Z Cam is launching a 3D180 camera, to be called K1 Pro. It was originally announced in July 2017. Contrary to what I expected, the K1 Pro is a professional camera, not a consumer camera. It will feature two four-thirds Sony sensors, two f/2.8 fisheye lenses with adjustable aperture.
Here are the specifications:
|Lenses||two premium 220º fisheye lenses|
|Aperture:||f/2.8 to f/11|
|Sensor||Dual 4/3" Sony image sensor|
|Video resolution:||2880 x 2880 per eye, 30fps, 6K Left Right format (post stitching)|
|Synchronization||Built in Z CAM Sync;|
coordinated AE & AWB
|Connectivity||Built in WiFi|
|GPS||GPS (equipped with external antenna port)|
|Storage:||two removable Micro SD cards, up to 128GB|
|Release date:||December 2017|
The K1 Pro features live view and control via Z Cam Controller for PC, Mac, iPad or iPhone. It can live stream using Z Cam’s WonderLive software for PC (live streaming requires a GTX 1070). Stitching is via Z Cam’s Wonderstitch software (PC).
Here again is a sample shot showing its low light capability:
The MSRP of Z CAM K1 Pro is $2,995, with shipment to begin in December 2017. To pre-order, please contact email@example.com.
Thank you very much to Skanda Adiga for bringing this to my attention!