|Overall rating 3.9 / 5|
4K VR cameras are becoming more popular and more popular every year. Also, more and more models and different designs appear.
A special model of the camera is the VUZE 3D 360-degree 4K VR camera, it has a decisive advantage over other cameras, which it records with 8 independently working cameras. They are built around the model.
Each of these individual cameras captures excellent Full HD images, which are then combined into 4K 360-degree video.
The price for this model is a bit high, but you get a VR camera with a unique camera design.
With 8 separate cameras, the overall 360-degree VR image as a whole has a significantly higher quality than other VR cameras.
Design and appearance
In terms of appearance, the camera looks very unusual, due to 8 separate cameras, the VR Cam has a square design.
In addition, it has 4 sound recording sensors, that is, microphones, and this is not at all that bad. Even a light breeze does not cause unpleasant noise. However, the soundtracks sound a bit metallic, but that’s okay for action cameras and VR camcorders, the sound is decent compared to other models.
The model weighs only 499 grams and has the following dimensions: 25 x 20 x 7 cm.
The controls and controls are very simple and intuitive. However, we strongly recommend that you read the operating instructions in advance.
Pros and cons
- Ease of use – the program is quite easy to use
- An even more realistic VR (3D effect) experience for the viewer with 8 single-image cameras
- The Vuze camera can be controlled via Wi-Fi from a smartphone, but the app is not fully developed yet.
- Very good picture quality
- The company continues to work on the model – at some point it will become ideally mature.
- Increased susceptibility to stitching errors – possible distortion
- Unfortunately, the app for this 360-degree camera is still in beta testing.
- High price
It is theoretically possible that the camera causes more stitching errors because the model has 8 separate cameras and therefore more individual images have to be offset relative to each other, and theoretically a higher error rate is possible compared to other models, but in practice the recordings are quite normal. … Here everyone has to decide for themselves whether to buy a classic VR camera with 2 wide-angle lenses or a VR camera with 8 separate cameras. Many users report that the model is not fully developed yet.
The manufacturer did manage to develop a cool 360-degree camera with a stereotypical 3D effect, and we really respect that. 8 lenses provide significantly greater depth, and the virtual reality experience is even more realistic.
Overall, this system also has many advantages, even though theoretically there could be more overlap errors.
But you can get your own image of customer reports, current prices, and other VR headsets here on Amazon! *