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Ricoh Theta Z1 360 degree Spherical Camera with dual 1" Sensors USA Model
Ricoh Theta Z1 360 degree Spherical Camera with dual 1" Sensors USA Model
Ricoh Theta Z1 360 degree Spherical Camera with dual 1" Sensors USA Model
Ricoh Theta Z1 360 degree Spherical Camera with dual 1" Sensors USA Model
Ricoh Theta Z1 360 degree Spherical Camera with dual 1" Sensors USA Model
Ricoh Theta Z1 360 degree Spherical Camera with dual 1" Sensors USA Model
Ricoh Theta Z1 360 degree Spherical Camera with dual 1" Sensors USA Model
Ricoh Theta Z1 360 degree Spherical Camera with dual 1" Sensors USA Model
Ricoh Theta Z1 360 degree Spherical Camera with dual 1" Sensors USA Model
Ricoh Theta Z1 360 degree Spherical Camera with dual 1" Sensors USA Model

Ricoh Theta Z1 360 degree Spherical Camera with dual 1" Sensors USA Model

Ricoh Theta Z1 360 degree Spherical Camera with dual 1" Sensors USA Model
Ricoh Theta Z1 360 degree Spherical Camera with dual 1" Sensors USA Model
Ricoh Theta Z1 360 degree Spherical Camera with dual 1" Sensors USA Model
Ricoh Theta Z1 360 degree Spherical Camera with dual 1" Sensors USA Model
Ricoh Theta Z1 360 degree Spherical Camera with dual 1" Sensors USA Model
Ricoh Theta Z1 360 degree Spherical Camera with dual 1" Sensors USA Model
Ricoh Theta Z1 360 degree Spherical Camera with dual 1" Sensors USA Model
Ricoh Theta Z1 360 degree Spherical Camera with dual 1" Sensors USA Model
Ricoh Theta Z1 360 degree Spherical Camera with dual 1" Sensors USA Model
Ricoh Theta Z1 360 degree Spherical Camera with dual 1" Sensors USA Model
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Features

  • 23MP resolution 360 degree still images using a large sensor and a new type of lens unit The camera is equipped with 2, 1. 0 Inch back illuminated CMOS Image Sensor, one of the largest for consumer 360 degree cameras; It incorporates two units that can support about 20M effective pixels, achieving high resolution 360 degree images equivalent to about 23M still image output pixels. Moreover, it supports the best of ISO6400 high sensitivity shots, showing its strength in night and dark indoor shots; The lens unit uses Ricoh original tri fold structure technology, allowing for a slim body of just 24 millimeter despite the large image sensor
  • Renewed the image processing algorithm achieved to get low and high sensitivity, low noise, and high resolution images; Moreover, dynamic Range (Dry) compensation is automatically made for normal shooting, effectively reducing blown out and pitch black shadows for outdoor locations with brightness contrast; The camera offers a range of shooting modes, including HDR Rendering, Interval composite shooting that can be Used to record star trails, and multi bracket shooting that can take continuous shots with up to 19 settings
  • High quality 4K 360 degree videos using the latest image stabilization technology; The camera has added 3 axis rotational stabilization while shooting videos to show superior image stabilization; This makes it possible to shoot high resolution, smooth 360 degree videos in 3840 x 1920 pixels, equivalent to 4K size, and 30 FPS (frames per second); aperture priority automatic exposure (AV), shutter priority automatic exposure (TV), is sensitivity automatic exposure (is), and manual (M) have also been added to the exposure settings, allowing for more meticulous video settings
  • Superior scalability through updates and plug ins; Following on from the Ricoh THETA V, The camera uses Qualcomm’s snapdragons and an Android based operating system; Firmware updates facilitate continuous functional expansions and performance improvements
  • Support for raw File Format, increasing the joy of editing; In addition to the existing Jpeg Format, raw (Adobe DNR) and JPEG files can be saved in the camera; Ricoh THETA stitchery, an application for stitching in Adobe Photoshop light room Classic cc, will be provided free; After processing files recorded as raw, the plug in can be Used to generate spherical images in which the seams are invisible; Details about Zenith corrections, directional corrections, and stitch distance setting can be freely changed; As with a general SLR camera, users can enjoy professional editing of hues and image quality

Description

The Ricoh Theta Z1 is the flagship model of the Theta camera series, with Ricoh deploying exceptional optical and image processing technologies, cultivated through years of high-performance Camera development, to pursue its highest resolution and quality to date. The compact main body is equipped with 2 1. 0-Inch back-illuminated CMOS image sensor, enabling approx. 23MP resolution 360-degree still images. It supports a diverse range of shooting modes, such as aperture Priority, allowing users to take high-quality images regardless of the setting: outdoors, nighttime, indoors, tropical beaches or snowy mountain views - nothing is off limits. Moreover, it is possible to shoot considerably smooth and immersive 360-degree videos in 4K (3840x1920 pixels) and 30 frames per second (FPS) thanks to powerful 3-axis rotational stabilization to compensate for rotational shake.


Product Dimensions 4.05 x 7.05 x 2.85 inches


Item Weight 11.2 ounces


ASIN B07NSQ13CB


Item model number 910778


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 69 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #5,321 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #20 in Digital Point & Shoot Cameras


Date First Available February 25, 2019


Manufacturer RICOH


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Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • 23MP resolution 360 degree still images using a large sensor and a new type of lens unit The camera is equipped with 2, 1. 0 Inch back illuminated CMOS Image Sensor, one of the largest for consumer 360 degree cameras; It incorporates two units that can support about 20M effective pixels, achieving high resolution 360 degree images equivalent to about 23M still image output pixels. Moreover, it supports the best of ISO6400 high sensitivity shots, showing its strength in night and dark indoor shots; The lens unit uses Ricoh original tri fold structure technology, allowing for a slim body of just 24 millimeter despite the large image sensor
  • Renewed the image processing algorithm achieved to get low and high sensitivity, low noise, and high resolution images; Moreover, dynamic Range (Dry) compensation is automatically made for normal shooting, effectively reducing blown out and pitch black shadows for outdoor locations with brightness contrast; The camera offers a range of shooting modes, including HDR Rendering, Interval composite shooting that can be Used to record star trails, and multi bracket shooting that can take continuous shots with up to 19 settings
  • High quality 4K 360 degree videos using the latest image stabilization technology; The camera has added 3 axis rotational stabilization while shooting videos to show superior image stabilization; This makes it possible to shoot high resolution, smooth 360 degree videos in 3840 x 1920 pixels, equivalent to 4K size, and 30 FPS (frames per second); aperture priority automatic exposure (AV), shutter priority automatic exposure (TV), is sensitivity automatic exposure (is), and manual (M) have also been added to the exposure settings, allowing for more meticulous video settings
  • Superior scalability through updates and plug ins; Following on from the Ricoh THETA V, The camera uses Qualcomm’s snapdragons and an Android based operating system; Firmware updates facilitate continuous functional expansions and performance improvements
  • Support for raw File Format, increasing the joy of editing; In addition to the existing Jpeg Format, raw (Adobe DNR) and JPEG files can be saved in the camera; Ricoh THETA stitchery, an application for stitching in Adobe Photoshop light room Classic cc, will be provided free; After processing files recorded as raw, the plug in can be Used to generate spherical images in which the seams are invisible; Details about Zenith corrections, directional corrections, and stitch distance setting can be freely changed; As with a general SLR camera, users can enjoy professional editing of hues and image quality

Description

The Ricoh Theta Z1 is the flagship model of the Theta camera series, with Ricoh deploying exceptional optical and image processing technologies, cultivated through years of high-performance Camera development, to pursue its highest resolution and quality to date. The compact main body is equipped with 2 1. 0-Inch back-illuminated CMOS image sensor, enabling approx. 23MP resolution 360-degree still images. It supports a diverse range of shooting modes, such as aperture Priority, allowing users to take high-quality images regardless of the setting: outdoors, nighttime, indoors, tropical beaches or snowy mountain views - nothing is off limits. Moreover, it is possible to shoot considerably smooth and immersive 360-degree videos in 4K (3840x1920 pixels) and 30 frames per second (FPS) thanks to powerful 3-axis rotational stabilization to compensate for rotational shake.


Product Dimensions 4.05 x 7.05 x 2.85 inches


Item Weight 11.2 ounces


ASIN B07NSQ13CB


Item model number 910778


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 69 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #5,321 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #20 in Digital Point & Shoot Cameras


Date First Available February 25, 2019


Manufacturer RICOH


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • 23MP resolution 360 degree still images using a large sensor and a new type of lens unit The camera is equipped with 2, 1. 0 Inch back illuminated CMOS Image Sensor, one of the largest for consumer 360 degree cameras; It incorporates two units that can support about 20M effective pixels, achieving high resolution 360 degree images equivalent to about 23M still image output pixels. Moreover, it supports the best of ISO6400 high sensitivity shots, showing its strength in night and dark indoor shots; The lens unit uses Ricoh original tri fold structure technology, allowing for a slim body of just 24 millimeter despite the large image sensor
  • Renewed the image processing algorithm achieved to get low and high sensitivity, low noise, and high resolution images; Moreover, dynamic Range (Dry) compensation is automatically made for normal shooting, effectively reducing blown out and pitch black shadows for outdoor locations with brightness contrast; The camera offers a range of shooting modes, including HDR Rendering, Interval composite shooting that can be Used to record star trails, and multi bracket shooting that can take continuous shots with up to 19 settings
  • High quality 4K 360 degree videos using the latest image stabilization technology; The camera has added 3 axis rotational stabilization while shooting videos to show superior image stabilization; This makes it possible to shoot high resolution, smooth 360 degree videos in 3840 x 1920 pixels, equivalent to 4K size, and 30 FPS (frames per second); aperture priority automatic exposure (AV), shutter priority automatic exposure (TV), is sensitivity automatic exposure (is), and manual (M) have also been added to the exposure settings, allowing for more meticulous video settings
  • Superior scalability through updates and plug ins; Following on from the Ricoh THETA V, The camera uses Qualcomm’s snapdragons and an Android based operating system; Firmware updates facilitate continuous functional expansions and performance improvements
  • Support for raw File Format, increasing the joy of editing; In addition to the existing Jpeg Format, raw (Adobe DNR) and JPEG files can be saved in the camera; Ricoh THETA stitchery, an application for stitching in Adobe Photoshop light room Classic cc, will be provided free; After processing files recorded as raw, the plug in can be Used to generate spherical images in which the seams are invisible; Details about Zenith corrections, directional corrections, and stitch distance setting can be freely changed; As with a general SLR camera, users can enjoy professional editing of hues and image quality

Description

The Ricoh Theta Z1 is the flagship model of the Theta camera series, with Ricoh deploying exceptional optical and image processing technologies, cultivated through years of high-performance Camera development, to pursue its highest resolution and quality to date. The compact main body is equipped with 2 1. 0-Inch back-illuminated CMOS image sensor, enabling approx. 23MP resolution 360-degree still images. It supports a diverse range of shooting modes, such as aperture Priority, allowing users to take high-quality images regardless of the setting: outdoors, nighttime, indoors, tropical beaches or snowy mountain views - nothing is off limits. Moreover, it is possible to shoot considerably smooth and immersive 360-degree videos in 4K (3840x1920 pixels) and 30 frames per second (FPS) thanks to powerful 3-axis rotational stabilization to compensate for rotational shake.


Product Dimensions 4.05 x 7.05 x 2.85 inches


Item Weight 11.2 ounces


ASIN B07NSQ13CB


Item model number 910778


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 69 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #5,321 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #20 in Digital Point & Shoot Cameras


Date First Available February 25, 2019


Manufacturer RICOH


abunda_amazon_reviews Having used the former Ricoh Theta V and Insta360 One X, this camera is by far the best for 360 PHOTOS. It IS expensive but image quality and color saturation are beautiful. I am a REALTOR and even in low light (you can control the ISO, shutter speed, apeture size, etc.) the 360 photos look great. Most of the time, I just set the camera on AUTO and take JPEG images. BUT, if you want VIDEOS as well at this time (June 2019) the Insta360 One X would be a more affordable second choice. You can take videos with the Theta Z1 but camera is best for PHOTOS. The workflow for JPEG images is as easy as you can get. The fixed memory (19GB) is enough for taking PHOTOS.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great Camera For PHOTOS;;Kenneth Wozny;;;Excellent photo quality. The new sensors are making the difference. Big improvement from the Theta V. You pay more you get more!;;Reviewed in the United States on June 28, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;You pay more your get more!;;Yaron Reshef;;;As a previous short time user of the Theta V, I thought I would give this a try. I currently needed a one-shot 360 camera as an alternate for my Virtual Tour where I use much more sophisticated equipment. When you get past the hype, and perhaps read a number of reviews, you will see that everyone reviews this as the number 1 360 one-shot camera. It is not best for everything. They are always out of stock it seems but that could be that they don't stock many! This camera suffers on video, so if you purchase it for photos you should be good to go. For photos, here are a few things you should know: > It has short battery life. About 30 minutes at best when using video. > There is limited internal storage and no micro SD card > There is noise in the pictures. So if you don't blow the photo up, you may be safe. > There is Chromatic aberration. So if you are fussy and use this commercially, you may have to do some post-editing. Other than that, it's just pricey! I find trying to work the features is tedious and limited.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 7, 2020;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;It's important to know how you will be using this camera!;;TheTechGuy;;;The quality is noticeable different than the Theta V... much better. However the battery seems to be really poor. I only get about 45 minutes of shooting before it needs to be recharged.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 24, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Love the quality but battery not good;;Aximino Books;;;Did not live up to expectations... Too bad, I love Theta products and really with I could love this one :/;;Reviewed in the United States on June 18, 2019;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Not worth the money.;;C. Tilley;;;Bought my camera in June. By September had to send it in for repairs as I got a scratch on the case over the lens. The Repair took over a month because they didn’t have the parts. Repair cost $420. . When I got it back the camera had bright blowout spots on every photograph. Totally unusable. I sent it back in immediately for warrantee over 60 days ago. They now say they can’t fix it and that they’re waiting for at Ricoh to approve a replacement. When I call Rich customer service to try and get an answer I get placed on hold in the call system for 30 minutes minimum each time and then speak to somebody who really just doesn’t give a rats behind whether or not she could help me I would definitely never buy a Rich 3-D camera again. I paid $1250 plus including tripod which is the wobbliest tripod you can imagine.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 13, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Don’t do it.;;Amy;;;Battery life is appalling, pictures are decent. Video is bad The app and the connectivity are decent at best. This should cost 500 at most;;Reviewed in the United States on December 27, 2019;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Meh;;Luis;;;I read and studied reviews of this product for months before purchasing. It was a big purchase for me (for this kind of camera). I LOVE the quality of the stills. There is just no substitute for quality large format sensors. I love the RAW support. OK - I rated it 5 stars because it's the best quality STILL 360 camera I could afford. There are a couple of things about this I don't like about it - and they are well documented. It doesn't accept memory cards and you can't replace the battery. I would have accepted a larger body to accommodate these two factors. But that's not how they decided to design it. I'm able to work with these two constraints. I just make sure it's fully charged and has nothing on the internal memory before I do any shoots. This isn't for everyone. But if you're looking for REALLY GOOD stills, this is one of the best. Don't buy it for videos (as plenty of reviewers have indicated).;;Reviewed in the United States on August 16, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;LOVE the quality of the stills;;R. Newlin

Shipping

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Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Kenneth Wozny - Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2019
Great Camera For PHOTOS
Having used the former Ricoh Theta V and Insta360 One X, this camera is by far the best for 360 PHOTOS. It IS expensive but image quality and color saturation are beautiful. I am a REALTOR and even in low light (you can control the ISO, shutter speed, apeture size, etc.) the 360 photos look great. Most of the time, I just set the camera on AUTO and take JPEG images. BUT, if you want VIDEOS as well at this time (June 2019) the Insta360 One X would be a more affordable second choice. You can take videos with the Theta Z1 but camera is best for PHOTOS. The workflow for JPEG images is as easy as you can get. The fixed memory (19GB) is enough for taking PHOTOS.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Yaron Reshef - Reviewed in the United States on June 28, 2019
You pay more your get more!
Excellent photo quality. The new sensors are making the difference. Big improvement from the Theta V. You pay more you get more!

3.0 out of 5 stars
By TheTechGuy - Reviewed in the United States on July 7, 2020
It's important to know how you will be using this camera!
As a previous short time user of the Theta V, I thought I would give this a try. I currently needed a one-shot 360 camera as an alternate for my Virtual Tour where I use much more sophisticated equipment. When you get past the hype, and perhaps read a number of reviews, you will see that everyone reviews this as the number 1 360 one-shot camera. It is not best for everything. They are always out of stock it seems but that could be that they don't stock many! This camera suffers on video, so if you purchase it for photos you should be good to go. For photos, here are a few things you should know: > It has short battery life. About 30 minutes at best when using video. > There is limited internal storage and no micro SD card > There is noise in the pictures. So if you don't blow the photo up, you may be safe. > There is Chromatic aberration. So if you are fussy and use this commercially, you may have to do some post-editing. Other than that, it's just pricey! I find trying to work the features is tedious and limited.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Aximino Books - Reviewed in the United States on October 24, 2019
Love the quality but battery not good
The quality is noticeable different than the Theta V... much better. However the battery seems to be really poor. I only get about 45 minutes of shooting before it needs to be recharged.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By C. Tilley - Reviewed in the United States on June 18, 2019
Not worth the money.
Did not live up to expectations... Too bad, I love Theta products and really with I could love this one :/

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Amy - Reviewed in the United States on December 13, 2019
Don’t do it.
Bought my camera in June. By September had to send it in for repairs as I got a scratch on the case over the lens. The Repair took over a month because they didn’t have the parts. Repair cost $420. . When I got it back the camera had bright blowout spots on every photograph. Totally unusable. I sent it back in immediately for warrantee over 60 days ago. They now say they can’t fix it and that they’re waiting for at Ricoh to approve a replacement. When I call Rich customer service to try and get an answer I get placed on hold in the call system for 30 minutes minimum each time and then speak to somebody who really just doesn’t give a rats behind whether or not she could help me I would definitely never buy a Rich 3-D camera again. I paid $1250 plus including tripod which is the wobbliest tripod you can imagine.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Luis - Reviewed in the United States on December 27, 2019
Meh
Battery life is appalling, pictures are decent. Video is bad The app and the connectivity are decent at best. This should cost 500 at most

5.0 out of 5 stars
By R. Newlin - Reviewed in the United States on August 16, 2020
LOVE the quality of the stills
I read and studied reviews of this product for months before purchasing. It was a big purchase for me (for this kind of camera). I LOVE the quality of the stills. There is just no substitute for quality large format sensors. I love the RAW support. OK - I rated it 5 stars because it's the best quality STILL 360 camera I could afford. There are a couple of things about this I don't like about it - and they are well documented. It doesn't accept memory cards and you can't replace the battery. I would have accepted a larger body to accommodate these two factors. But that's not how they decided to design it. I'm able to work with these two constraints. I just make sure it's fully charged and has nothing on the internal memory before I do any shoots. This isn't for everyone. But if you're looking for REALLY GOOD stills, this is one of the best. Don't buy it for videos (as plenty of reviewers have indicated).

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Kenneth Wozny - Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2019
Great Camera For PHOTOS
Having used the former Ricoh Theta V and Insta360 One X, this camera is by far the best for 360 PHOTOS. It IS expensive but image quality and color saturation are beautiful. I am a REALTOR and even in low light (you can control the ISO, shutter speed, apeture size, etc.) the 360 photos look great. Most of the time, I just set the camera on AUTO and take JPEG images. BUT, if you want VIDEOS as well at this time (June 2019) the Insta360 One X would be a more affordable second choice. You can take videos with the Theta Z1 but camera is best for PHOTOS. The workflow for JPEG images is as easy as you can get. The fixed memory (19GB) is enough for taking PHOTOS.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Yaron Reshef - Reviewed in the United States on June 28, 2019
You pay more your get more!
Excellent photo quality. The new sensors are making the difference. Big improvement from the Theta V. You pay more you get more!

3.0 out of 5 stars
By TheTechGuy - Reviewed in the United States on July 7, 2020
It's important to know how you will be using this camera!
As a previous short time user of the Theta V, I thought I would give this a try. I currently needed a one-shot 360 camera as an alternate for my Virtual Tour where I use much more sophisticated equipment. When you get past the hype, and perhaps read a number of reviews, you will see that everyone reviews this as the number 1 360 one-shot camera. It is not best for everything. They are always out of stock it seems but that could be that they don't stock many! This camera suffers on video, so if you purchase it for photos you should be good to go. For photos, here are a few things you should know: > It has short battery life. About 30 minutes at best when using video. > There is limited internal storage and no micro SD card > There is noise in the pictures. So if you don't blow the photo up, you may be safe. > There is Chromatic aberration. So if you are fussy and use this commercially, you may have to do some post-editing. Other than that, it's just pricey! I find trying to work the features is tedious and limited.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Aximino Books - Reviewed in the United States on October 24, 2019
Love the quality but battery not good
The quality is noticeable different than the Theta V... much better. However the battery seems to be really poor. I only get about 45 minutes of shooting before it needs to be recharged.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By C. Tilley - Reviewed in the United States on June 18, 2019
Not worth the money.
Did not live up to expectations... Too bad, I love Theta products and really with I could love this one :/

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Amy - Reviewed in the United States on December 13, 2019
Don’t do it.
Bought my camera in June. By September had to send it in for repairs as I got a scratch on the case over the lens. The Repair took over a month because they didn’t have the parts. Repair cost $420. . When I got it back the camera had bright blowout spots on every photograph. Totally unusable. I sent it back in immediately for warrantee over 60 days ago. They now say they can’t fix it and that they’re waiting for at Ricoh to approve a replacement. When I call Rich customer service to try and get an answer I get placed on hold in the call system for 30 minutes minimum each time and then speak to somebody who really just doesn’t give a rats behind whether or not she could help me I would definitely never buy a Rich 3-D camera again. I paid $1250 plus including tripod which is the wobbliest tripod you can imagine.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Luis - Reviewed in the United States on December 27, 2019
Meh
Battery life is appalling, pictures are decent. Video is bad The app and the connectivity are decent at best. This should cost 500 at most

5.0 out of 5 stars
By R. Newlin - Reviewed in the United States on August 16, 2020
LOVE the quality of the stills
I read and studied reviews of this product for months before purchasing. It was a big purchase for me (for this kind of camera). I LOVE the quality of the stills. There is just no substitute for quality large format sensors. I love the RAW support. OK - I rated it 5 stars because it's the best quality STILL 360 camera I could afford. There are a couple of things about this I don't like about it - and they are well documented. It doesn't accept memory cards and you can't replace the battery. I would have accepted a larger body to accommodate these two factors. But that's not how they decided to design it. I'm able to work with these two constraints. I just make sure it's fully charged and has nothing on the internal memory before I do any shoots. This isn't for everyone. But if you're looking for REALLY GOOD stills, this is one of the best. Don't buy it for videos (as plenty of reviewers have indicated).