By Anton D. Nagy | November 20, 2010 3:32 PM
This program accesses your camera application and enables you to take 180 degree panorama shots split out into five pictures with a single push of the shutter button. The principle is very easy: start the Panorama Shot application, press the Camera button to capture the first segment of your panoramic picture and then the application automatically overlays the arrows indicating in which direction to move your device in order to perfectly align the second picture with its outline overlaid as well. The instant the desired perspective in achieved on the screen, the application automatically fires the shutter to take the second picture and move on to the third. When all five pictures are taken, the program automatically stiches them together in a 3560 x 740 pixel image and saves it for you to access from the Pictures hub.
Note: Panorama pictures showing moving subjects will give you a head-ache as I’ve learned it the rough way myself. Also, there could be some inconsistencies in the final image if the first picture that is captured has more (or less) light than the rest.