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PanoClip Helps You Shoot 360° Photos with Your iPhone’s Cameras

PanoClip is a new accessory that lets you easily capture 360° and “tiny planet” photos with one tap on your iPhone.

Unlike camera attachments like the Insta360, PanoClip isn’t actually a camera in itself. It’s actually a clip that slides over your iPhone and places two super-wide-angle lenses over the front and rear cameras.

You then use the free PanoClip app to shoot photos. The app captures the distorted views on both sides of the camera and automatically stitches them together into seamless 360-degree photos.

“PanoClip is the first device of its kind,” the company says. “It pairs perfectly with the cameras people use most – their phones – and makes 360° capture easier than ever before.”

The resulting photos from PanoClip can be quickly shared through the app to major social media platforms like Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, and Facebook. You can also interactively browse around in them by swiping with your finger or by turning the phone around when the gyro-viewing feature is turned on.

Here are a couple introductions to PanoClip that show the product and how it works:

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