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Litchi for Osmo

Discussion in 'Osmo (Handheld Gimbal)' started by WilsonFlyer, Aug 2, 2016.

  1. WilsonFlyer

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    By version number, this is nothing new, but I only heard about it in an email yesterday. Maybe I just hadn't been paying attention since I've been wanting an Osmo for 6 months but only finally got mine about a week ago.

    Does anybody know anything about or use this app? Any advantages over DJI Go?

    I love the Litchi app for my DJI multis, but maybe I'm just missing what it may bring to the table for an Osmo.

    Litchi for DJI Osmo
     
  2. SanCap

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    The DJI go app in pano mode will only do 1 row for a 180° or 360° cylindrical panoramic. The Litchi will do several rows for a 360° spherical panoramic. It also has a motion control for movement while doing time lapse photography. There are other differences also.
     
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  3. WilsonFlyer

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    I bought it just to play with. Ain't the first $10 I ever threw away and if it's the last, it won't matter anyway. :)
     
  4. hans108

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    with me it is crashing with the X5 most times but I am sure it will work after a while
     
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    It seems stable for me with my X5. I had problems at first when using my iPad mini 4 but then I realized the osmo was connecting to my phone first. I had to turn my phone to airplane mode.
     
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    Has anyone found a way to turn multiple row panoramas photos into click/drag 360 degree spherical panoramas that don't involve an engineering degree?
     
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    It is really pretty simple but until you take the time to learn the process you can try Okolo, just upload your photos and they do the rest. Okolo