Would you like to take photos with your Spinner 360 in low light conditions but you don’t know how? Do you think using manual Speed is too difficult? This is an accesory for you!
I think the Spinner 360 is one of the most interesting cameras that Lomography has. It can portray a situation like no other camera and for sure it is really simple to use.
But of course if you have one, you know pulling the cord is not enough to take photos indoors, at night, or any low light condition. It took me a long time to find an easy way to take good photos in manual speed and it Works great. But now with the Spinner 360 Motorizer this camera made significant progress to the next level.
This accesory allows you to take photos in low light conditions with its marvellous remote control. You don’t need to hold camera and you can decide to take a part of your photo or not.
Moreover you have 2 modes for take your Pictures:
Single spin mode.- Just press the button and it starts to spin like spin and a half.
Continous mode. – The camera spins as much as you hold the button pressed.
Those modes are really simple and fun with Amazing results. You could act in your own photo as you want or you can try the longest photo that you’ve ever taken before.
Enjoy shooting amazing 360-degree photographs with the Spinner 360° Camera! It gets even better when you pair it with the Spinner 360° Motorizer - a cool accessory that allows you to shoot from afar and in low-light situations. Get it free when you buy the Spinner 360° until 14th June only!
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