I have been using the Samsung Gear 360 a fair bit. Unfortunately, not outdoors due to the terrible weather. The indoor footage is private so cannot be shared, but needless to say I now have a 360 degree video of a special occasion that truly is superb to have as a memory.
Anyway, I wondered how the Gear 360 would work upside down.
So here it is, attached upside down and gently swaying in the wind.
Below is a 360 degree photo. To get this into 360 degree mode, you will need to click on the photo and ensure you view the Flickr upload via a web browser and NOT the flickr app. Once viewing via a web browser it should load in 360 mode. If it doesn’t go to desktop mode on your phone, select full size. It should work.
Below is a shot just using one of the lenses in 180 degrees, and shooting into the sun.
And now the 360 degree video filmed in 4K. Hopefully these are all showing the correct way up!.
Another aspect I really like about the 360 is being able to control it without a phone. The physical buttons and little screen work perfectly.