On February 5, Ricoh Imaging announced the RICOH THETA SC2 for Business, a 360-degree camera that can shoot 360-degree still images and videos with one shot. The key points are the installation of the HDR shooting preset “Room”, which is ideal for shooting indoors or in a car, and the addition of a self-timer function that takes a time difference between the front lens and the rear lens. It will be released from the middle of March. Price is open.
This is a business model of the entry model "RICOH THETA SC2" of the THETA series, and adopted a light gray body color. Equipped with the HDR shooting preset "Room", which is ideal for shooting indoors or inside a car, the specifications are suitable for use in the real estate business, which often shoots indoors, and the car dealership, which often shoots inside a car. A self-timer function has been added to shoot with a time difference between the front lens and the rear lens.
The optical system is a large-diameter small twin-lens bending type, equipped with two F2.0 lenses. The image sensor is a 1 / 2.3-inch effective 12 million pixels [× 2] and can shoot 360 ° spherical video at 3,840 × 1,920 dots / 30 fps. The spherical image is equivalent to about 14 million pixels. The exposure accuracy and white balance algorithms have been renewed from the previous model, and the depiction during auto shooting has become more natural.
Built-in about 14GB memory. Battery life is about 60 minutes for movie shooting and 260 for still picture shooting. The body size is W45.2 x D22.9 x H130.6mm, and weighs about 104g.