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Recent commenter asked about thoughts on the 'Uber Expensive' Nokia Ozo. When creating an immersive experience or working on a high end filming project...maybe it's worth it. Outside of that, there are plenty of 'cheaper' options that seen to be more user friendly that offer comparable features. 

To be fair, I haven't actually used one. Based on the videos I've seen uploaded from the camera, though, it doesn't seem worth the price tag.
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那一抹绿1 yr ago
When will there be new ones
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@Haukur Erikson we read it. in camera stitching is a no. it has to be done on a machine. all of those formats are off camera. with the go pro rig you can set up global shutter. cheaper than this, check. rich misspoke about the audio, but at $45k this camera is still not worth it. I want to be mobile, this camera, going by the specs given, needs a Mac pro to handle it (I work with Macs, not Windows) and has a different app for previewing and stitching. That's neither convenient or mobile. But thanks for your input!
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Clearly had not tried nor even read the specs properly. Stitching to mp4,dpx or exr, monoscopic, stereoscopic check, wireless remote control, check, 4 or 8 camera mode, check, global shutter and no weird calibration shit, check, ambisonic or other sound formats, check... nowadays also all kinds of imaging algorithms and rendering of depthmaps, check...
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Introducing Nokia
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They are two too serious
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Nokia
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贺湘平1 yr ago
Good video
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@Orin Russel look up Nokia Ozo. it's a $45k 360 immersive camera. while I'm sure it serves a purpose at a film/experimental level. for the average or above average user, there are cheaper comparable solutions.
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鼠能1 yr ago
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