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Hi All,

Spotted this post on LinkedIn ... from WGAN Member: Andy Herridge @Walkabout in Emsworth Hampshire, UK (website)

While you might buy the Insta360 Pro for 360º photos, it also has legs for 360º video of life events (weddings) and corporate gigs (including live events).

Here's how this Pro is promoting (and partnering).

I could imagine that many of us where multiple hats figuring out business opportunities.

Your thoughts?

Best,

Dan
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I’ve got my first wedding livestream next week. Not an inexpensive endeavor!!! Firstly the insta microphones aren’t high enough quality for these events especially when you’ve sampled fan noise. I’ve gon for wireless mic on the groom for livecast and Zoom sound recorder for the recorded audio. Secondly, do a site survey...you can’t rely on public WiFi as it’s generally saturated at events and if you use corporate WiFi it will probably take some configuration by your client for youto use (if they even allow it). My event is rural so I’ve gone for a 6 network bonded 4g LTE solution as a private connection so I can achieve 4K equit ctangular on the livecast...my own home network sometimes struggles with this and I have to go 1440p cubemap.
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