Clad in Italian Toledo leather, this special edition Spinner 360° will definitely revolutionize the way you take panoramic photos. With this camera’s unique picture-taking mechanism and elegant appeal, you can capture everything around you in style!
The Spinner 360° Leather Edition is the perfect match for any pattern or print-fan. It’s nice on the touch and will produce nice on the eyes panoramas to sigh over.
There’re many things to experiment with, with the Spinner 360°. Just check out our Techniques section of our Spinner 360° Microsite!
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