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AEB 360 panorama MAVIC 2 PRO

Dwse_pono

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Hello all of you, i need your help,
I need to know if there is a way to AUTOMATIC take AEB 360 sphere photos(RAW photos, so i can edit them later) like the DJI GO 4 or the LITCHI takes as simple shots BUT i want them AEB...
I was trying to make it manual shooting but takes so much time, efford and battery... I spent many hours searching the google and youtube but i cant make it one button shots. Do i need XML also? Every time i have to adjust manual the drone or the gimbal to take each AEB photo. So who of you have the smartest and fastest way?

I have the mavic 2 pro (just updated to 1.00.0300 firmware) i am using my android S9+ phone and i install DJI go 4 and Litchi on my phone. I can also use IOS from my wife's phone (only in case that make big difference)


PS: Please write name of apps or link i have to use or videos on youtube ONLY that does what i am looking for and not just 360 photos or only HDR drone photography... :p


Thanks in advance
Friendly George
 

Martin Kuhn

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Have a Look on HDRPano. I think it is only available for iOS
 

Dwse_pono

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See this post.
Litchi, Panos and AEB
Lichti will do what you want to do
Hello my friend and thank for your answer,
i read the full post that you sent me but NO ONE did it or explain how to do it now.
If there is a solution that i miss, please let me know here. It is important for me.


I start to believe that there is no way to make 360 AEB auto with the software that exist today (at least in Android...) but i hope i am wrong
 

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You take one FPV photo in AEB mode and then switch to Pano Mode and the setting for AEB is supposed to be in place for the Pano mode.

When I have time I will test this out.