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Last year I helped a school do a haunted house. I had some staff take some 360's for me and they came out grainy. This year, I plan to spend more time shooting the 360's and video rather than trusting an amateur. Any suggestions for not getting grainy shots? For the photo's I'm thinking longer frame rate.

But I'm not so sure on video settings. Should I try and mount it on a ring light? Taken a couple video class and do not offer it in my services.

This is a 360 video I had a student shoot on the Ricoh. Canceling for this year given the insurance adjuster recommendation.

https://kuula.co/post/7lJ85/collection/7fys9

https://youtu.be/4esu0geJSZ0

https://kuula.co/post/7lJ6y/collection/7fysv

Suggestions?

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That’s the big problem with every 360 camera I’ve ever come across. The sensors are tiny, which results in lots of noise when the ISO is pushed.

The only solution in this case is to add light.
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