I modified the python code (pano.py) which controls the Pano Smart Shot Sphere for creating 360x180 degree panoramas. In a nutshell, I added more angles and more shots. This code change was inspired by @NickHobgood and his fantastic 360x180 panoramas. I'm too lazy to take the shots manually so I made a code change to my liking. Just like DronePan for Solo, the modified code will take 19 photos. 6 photos at each of the gimbal angles 0, -30, -60 and then one final nadir shot at -90 degrees. If the lens FOV is less than 140, it will take 25 photos instead. 8 photos at each of the gimbal angles 0, -30, -60 and then one final nadir shot at -90 degrees. I can give more detailed instructions if there is interest but for the savvy tech folks: 1. Using Filezilla or WinSCP, rename pano.py in /usr/bin to pano.py.bak on Solo (10.1.1.10) for safe keeping. 2. Rename pano.py.txt to pano.py and copy to /usr/bin. Solo will compile pano.py and create pano.pyc. 3. Go fly. During testing, it took about 1.5 minutes for 19 shots and around 2 minutes for 21 shots. My GoPro 4 Black was set at 7MP Medium.