Have you ever found yourself in a situation where there scene around you begs to be completely captured, but your discouraged from attempting the panorama mode on your smartphone because you can never seem to keep the damn thing balanced in your hands? Well, a new product from digital-imaging giant Polaroid hopes to solve that problem and more.
The remote-controlled 360-degree panorama eyeball head accessory is a compact, portable, freestanding mini tripod, which can also be placed on a larger tripod, slider, or selfie stick. Designed for Polaroid cameras, other small popular cameras, and SLRs, the device is operable through an IR remote control that offers five speed modes, clockwise and counterclockwise rotation, and a triangle mode up to 75 degrees.
“For the contemporary videographer, being able to capture expansive panoramic vistas without any shake or distortion is an absolute must,” Polaroid said in a statement. “Thankfully, the Polaroid remote-controlled 360-degree panorama eyeball head delivers effortless and precisely controlled results. It is compatible with a range of action cameras such as the Polaroid Cube lifestyle action camera line and smaller digital cameras (with ¼” threaded hole).”