Pilot Era: is coming to professional camera 360º that records to 8K
By Linky Johnson 2019-04-27 264 0
It is in this sense that a 360 ° camera that promises to be revolutionary is about to be shown to the public. In addition to 8K recordings, it still has its own operating system so that videos can be produced and shared instantly. Meet the Era Pilot.
Pilot was soon in IndieGogo in crowdfunding
Pisofttech is a company associated with the development of software and hardware for 360º and panoramic image capture. In this sense, the company is preparing to launch the Pilot Era camera, in a collective funding project (crowdfunding).
The Pilot Era is thus a VR camera that records 8K and 360º. But there is more, since this is a solution dubbed all-in-one. In addition to capturing images, it still comes with a touch screen and operating system. In this way, the creation of VR content can be done faster, without complications.
The Era Pilot comes equipped with a 3.1-inch tactile screen with the Android-based operating system. This system will allow the user to do everything in real time on the camera, such as monitor, edit, preview and adjust settings. According to the brand name, the Pilot OS, as it is dubbed, is easy to use and upgradeable. It supports updates via OTA and more function extensions.
Pilot Era's design concept is focused on improving efficiency. Unlike other traditional 360 degree professional cameras, no post-processing is required on the computer. In this way, it records videos and panoramic photos at a maximum resolution of 8K, processed directly in the camera.
Artificial Intelligence and other specifications
The Pilot Era is equipped with a high performance AI processor for graphics processing. In addition, for recording features four fisheye wide-aperture lenses and professional Sony sensors, to capture every moment with precision and maximum resolution. It also has adjustable features of HDR, ISO, EV, WB. These and other settings seek to meet then meet all the needs of the professionals.
With the inclusion of GPS, the camera can be perfectly used for recording images, just like the ones we have in Google Streer View. In addition, it has Ethernet and 4G connection (with support for 5G module upgrade) and Wi-Fi connection. This will allow you to stream 4K panoramic content live.
The Pilot Era is, nevertheless, a relatively compact chamber, yet weighs at 690 g. It comes with 512 GB of internal storage, being able to store more than 6.5 hours of video at 8K or 26,000 panoramic photos. The battery is removable with a capacity of 7200 mAh, so you can record up to 3.5 hours of 8K video, the longest battery life in professional-grade 360 ° VR cameras.
The chamber is still a project that will arrive in May at the collective financing platform Indiegogo. If you are interested in this product, you can, however, sign up to enjoy a 31% discount on the purchase and receive updated information on the evolution of the process.
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