows you to create stunning remote-controlled photos with the Spinner 360° camera (sold separately). Just attach your camera to the base and press the remote control° – You’ll get great panoramas indoors and out! The Motorizer works anywhere from 5-8m in an unobstructed space – Choose between two spin modes and take amazing panoramic photos without even holding your camera!
A Creative Motor For Creative Minds…
With the Motorizer, you can easily experiment with all kinds of creative techniques. Try out time scan photos and endless panorama photos for totally unique spin shots. Or control more than one Motorizer at the same time with a single remote control. Get creative with the Spinner Motorizer and your Spinner 360° camera today!
° Please Note: Spinner 360° camera is sold separately. The Motorizer base requires at least 4 AA batteries to work and the remote control requires 1 AA battery – It’s suggested that you install 8 batteries in the Motorizer base to achieve the best stability and operation time – Batteries sold separately
The Spinner 360° goes beyond the confines of standard panoramic cameras. See everything around you (literally!), and be swept away by truly spectacular results. Head to our Online Shop and get your own Spinner 360°!
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