Photographer Erik Hinnerdal mounting a 360 degree camera trap on a tree in South Luangwa National Park, Zambia. Being able to use camera traps to trigger a 360 video camera is more complicated than normal camera trapping - as the 360 camera preferably needs to be at eye level with the animals you intend to film and must have a free 360 degree view. Also - when filming lions - there is always the chance the camera trap might be gone the next day!

Photographer Erik Hinnerdal mounting a 360 degree camera trap on a tree in South Luangwa National Park, Zambia. Being able to use camera traps to trigger a 360 video camera is more complicated than normal camera trapping – as the 360 camera preferably needs to be at eye level with the animals you intend to film and must have a free 360 degree view. Also – when filming lions – there is always the chance the camera trap might be gone the next day!