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After over a month in the hands of Insiders, Microsoft has finally released an update to the Windows Camera app that enables panorama mode to non-Insiders, but it only works on some devices.
Microsoft today is pushing out a Camera app update to Windows 10 users that are currently using an Insider Preview build of the Anniversary Update to bring panorama functionality.
Almost two months after initial reports of the feature coming, panorama functionality will be coming to Windows Camera "soon", according to Microsoft employee Brandon LeBlanc.
Over six months after Microsoft ended support for Lumia Panorama, the firm will finally be adding the ability to take panoramic photos to the Windows Camera application for Windows 10 Mobile.
Microsoft has created a new 20 gigapixel photo panorama of Seattle that used the company's Photosynth and Image Composite Editor software to merge nearly 2,400 separate photos.
Microsoft has launched a preview version of its third generation Photosynth photo creation technology, which will allow for smoother experiences when viewing panoramic images.
While not officially announced by Microsoft, it appears that the SkyDrive.com site now supports the uploading and viewing of panorama pictures if you have the Windows 8.1 public preview.
Microsoft could have shown work on a Photosynth app for Windows Phone through their website, with the app having launched on iOS almost a year ago.
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