The Ultimate Accessory for your Spinner 360° Camera

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With the Spinner 360° Motorizer you can create stunning remote-controlled photos with the Spinner 360° camera*. Just attach your Spinner 360° to the Motorizer base and press the Motorizer remote control – You’ll get great panoramas indoors and out!

Features

Remote / Control - The Motorizer’s remote puts you in complete control of your Spinner 360° photos. It works in an unobstructed area up to 5-10m – So you can take amazing panoramic photos without even holding the camera!

Spin The Way You Want - Choose from single spin and continuous spin modes depending on what kind of photo you’d like to take.

A Creative Motor For Creative Minds - With the Motorizer, you can easily experiment with all kinds of creative techniques. Try out time scan photos and endless photos for totally unique spin shots. Or control more than one Motorizer at the same time with a single remote control**. Get creative with the Motorizer and your Spinner 360° camera today!

In the Box - The Motorizer package includes everything you’ll need to create awesome remote panoramas with your Spinner 360° camera:

  • Motorizer Base
  • Motorizer Remote Control
  • Instruction Manual

Specifications

  • Battery Supply: Both the Spinner Motorizer Base and the Remote Control need batteries to work. The Spinner Motorizer Base needs at least 4 x AA batteries; the Spinner Remote needs 1xAA battery.
  • Equivalent Sutter speed: 1/4 Second
  • Workable Remote Distance: 5-8m
  • Spinning Modes: Continuous/Single Spin
  • *Camera sold separately **You can control more than one Motorizer as long as they are all within working distance of the remote

How to use the Motorizer

Looking to get started on your Spinner 360° Motorizer journey? Have no fear, Lomography FAQs are here! Just click on the how-to you’re interested in and become the next spinner magician!

Attaching your Spinner 360° onto the Motorizer Base

Inserting Batteries into the Spinner Motorizer

Basic operations with the Motorizer

Setting your Motorizer spin mode

Exposing the Film Correctly with the Motorizer

Rewinding the Film on your Motorizer