8K 360 camera PHIIMAX 3D will be released on the indiegogo platform

8K 360 camera

Burley, Jul 19, 2019 (Issuewire.com) – Before the release of the phiimax 3D 360 camera, the teche team has sold more than a dozen products on the market. Today they have a wealth of experience to realize their dreams, phiimax 3D, a proud product.

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This 360 camera uses SSD storageThe aim is to maximize the 360 images of lossless quality. For VR content creators, this is a revolutionary breakthrough that means more creative space and a more convenient image processing process.

In addition to using SSD storage, CMOS specifications and lens quality are also key to achieving high-quality images.The phiimax 3D redefines the high-definition 360 camera with six sony back-illuminated image sensors and six aspherical lenses.

This 360 camera is equipped with advanced image stitching software, teche optical Render, Unlike traditional stitching, it works by re-rendering the position of each pixel in the light field instead of a simple picture stitching. This new algorithm reduces the minimum stitching distance of vr images to 1m, effectively reducing the seams and ghosting effects of 360 videos.

In terms of structure, the camera has six fisheye lenses in the horizontal direction, and the aperture value of each lens is F2.2. The outer casing is made of aerospace aluminum alloy, which gives the camera better heat dissipation and protection. In terms of battery life, the camera has a built-in 10200mAh large-capacity battery, and of course supports other power supply methods.

In fact, professionalism and ease of use are not inconsistent. Phiimax 3D has an excellent handling experience while having strong performance. You can easily build a VR live stream in just a few steps. Whether live or daily, the camera can monitor 360 panoramas in real time.Thanks to the camera’s 2×2 5G super wifi, the signal strength can cover an area with a camera center radius of about 50m.

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