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Total Process Time to Create Web-ready 360 Product View: ~12 minutes
Frame Count: 120 frames/360 rotation (1 capture every 3 degrees)
Additional Accessory Used: N/A
Lighting System Accessory Used: N/A
Camera/Lens Used: Canon EOS 1100D with Canon EFS 60mm f/2.8
Zoom Level: Fixed
File format: JPG
The following 360 project is a simple and smooth 360 degree spin of a Polaroid camera, using the Iconasys Lumipad Medium lights and the Platinum LRG Turntable with a total of 120 frames. The process took around 12 minutes to create with customized hotspots.
In order to create a smooth 360 project, a stepper turntable is required to support multiple shooting frames ( 72, 120, 172 frames etc.). The bigger the number, the smoother the frame to frame transition will be.
Using the Medium Lumipad studio lights, we’ve managed to diffuse the light that goes directly pointed to our object, without creating harsh shadows and highlights.
With the pre-crop and resize features inside the ShutterStream software, we were able to create nice and squared 360 images with a low file size but maintaining the highest quality possible. The quality is given but the lighting conditions and the camera lens and in this example we used a Macro Lens 60mm f/2.8. We've made sure that our object is aligned in the center of the turntable in order to avoid the object going outside the boundaries and to keep every frame symmetrical.
After we finally created our project, it's time to share the generated iframe and index links and embed them on our website. In this example the generated iframe link was shared from https://stream.iconasys.com and embedded into a HTML plugin on this page.