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(July–September 2015)

Rolf Ris

Peaceful Okavango-Delta

Brian Richards

Theta: R. I. P.

Independence Day, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

July 4, 2015: 6.28 pm

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Theta - Rest In Peace - This is the last shot taken with a Theta m15 before it fell, while attached to a mono pod. Since then half the pano is completely blurred; G-force must have dislodged a prism or lens. The image of the Theta, inserted here floating in the pool, was taken with the Theta, requiring only a 180 degree view and a combination of mirrors.

R.I.P. Theta m15, Long Live the Theta S (plus extended Drops and Spills warranty). Announced in early September, the Theta S goes a long way towards the wish list mentioned on the 'Theta Selfie' posting in the WWP 'New' event. Theta m15 may have left the building, but make way for the 'Monolith' S, due in late October/early November, just in time for the end of the year 'Best Of' Event.
For more examples taken with the Theta see https://theta360.com/users/24760#

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USA-Canada / USA-Florida

Lat: 26° 9' 4.54" N
Long: 81° 9' 21.78" W

Elevation: 10 ft

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Precision is: Medium. Nearby, but not to the last decimal.

Ricoh Theta m15 + mirrors

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