May 18, 2022

Canon unveils the first VR video production system, which will be available by the end of December

New Delhi: In a bid to expand its product portfolio, the multinational Canon on Wednesday launched the EOS VR system, a new virtual reality (VR) video production system, in the Indian market. The system includes a dedicated lens as well as the two computer software applications. The new model will be available in the Indian market from the end of December at a price of Rs 1,79,995.Also Read – Karnataka Photographer Builds House Shaped Like ‘Click’ Camera, Names His Sons ‘Canon, Epson and Nikon’

In a statement, the company said: “With growing market demand for virtual reality, Canon is leveraging its optical technologies nurtured by the development and production of the EOS Interchangeable Lens Camera System, to establish a new virtual reality video production system that produces high quality images. alongside an efficient production workflow. Also Read – January 14 Amazon App Daily Quiz Contest: Answer Five Questions of the Day to Win a Canon M200 Mirrorless Camera

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The new EOS VR system consists of mirrorless cameras, a dedicated lens and computer software. Users can capture VR video by attaching the dedicated lens to the camera, then use the computer software to convert the resulting image files into a standard VR file format, which facilitates the post-production process. The multinational Canon specializes in the manufacture of optical, imaging and industrial products.

The new RF5.2mm f/2.8L Dual Fisheye Lens is a dedicated RF lens equipped with two fisheye lenses, which seeks to produce a parallax effect that can be used to create 180-degree 3D VR images. When attached to the EOS R5 mirrorless camera, the lens allows users to harness the camera’s 8K3 recording capabilities to produce ultra high definition.

With the new updated technologies, the Canon company hopes to meet the varied needs of various users, whether they are VR image creators, production houses or new users who are just starting their video production journey. VR.

(With contributions from IANS)