Are you the proud owner of a new iPhone 13/iPhone 14 (all models concerned)? We have good news for you!

After some very good improvements from Apple on the native lenses of the iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 series models, our team was able to find a new way to capture panoramas without the 360° lens.

So you no longer need to equip yourself with any Nodalview lenses to capture visuals from the app.

Capturing panoramas without the 360° lens

To start capturing your panoramas without the Pro 360° lens (fisheye lens), you need to download the latest version of the app, 5.0.21 (click here from your smartphone to update your app or go to the App Store).

Then, go to the Nodalview app settings > 360° and activate the "use wide angle camera" option.

For successful panoramas, make sure that your iPhone’s camera is well aligned with the central axe of the tripod!

NB: Panoramas captured with the phone's native wide-angle lens have a smaller vertical field of view than those taken with the Nodalview wide-angle lens. But don't worry, this doesn't affect their quality!

What about pro photo capturing ?

We have some good news too, the wide-angle lens on all iPhone 13 models being of very high quality, you don't have to use the Nodalview wide-angle lens anymore.

We therefore advise you to capture your pro photos directly using the native wide-angle lens (pro photo lens) of your iPhone 13.

To do so, go to your Nodalview app, and once in the photos tab, make sure to select the x0.5 option at the bottom of the shooting screen.

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