The YI HALO’s innovative geometry was designed with stitching in mind. It can produce high quality stitches and deliver high quality stereo VR content up to 8K x 8K using compatible software such as Mistika.
Advanced image quality settings such as ISO, WB, EV, shutter and flat color are supported in YI HALO to empower filmmakers to capture the most spectacular moments accurately.
All of the advanced features of the YI HALO consume just 50 Watts of power. The included rechargeable battery lasts over 100 minutes during continuous shooting and can be swapped with a spare. The included AC Adapter can power the YI HALO and also charge the battery at the same time. The YI HALO supports external batteries.
– Yi Halo + accessories
– one onboard battery + power supply
– two sets of 64GB SD cards (records up to 2H20 each)
– Manfrotto tripod with ball head and quick release plate.
– 2 anton bauer batteries + charger + shark fin hot swap to power the camera externally ($70/day)
– Live monitoring system ($500/day)
The Technica 3D Quasar mounts full-sized and equipped digital cinematography cameras such as RED, PHANTOM and ARRI cameras.
The Quasar 3D rigs have been quickly adopted by both feature film producers and live sports and entertainment venue productions because of the precision control the rigs afford the stereographer, ease of configuration, and the rigs’ ability to shoot in either the side-by-side or beamsplitter mode. The Quasar can be completely set up in under 30 minutes, and converted from side-by-side to beamsplitter mode in less than 10 minutes.
It’s a great tool not only for 3D but also for VFX, HDR and other specialty shots such as the moon scene in “Ad Astra”.