Multi Camera Array

Multi Camera Array

Extreme high-resolution images can be recorded synchronously in one shot with this mechanical apparatus.
Three cameras are accordingly optically aligned almost free of parallax via a
mirror system. The individual images all overlap in a designated soft-edge
area. The final high-resolution picture is composed in post-production. More viewing angles can be optionally included, up to a full 360°-panorama, for example for 6 RED camera systems.

Key features:

  • synchronous recording of the entire viewing angle
  • maximum recording-resolution
  • portable for recording on-site
  • optional live preview

(All Specs are preliminary and may change)

Dimensions 510 x 678 x 417 mm
Weight 27 kg
Installation options 3 Cameras in portrait mode
Compatibility EPIC Red Dragon Camera (portrait mode)
Lens Canon EF 50 mm
Gross resolution (3x 3‚160) by 6‚144
Gross FOV (3x 17.5°) by 33.35°
Option live preview Live Stitching based on FullHD 3x 3G SDI
OS Windows 8‚ 64 bit with external multi 3G SDI capture card

Note: net resolution and FOV are defined by a minimal but necessary overlap

(All Specs are preliminary and may change)

Dimensions 290 x 532 x 417 mm
Weight 22 kg
Installation options 3 Cameras in land-scape mode
Compatibility EPIC Red Dragon Camera (landscape mode)
Lens Canon EF 24 mm
Gross resolution (3x 6‚144) by 3‚160
Gross FOV (3x 64.79°) by 33.35°
Option live preview Live Stitching based on FullHD 3x 3G SDI
OS Windows 8‚ 64 bit with external multi 3G SDI capture card

Note: net resolution and FOV are defined by a minimal but necessary overlap

(All Specs are preliminary and may change)

Dimensions 517 x 573 x 417 mm
Weight 40.5 kg
Installation options 6 Cameras in landscape mode
Compatibility EPIC Red Dragon Camera (landscape mode)
Lens Canon EF 24 mm
Gross resolution (6x 6‚144) by 3‚160
Gross FOV (6x 64.79°) by 33.35°
Option live preview Live Stitching based on FullHD 3x 3G SDI
OS Windows 8‚ 64 bit with external multi 3G SDI capture card

Note: net resolution and FOV are defined by a minimal but necessary overlap