Samsung Gear 360 2017 Review. This is my review of the Samsung Gear 360. I used it on my Samsung Galaxy S8, iPhone 7 Plus and MacBook Pro. The review covers all modes, the pros and cons, the differences using it on a Samsung S8, iPhone 7 Plus or Mac. Plus there are sample footage … Continue reading Samsung Gear 360 (2017) – Review – Every Mode Tested on iOS, Samsung S8 & Mac
Samsung Gear 360 (2017). First Impressions. First up it’s new design over last years ball style is vastly improved in terms of holding it instantly. The Samsung Gear 360 (2017) is currently only compatible with a number of Samsung flagship and Samsung A series along with the iPhone. Other android phones don’t work with this. … Continue reading Samsung Gear 360 2017 – First Impressions on iOS & mac
The Samsung Gear 360 is one piece of tech that I absolutely love. Its execution is beautiful and its a joy to use. The downside is that it only works with Samsung’s flagship phones. It also works upside down. I also have the Samsung Lens Cover which is available for the S7 and S7 Edge. … Continue reading Samsung Gear 360 – Editorial – Shooting in 360 and 110 degrees with your phone
A few weeks ago I posted an article on how I took footage upside down on my Samsung Gear 360. Click HERE to recap. A lot of you have written in asking how I achieved this. First of all, connect the Gear 360 to your Samsung phone. Check using the Gear 360 app on your Samsung phone … Continue reading Samsung Gear 360 – Using it upside down – the required settings & more
Now for something in Virtual Reality , 360 degrees. So you have 2 options with the photo below snapped in 360 degrees. For both options you will need to click on the photo, and view it via a web browser in desktop mode. You cannot view this via the Flickr app. To view via your … Continue reading Samsung Gear 360 – 360 Degree Photo of the Week
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 … Continue reading Samsung Gear 360 – Using it Upside Down
Without a doubt the Samsung Gear 360 camera takes superb footage. Below is a 360 degree photo of my village, Princetown which is situated on Dartmoor, UK. Click the link below. Press the head circle icon in the middle of the photo. Now you can scroll left right and up down. Princetown in 360 Degrees
So having used the LG 360 Cam and being slightly disappointed by the photo and video quality I had no intention of even looking at the Samsung Gear 360. But then I started to see some footage and read some early reviews and noticed that the video footage looked a lot better than that I … Continue reading Samsung Gear 360 – First Impressions and Video
So 48 hours later using the new Samsung Galaxy Note 8, here is my initial review. But it is also 48 hours without my iPhone 7 Plus/Apple Watch combo. I have been incredibly used to using iOS as my main phone for over a year despite reviewing many android phones. Having used iOS and other … Continue reading Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Review – 48 hours later – The Highs & Lows plus more camera shots
So my Samsung Galaxy Note 8 arrived yesterday and I have installed circa 120 apps and a selection of games. At the moment, the hardware is superb, but the software is a dog compared to the elegance of iOS 11 on my iPhone 7 Plus. However, I have not spent anywhere near enough time in … Continue reading Samsung Galaxy Note 8 – First Impressions of the Dual OIS Rear Cameras with Samples of Zoom Quality
Insta360 Nano Review and Insta360 Air Review. The Nano works with your iPhone and the Air on an android phone. Both are 360 degree cameras that take photo, video and live stream to many places e.g. Youtube and Facebook. The Insta360 cameras come with the best mobile apps that are ahead of that provided by … Continue reading Insta360 Nano vs Insta360 Air – Review & Comparison – 360 degree cameras for iOS & Android
Samsung officially launched the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ smartphones. The S8 comes with a 5.8 inch screen and the S8+ a 6.2 inch screen. The S8 has a 3,000 mAh battery versus the S8+ with a 3,500 mAh battery. Apart from that the phones are identical. Key Features – Infinity Display – with AOD, … Continue reading My Thoughts on the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ – And Yes the Red iPhone 7 Plus looks better!
Update – If you read my review, I wrote the following “However, despite my personal contempt towards Samsung, I will provide an honest appraisal of the phone. This is based on the assumption, that the replacement units that will arrive over the coming weeks are safe to use.” However, based on the numerous publications and … Continue reading Samsung Galaxy Note 7 – A Smoking Hot Flagship Phone – My Review – IMPORTANT UPDATE
I had the original Gear VR which I used with my Samsung S7 Edge. So last week, I got my first attempt at setting up and using the new Gear VR which is designed to work with the new Samsung Note 7 and also be backward compatible with older phones. (If you haven’t exchanged your … Continue reading Samsung Gear VR 2016 – The New Gear VR – First Impressions
Welcome to my review of the Samsung Gear Fit 2. This is Samsung’s updated fitness tracker from the original Gear Fit which I reviewed along with 18 other devices. Click HERE to re read any of the previous reviews. Key Specifications – Display 1.5” Touch Curved sAMOLED 216 x 432 – Memory RAM: 512MB / … Continue reading Samsung Gear Fit 2 – Fitness Tracking at its best?