360 Bonsai Excalibur with (4) Sony a7S II cameras and (4) Samyang 7.5mm lenses

Overview

And excellent Virtual Reality system for low light and wide latitude situations.

  • Daily Rate: $1,400
  • Weekly Rate: $4,200
  • Monthly Rate: $14,000

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Overview

The Gigapan supports cameras up to 10 lbs and can trigger most Canon or Nikon DSLRs. The user interface is very intuitive; plug in your field of view and set the corners of your panorama (or shoot 360) and the Gigapan does the rest. It will tell you the number of photos necessary for the stitch and the amount of time the capture will take. If you need help with your post workflow let us know and we'd be happy to help.

  • Daily Rate: $75
  • Weekly Rate: $225
  • Monthly Rate: $750

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