Globuscope 1000 360 degree panoramic camera, 1981.
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Invented by the Globus brothers, this camera was designed to use 35mm film. In use it is held above the head (so that the photographer does not appear in the photograph) and rotates by clockwork. Up to eight panoramas can be taken on a roll of 35mm film. Made by Globus Ltd, 44 West 24th Street, New York, United States.