Summary: I've been involved in 360 panoramic photography for many years. Usually the process involves a number of photographs and a lot of hoping that nothing moves in the process. Half bodies and blurred cars are often the result. With this camera you can do the same process in one click. You can hold the camera yourself and be in the photo, or use your phone to remotely trigger the device.
Excerpt: Nice design, easy hardware, nice photos... but the software experience is very bad. Having different apps for mobile device and mac computers make it very long to download and share between different devices.
Excerpt: This an amazing product to capture easily low resolution panoramic images and video. It is very light and simple to use. It is missing a few features that I would love to have, but it delivers.
Pros: Easy to Use, Small / Compact
Cons: Lacks A Delayed Shutter, Lacks Removable Storage, Low Resolution Video, Needs A Smartphone, Poor Image Quality, Short Battery Life
Excerpt: I normally pano-stitch 3-7 shot DSLR images via Photoshop. I was looking for an economical way to do larger pano-stitches, such as complete 360, without all the hassle of buggy smartphone software, or full fledged panoramic tripods. I've also looked into Kickstarter products, such as the still delayed Panono. The Theta m15 is a step in the right direction, but it is not there yet. It really is an overly simple to use 360 camera. It is too simple however.
Summary: I need to take photos of existing homes and businesses in order to create building plans for my design and drafting business. This camera is a god-send. With this camera I only have to go to the job site once to record existing conditions. Each photo shows a 360-degree view plus up and down. It's easy to use and fast. Typically I stand out of camera view and take the photo using my cell phone.