Omnidirectional stereoscopic capture must be adapted to the different environments we are going to find. With these RIG´s it is possible to work in any type of scenario, from captures in nature to captures in confined spaces such as the interior of vehicles.
Side by Side, Two Axes, 16mm.
The main advantage of working with a two-axis system is that we can use any type of optics.
With this system we will obtain the maximum resolution and photographic quality, being able to arrive up to 30K.
This system is recommended for wide interiors.
Side by Side, Two Axes, 12mm.
Using a two-axis system, we will find the maximum performance using 12mm optics.
We will obtain a perfect overlap in Zenit and Nadir doing only two rows of capture.
It is a system that adapts correctly to different scenarios, both indoors and outdoors.
Side By Side, Single Axis, 6.5mm
It is the simplest system to build, manage and edit, but we must take into account that using optics of 6.5mm we must respect a safety distance of about two meters.
This system is recommended to work using poles.
Single Camera Single Axis, 6.5mm (Cha-Cha).
A system easy to assemble, easy to use and with the special feature of being able to work in environments of reduced dimensions.
This system is recommended for indoor capture.
Single Camera Two Axes, 12mm (Cha-Cha).
It is an advanced system that requires some experience.
Working on two axes using a single camera allows you to adapt to any type of scenario, except crowded places.
Back to Back, Single Camera, One axis.
This system has been designed to capture interiors.
Its interaxial distance is variable, so we can work in any type of room. From large lounges to small bathrooms.
I recommend this system for AirBnB, Booking, Real Estate, etc.
Side by Side, Two axes 10mm.
Variable interaxial distance, from 3.2cm to 5.6cm.
A small devil, which allows you to take pictures in restricted or forbidden places.
It mounts Carl Zeiss optics, and 12MP Sony Exmor sensors. The result reaches 12K.
No one will know what you’re doing.
Working inside cars.
Now that single-button cameras can work inside vehicles, stereography using DSLR´s brings a new product, a new point of view, to the automotive industry.