360 degree photos on Facebook
You may have been looking at interactive photos on Facebook for the past few weeks. These pictures instruct you to hold your phone up and rotate it to see other parts of the picture. This is how to view so-called 360-degree images. The fact is that you do not need a special camera or a special application to upload your interactive photos.
However, if you want to get a 360 degree camera, then Facebook supports the following cameras: LG 360 Cam
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Each of these cameras captures the environment around you in a single shot, but it costs a lot more.
Your smartphone is better than a 360 camera. If you have a tablet, it can work best with this feature. According to Facebook, this feature works on iPhone 4S, iPad Mini or iPadier and iPad Pro or more modern devices. Android devices have not been added to your list, nor do Android devices appear to be in the near future.
However, this feature will work on some Galaxy devices like Samsung Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 3 or later.
Owners of non-Samsung Android devices can use the Google Camera app (click here).
Then you need to take a panorama photo from your device. If you already have panorama photos in your camera roll, you just have to share them.