I've been shooting 360° panoramas with my Nikon D700 and I usually do a 3 to 5 shot bracket anywhere from 1.3 to 1.7 stops between brackets for HDR. So I decided to take my Scarlet X out for a spin on a recent job and the results are quite good considering I don't have to be concerned about taking multiple shots. I just use my light meter and set the appropriate amount of HDRx and I'm good to go! This allows me to shoot much quicker. It also speeds up my post workflow because I no longer have to mess with HDR sofware which often gives fake colors. I still need to get used to working with these R3D's to expose, develop, and post process them better. I believe I can get these images to look a little cleaner with a different noise reduction plugin. I'm currently processing out the noise, removing CA, and sharpening the image using Adobe Camera Raw on the exported TIFF's from REDCineX Pro.
You can change locations by clicking on the drop down list on the top right corner of the panorama player.
There's a bit too much noise for my taste in the "Living Room" shot probably because I under exposed the A track.
Dining Room = 5 stop HDRx ISO800
Living Room = 5 stop HDRx ISO800
Onsen (sauna) = 3 stop HDRx ISO800