12. z360 Cameras and Virtual Tours

12.6 Adding a Virtual Tour to a Rental Listing (Example: Buildium)

Virtual tours you created in zInspector can now be added directly to your rental listings! This article takes you through the steps to add a virtual tour to a property listing page—in this case, a listing on Buildium.  The custom link can be added to any listing in simple HTML to bring viewers of a […]

12.5 Virtual Tour – Action Links

You can create your own custom action link to include in your zInspector virtual tour.  The link will send tour viewers directly to your company website or even route them to a unique webpage for each tour. For instance, your action link might read  “Apply online!” “Learn More,” or “Contact the Agent.” Watch the video […]

12.4 Use 360 Tours for Marketing

Take advantage of our 360 Tours—use them for your own personal marketing! Here’s how to include links to tours on your website: Step 1) Copy the link of the Virtual Tour you’d like to use on your website (e.g., https://portfolio.zinspector.com/property/tour/145701). Step 2) Go to your website editing platform. Simply enter the text you’d like to […]

12.2 360 Camera Comparison

Which 360 Camera Do I Need? Wondering which camera to buy for use with zInspector’s 360 feature? Look no further. We’ve put together a product comparison for you to easily see the pros and cons of three of the best panoramic cameras on the market—the Ricoh Theta SC, Theta S, and Theta V. The Cameras […]

12.3 Virtual Tours

zInspector’s Virtual Tours feature allows users to convert their 360 property images into virtual tours in seconds! With a few clicks, you can assemble a brief property tour complete with background music. The link is also shareable onto your property website for easy viewing and other marketing purposes. To get started with this great feature, […]

12.1 z360 Setup, Cameras & Troubleshooting

Capture Every Surface of a Room with One Tap! The 360 cameras are very easy to use and can definitely be shared among multiple zInspector users.  Once set up, you will simply stand the camera in a middle of a room on a tripod, leave the room to be out of line of sight, and […]