Destiny wrote:Saying that... I feel that the Freedom360 Rig is just soo expensive... I guess one reason is that there are 6 cameras.. Its a great idea.. but a very limited market...
Destiny wrote:I was kind of confused..
The Freedom360 Mount is a company nothing to do with the Hero cameras. Is this right. The cameras are made by GoPro..
Destiny wrote:I have seen the results of an arial pano captured using a single Hero camera.. The pano results were excellent.. It was suggested that the Phantom Quadcopter fitted with a GoPro mount and Hero camera were used...
http://www.camerastore.com.au/video-cam ... mount.html
Destiny wrote:To be honest I do not like the blue rubber type of housing..
Destiny wrote:The way I see it.. The concept is great, however its the cost of this hardware which will open the door to others creating a more affordable rig in time... Perhaps it might be an all in one 6 lens Hero camera..
Destiny wrote:However, the Freedom360 Black Mount looks awesome, but at $500 its very expensive...
Then each Hero camera cost $430 each, X 6 = $2,580.... Thats a basic setup cost of over $3,000... Then there is the Kolor software costing between $300-$600 depending on which version.. The sales of the avp and agp are totally reliant on the sales of this hardware.... Perhaps I have totally underestimated the cost since here at the Kolor shop the hardware is 2660 Euro which equates to $3,764 Aus.. + software.. eeeks..!!.... The issue I see, most users of Pano software are hobbyist.. I would love a Freedome360 with a set of 6 Hero cameras but.. as a hobbyist it's not justified in me buying it.. As for professionals.... the market I would suggest would be very limited.
I have heaps of ideas I would love to test out using this rig.. but my ideas and actually having the opportunity to implement them are so far removed due to the cost of it all.. I guess its all aimed at the professional market.
Destiny wrote:In my opinion, creating a technology aimed at the pro user is a mistake..
Joergen Geerds wrote:. . and it is up to all of us to create a market for 360 video, very similar as the emerging market of VR panoramas 10 years ago.
Artisan New wrote:Klaus your 100% right about this one.
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