I am looking to get into shooting panoramic photos of home interiors using my Canon Rebel T4i.
I've come across two systems for streamlining panoramic photo shoots: Gigapan Epic and Pano Pro. They both have different approaches to shooting panoramas. The Gigapan Epic Pro takes several photos by pivoting in 360 degrees on the nodal point. The photos are the "stitched" together in an application like Photoshop. The Pano Pro takes a single photo of a cone-shaped mirror. The photo is then "warped" into a equirectangular image.
Since both systems are around the same price, which system yields better panoramas in terms of image quality? Also, which system is more easier to use?