VR camera with real time stitching

Esenbek

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Hey guys,

SO I'm starting a small business, I'll be capturing weddings, events etc in VR. I need a camera and proper setup for this idea, but I don't know where to start
Basically I need a camera that can record 4k-8k video and stitch it at the same time and send all the video to my PC via long cable where I can stream it or save for later editing.
Camera should last a whole day/night.

Any ideas? My budget is around $15k-$20k


Looking into some GoPro setups, they all use SD cards and batteries last only about 3-4 hours of non stop footage and there is no way to send all STITCHED videos to my pc in real time ....


 

Geekwad

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Sep 25, 2015
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For record/stitch/stream all in real time, I think you many need a bit more budget (at least right now). Prices are falling, and new tech is quickly entering the scene, but at least right now this is the 'affordable' option.....and still doesn't have everything you're looking for:

https://ozo.nokia.com/ozo_en/get-ozo

I don't know of anything else right now that is capable of most of what you've set out.....without getting into six figures or more.

You may want to look at this though:

http://vuze.camera/product/

I could see it being sufficient to get the business off the ground (or at least get an income stream started on your way to a Ozo or Jaunt setup). Several of those at a wedding would be a pretty amazing package to sell. Put one or two on a (remote) robotic/moving platform and I could have a lot of fun with that at a wedding :)
 

Geekwad

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Sep 25, 2015
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For record/stitch/stream all in real time, I think you many need a bit more budget (at least right now). Prices are falling, and new tech is quickly entering the scene, but at least right now this is the 'affordable' option.....and still doesn't have everything you're looking for:

https://ozo.nokia.com/ozo_en/get-ozo

I don't know of anything else right now that is capable of most of what you've set out.....without getting into six figures or more.

You may want to look at this though:

http://vuze.camera/product/

I could see it being sufficient to get the business off the ground (or at least get an income stream started on your way to a Ozo or Jaunt setup). Several of those at a wedding would be a pretty amazing package to sell. Put one or two on a (remote) robotic/moving platform and I could have a lot of fun with that at a wedding :)
 

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