It’s tough to remember everything when doing those panoramas!
So I made a small check list which I embossed and which now happilly resides in my camera bag:
You may like to do something similar. In my early attempts I kept messing up exposure for some reason …. not good for a guy who grew up without an exposure meter.
By the way, as taking 360 degree panoramas dictates a new way of seeing – you think of the whole scene around you rather than just one straight ahead view – my limited mental powers suggest that a photography expedition in search of QTVR panoramas should be limited to just that. Meaning only a tripod, the KingPano and the 5D/fisheye come along.
So a trip to the local Target store found me splashing out on a small shoulder bag that accomodates the 5D mounted on the KingPano, all set up and ready to go. A somewhat unwieldy mass. This avoids the need to collapse or dismantle the KingPano which greatly reduces setup time. My genuine-Eddie-Bauer-original-Made-in-China shoulder bag ran all of $22. You can always buy a camera bag for four times that if you are so inclined.