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  1. Hi there - just wondering if anyone had any success uploading 360 images using a Rioch Theta Z1? Considering a purchase but was unsure if the quality would be insufficient… many thanks and apologies if this has been asked before (couldn’t find anything).
  2. How's the market for 360 here work for your? Did anyone manage to sell their shots at least once since? I wonder what are the type of clients that buy 360 images? Any insight to share with the community would be great.
  3. I have photos at 360Citites.com and at Alamy. Curious to see how this partnership goes, and in particular wondering what this means for those of us who have photos at both sites. Here's the announcement at 360Cities: I already had uploaded a few 360 photos to Alamy months ago, though they weren't interactive on Alamy before now. Now the same image is on Alamy via 360Cities.net, presented interactively. I guess I should delete the original upload? There will be more duplicates for me... Original Pasadena City Hall 360 upload.HRRJN2 Same image, via 360Cities.net (interactive). PN8EBA
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