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I was pleasantly surprised to catch a 360 view outside with approaching cars - only to see that oncoming traffic doesn't affect the 360 view! Lucky? Perhaps, but I'll take it!

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Very lucky or recent updates this year have gotten better. I had issues shooting balconies where cars behind would give alignment errors. Later doing similar shoots, I had stretched out cars on the road.

In your instance, I like how the trees block off a good portion of the vehicles as the motor spins left to right. If the cars were to be in a direct line of site opposite the house is the worry point for me.
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