Spin Ninja - 360 Photography Turntable

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Spin Ninja - 360 Photography Turntable

4,999.00

The Spin Ninja is our flagship 360 photography turntable for making professional 360 views of products. This motorized photography turntable is software controlled via our Imajize Capture™ turntable software, and is compatible with Mac OS X computers only. Spin Ninja simply plugs into your Mac via a USB plug – that's it!

Spin Ninja Specifications:

  • Can hold up to 220 pounds (100 kilograms)
  • Photos per spin: Adjustable from 4 to 360
  • Material: Laser-cut anodized aluminum
  • Software: Imajize Capture (*included*)
  • Direction of rotation: Left/Right
  • System: OSX 10.9 and newer
  • Maximum speed: 4 RPM
  • Unit weight: 14 pounds
  • Made in the USA
  • Voltage: 110V / 230V
  • Height: 4 inches (10.2 cm)
  • Diameter: 17.7 inches (45 cm)
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360 View of Spin Ninja:

 
 

Demo Video of Spin Ninja in Action:

Video Transcription

That's the software. That's the main interface with the two most important windows. The first one is the camera control, [the camera] is attached via USB to the computer. Now, when we take a photograph we'll arrive here and you can adjust he major [camera] settings [such as the battery life, shutter speed, aperture, ISO and file format]. The second interesting window is the "Multicapture" window which allows you to control the [360 degree photography turntable]. Here, you can either turn the platform by clicking here and it'll move over, or you can just enter a value in the text field. And then let's say you want to take 24 shots, here you have some speed, acceleration and delay settings, and then you can just click "Multicapture" and it will start shooting all of the [360 degree product] photos.

[Turntable begins rotating and photographing a product in 360 degrees]

So when you're done you basically have a live preview of how the rotation works. What you can do now is crop it, for example, like this and you can have a live instant preview of how the cropping would be. OK, and you can also do some image adjustments; so for example you can take the gamma a bit down and make it a bit darker in here. We can have a histogram to see what's actually happening here. And the third thing I can do is look at the image itself; you can see it's really white down here, and I can see the details here, if I like it.

I would say that's good enough for now. So I'm pretty done with my editing, and now I can just upload this to Imajize. So here's my login data, it's been saved from the last session. I can say this is a router, and I can do some settings that I can also do on the website. And then I can hit upload and now it's uploading [the 360 degree product images] to Imajize.