Ricoh Theta S 360 Degree Spherical Panorama Camera, Black

Ricoh Theta S features extra-high resolution, fully spherical photos and videos in one simple shot, a live preview function and even greater compatibility with social media platforms. The Ricoh Theta S captures high-resolution spherical images of up to nearly 14 megapixels. It can also record spherical video in full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels at 30fps) with a maximum recording time of 25 minutes. The better quality images are enabled by an enlarged image sensor and fast F2.0 lenses to allow more light through Ricoh's proprietary ultra-small twin-lens folded-optical system. Also, superior image processing technology and bulb mode for long exposures produce spherical still images with less visual static, even in low-light settings. Spherical images can be uploaded to theta Site shared via Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr, and posted to Google Maps, Google+ and YouTube 360 Channel. The application program interface (API) for RICOH THETA S is based on Google-supported Open Spherical Camera API for compatibility with Google's services. The new RICOH THETA S app for smartphones and tablets can be used to configure settings and instantly view spherical photos and video via wirelessly connected devices. An improved Wi-Fi module transfers data four times faster than the current RICOH THETA model. The RICOH THETA S also boasts a fully updated design and user interface. Usability has been improved with an elegant but practical sure-grip black rubber coating and handy face-mounted LED mode indicator. Internal memory has been increased to 8GB. The Ricoh Theta S Panorama Camera Features Fully 360 degree spherical photos and videos in one simple shot Live preview function and even greater compatibility with social media platforms Captures high-resolution spherical images of up to nearly 14 megapixels. Records spherical video in full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels at 30fps) with a maximum recording time of 25 minutes. Equipped with bright F2.0 lens Manual control allows recording of long exposures of up to 1 minute http://cameras.infoarea.com/theta-s.htm