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Aerial Photo 360 over Silverton and Waltloo in Pretoria
Pretoria

This aerial 360 degree view of Silverton and Watloo was the first ever aerial 360 degree photo make in South Africa, and was created on 18 December 2009 by John Gore, of 360 South Africa.

A Robertson 44 helicopter was used for the shoot. And the 360 degree photo was created by stitching together 27 photos, shot on a SLR camera with wide angle lens.

We now offer a much more advanced system, using a remote controlled multirotor aircraft, equiped with an SLR camera and wide angle lens to create aerial 360 panoramas.

Copyright: John Gore
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Caricate: 12/01/2012
Aggiornato: 03/07/2014
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Tags: aerial; helicopter; elevated; silverton; waltloo; africa; south africa; pretoria
  • JohnGore almost 2 years ago
    Very proud of this aerial 360. It really was ahead of its time back in 2009.
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