Buy 360 Booth Accessories
Buy 360 Booth Accessories: Want to improve your 360° photo booths? Check out our 360 photo booth packages and shop event and party photo booth accessories that will look great from every angle! In our collection, we offer circular light holders for pixel-free video brightness, professional surround lights and more! Elevate your event and allow guests to have fun and take professional-quality photos with our 360° photo booth accessories.
Buy 360 Booth Accessories: 360° photobooths are actually video booths with a camera on a long metal arm that rotates around a platform where guests stand, pose or dance. The end result is a video—either slow motion, boomerang, or regular video—that looks GLAM, like it was shot by a professional Hollywood studio.
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360 booths are ideal for all event organizers who want to give their guests a night they will never forget and are most likely to share on social media.
360 booths are considered a novelty, yet they have been around for a while.
The first 360 booth was designed in 2014 by OrcaVue, a photo booth company.
Initially, demand was low. It was only at the fateful celebration of celebrities on the threshold of 2020 that this product finally made its mark.
Unlike regular booths, 360° photo booths have moving parts.
This is actually their greatest strength and weakness.
First, where there is movement, there are dangers. The events are full of all kinds of activities. People are distracted, spirits are high, and—speaking of spirits—alcohol is often involved. Combine that with a rotating metal bar and a raised platform that may be too small for the number of people who want to stand on it at the same time, and you have a recipe for disaster. People trip, screw up, or make a mistake. They look at their phones, get hit in the leg, arm or head and get hurt. Aside from the obvious liability like this, violent stops can fry the electric motor that powers the arm: ruining your equipment and your rental for the night.
Second, 360 cabins require additional equipment. Give regular photo booths a mounted ring light and a nice wall as a backdrop and you’re good to go. But attach a ring light to a rotating arm and you make it heavier and even more dangerous. Not to mention, moving light can cast an awkward moving shadow that doesn’t look good in videos – meaning custom lighting settings are needed. In addition, the 360° booth scenery has to be perfect all around the stand: which means investing in huge, expensive covers to cover your machine like a tent.
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