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Detu Max 8K 3D 360 camera: what do you want to know?

Detu Max 8K 3D 360 - everything you want to know
Detu Max 8K 3D 360 – everything you want to know

Detu Max, the most affordable 8K 3D 360 camera (estimated $3500), is launching very soon.   I’m meeting with Detu’s CEO tomorrow, so if you have any questions, please let me know in the comments below!  For the record, one of my questions will be: can you give a special discount to 360 rumors readers 😀

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  • -I see the mention of 3D modeling… would like to see a finished sample of their solution.
    -For kickstarter, it says estimated shipping date of september this year…. Is that a realistic expectation or is it the typical kickstarter where we won’t see it till september NEXT year
    -I’m a photo guy, so curious what options does it have for HDR? (Can we choose the # of shots, ev spacing, etc)
    -How is the workflow when creating a virtual tour? Ipad connected via wifi… Is it easy and simple or cumbersome?
    -What are the big features of the app?
    -Is there an advantage to using their own tripod versus a normal tripod?
    -How well matched are the lenses? I know on a lot of 360 cameras different lenses will have slight color shifts… Does the camera correct for this?
    -Whats the word on GPS?
    -Are you working on getting it street view certified?

  • -Whats the word on GPS?
    -Are you working on getting it street view certified?
    -What are the main features of the app? Are there differences between ios and android versions of the app?
    -How easy is the workflow while shooting? (Wifi connected to ipad…. is it simple and easy or convoluted?)
    -What options do we have for HDR photo? Can we control # of shots, ev spacing, etc?
    -How well are the lenses matched? On a lot of 360 cameras the different lenses have slight color shift… does the camera correct for that?
    -Kickstarter says shipping in september, is that for sure or is it the typical kickstarter where we won’t see it for 2 more years?
    -Is there a real advantage to using their tripod specifically?
    -How is the workflow with creating a 3D space tour on their solution?
    -Would like to see a finished sample of their 3D space tour.

  • Hi Mic Thanks as usual. More general questions really….. I think they are going to be street view auto ready does that mean it will replace actual google street view imagery (see outside) as the blue line? Pros/Cons of either model vis a vis the pisofttech and TE720 which both look to be launching shortly?

  • Things I would like to know:

    Mobile phone/OS compatibility (iPhone, Android [if so which])
    Desktop/Laptop Software for stitching/editing
    Water/Dust Proof
    Workflow (how it would look like)
    Storage (SSD, MicroSD, SD, Internal)
    Interfaces ?
    Will it be WiFi/BT/Wired network
    Battery Time (battery will be replaceable)
    Will it use a fan?
    External Mic ?
    Internal stitching vs external stitching
    How many gyroscopes will it use ? (for stabilization)
    will it came with free stitching sw like Insta360 or would it be subscription based line

  • – Is the software complete at delivery day or still a kind of Beta?
    – How is the low light footage?
    – Did they made some crash Tests?

  • What the ‘ears’ are between each stereo pair of cameras?

    The fin-like structure at the top and what look like holes at the bottom (and perhaps the ‘ears’ on the side), AND it being an aluminum case could mean a lot of heat build-up to deal with while avoiding a fan. Is this the case?

    Info I can find says 60 minute record time on a 4800 mAh battery. If they can do 8k for 60 minutes on that size battery, they’ve done something mind-blowing. What’s the catch? What have I missed?

    For comparison:
    Rylo = 830 mAh (60min)
    GoPro Fusion = 2,620 mAh (~70min)
    Vuze = 3,800 mAh (~100min)

    For perspective:
    Samsung Galaxy 8 = 3,000 mAh

  • What the ‘ears’ are between each stereo pair of cameras?

    The fin-like structure at the top and what look like holes at the bottom (and perhaps the ‘ears’ on the side), AND it being an aluminum case could mean a lot of heat build-up to deal with while avoiding a fan. Is this the case?

    Info I can find says 60 minute record time on a 4800 mAh battery. If they can do 8k for 60 minutes on that size battery, they’ve done something mind-blowing. What’s the catch? What have I missed?

    For comparison:
    Rylo = 830 mAh (60min)
    GoPro Fusion = 2,620 mAh (~70min)
    Vuze = 3,800 mAh (~100min)

    For perspective:
    Samsung Galaxy 8 = 3,000 mAh

  • 1. Is it passive cooling?
    2. Can record and take pictures during charging?
    3. Time of continuous recording (without swapping battery, memory card, overheating in room temperature)?
    4. Linux support (stitching software) at least as AppImage application.
    5. Minimal distance (stitching issues).

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