What iPad models support camera panorama mode?

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  1. Flybob

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    If you're talking about the panoramic picture mode like the iPhone has, none of them do. The iPad does not support the panoramic picture mode.
     
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    I'm sure there are third party camera apps that will do panoramic, among other special features.

    Perhaps someone can recommend one. I don't use my iPad as a camera often, so I've not been looking for apps with more features than the native camera app.
     
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    Dermandar's DMD Panorama app works well for me. They only permit vertical (portrait) orientation. In some ways I like it better than the Apple app for iPhones. IPad use with a tripod is trickier than with iPhone.
     
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    Thanks for DMD PANORAMA, I have loaded it and looks like it is easy and works well!
     
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    Occipital's 360 Panorama works well too. Another thing about ipad vs iPhone cameras is iPad does not have a flash!
     
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    Thats paid though. If you are looking for a free app, you can use Cycloramic, which has both a free and paid version.
     
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    You only have to pay if if you want HD. I trialled it first without HD but for what it costs it is worth the upgrade. I now use the photos on my web site and they look great (not trying to say I'm a good photographer, ha, ha) and the app is very easy to use.
    Mike
     

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