Refer to the following information before shooting.
1. With the distance from the camera to the subject (the radius) set at approximately 1 to 2 times the size of the subject, center on the subject and move completely around it once in a circle.
(If the subject has a short side and a long side, use the long side as reference for the radius.)
2. Shoot completely around the subject, taking at least 12 seconds to complete the shot.
3. Shoot while holding the camera at a fixed height.
- The shooting time can be up to a maximum of 5 minutes.
- The camera may shut down due to a low battery level or a rise in the internal temperature of the camera.
Outside-in Shooting video may not be generated under the following shooting environment and shooting conditions.
- When there are no stationary objects with distinct features in the surroundings (such as buildings, fences, walls, and stopped vehicles)
- When there are stationary objects in the surroundings but they have very few distinct features (such as white walls)
- When the surroundings contain moving people, trees, etc.
- When there is direct sunlight and your shadow shows up clearly and large on the ground
- When the scene changes significantly during shooting due to switching the camera in your hand
- Shooting that lasts less than 12 seconds
- Shooting that does not move in a circle with the subject at the center (no movement, straight line movement, etc.)
- Shooting while the camera is shaking