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Ricoh 理光 Theta S 数码相机(黑色)
- 全高清视频30 fps
Theta S 360度球面全景数码相机(黑)给你更高的质量和性能。自去年推出图像输入设备,理光θ打开了一个新的世界成像的可能性。用户可以射击游戏随时改变新的球面图像,获取超过他们的想象。以回应民众的需求,新模型支持wi - fi转移,几乎是以前的两倍模型以及球面视频捕捉,所有相同的小、重量轻而且款便携式设计。视频图像转换处理后可以在电脑上进行射击,让用户享受到3分钟* 2球的视频,会让他们觉得他们在这里。用户还可以选择四个身体颜色,提供一个更有趣和有吸引力的工具每天随身携带。
使用Ricoh Theta S，体验一个新的视觉世界。一键触碰，创建前所未见的球面图像和视频；Theta S 保留了前线产品的广泛兼容性，同时可以为你提供14万像素的优质球面图像和长达25分钟的视频录影。它还在低光拍摄做出改进，新设计的f/2.0 镜头，手动模式拍摄，高达60秒的快门设置，高达8GB的内置存储，以及现场查看和直播功能。探索360度的图像和视频，探索未来的数码摄影。
- 新型扩大传感器- 1200万像素
配备了一个较大的（1/2.3英寸）图像传感器，享受约14万像素的高品质球面图像。Theta S 拥有适配新传感器的新镜头，提供比以前的型号更清晰的图像。
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From a usability standpoint, this camera has been flawless and easy to set up and configure. It gets 5 stars for that.
The body also "feels" sturdy. It doesn't feel cheaply made in the least. Another 5 stars.
Ok now the not so good.
First, you really need a smartphone (Android, iPhone only) to set things like ISO, exposure, etc... You can get by without one for just point and click but there are no settings on the camera itself.
The real downside of this camera is the quality of the video and to some degree the stills as well.
Videos can be poor (as in terrible) in normal lighting conditions. Even inside an office with phosphorescent lighting produces bad looking videos. Lots of noise and focus is always always always a bit blurry. Things are much better in sunlight for video and is much more acceptable for usage outside. Technically it is HD but when you take an HD video and wrap it around a 360 sphere it looks less and less HD and even worse than SD.
In terms of noise reduction, photos are better than video and you have options for noise reduction, shutter priority, and ISO settings (no aperture priority).
Objects at more than 5ft are quite blurry so taking a 360 pano of a medium sized room doesn't look so good. A picture of people sitting in a room is 'ok' but won't look as good as same priced camera with images stitched together. My Samsung S6 can produce much much better looking images with 360 pano software (though I still have to pan the room).
For close up objects (such as objects/food on a table near the camera), the focus is quite good (as in great). I can see a "foodie" liking this camera just to take a snapshot of their meals.
So for video, it works best in sunlight. Inside looks bad. For stills, the closer an object is the better.
My first experience with 360 photos was an old mirror attachment (SurroundPhoto) that connected to a normal camera. You would shoot images with the camera pointing up, and software would convert the round image in to a panorama. Those images had limited up/down viewing (they could not look directly up or down at all), and the setup was fragile and bulky.
When I learned of the Giroptic 360cam Kickstarter back in 2014, I signed up. They did not even come close to making their original delivery date of November 2014 -- I received my unit in summer of 2016! During the time I was waiting, I found out about the Ricoh Theta m15 (the second model). I bought one, and thought it was great, but the image quality was not great, and it did not have good low-light capability.
When the Theta S was announced, I sold my m15 and went to order the new model. Unfortunately, it was back ordered for months (I should have checked that before selling my m15). While I was waiting, my 360cam finally arrived. The Theta has spoiled me with how fast it was, and how convienient (it easily fits in a pocket). The 360cam was bulky and had such a large base, you could not look directly down (it would put a circular graphic at the bottom of the image). It was also painfully slow -- taking almost a minute just to turn on, and nearly as long to switch from photo to video mode. After a week of using it, I sold it and used the money to buy a Theta S.
The Theta S is everything the m15 was, but better. Better pictures in daylight, and much better pictures in low light. The controls are improved -- you can toggle between video and photo mode with a dedicated button (the earlier models required you to hold down a button while powering up). The power, WiFi and mode buttons are very simple. The only thing you need to remember is how to enable the new self-timer mode (that requires holding down WiFi while powering up).
The camera can be customized (self timer duration, etc.) using a mobile app. I have used the iOS app on my iPad and an old iPhone. The Theta can act like a WiFi base, and you connect your phone to it then run the app. You can trigger the camera via the phone, or toggle modes and adjust settings. You can also get a live preview of what the camera is seeing - very useful.
I was able to take about 350 pictures once day, and a short video (a few minutes lone) on a single batter charge. The next day, I took 100-200 more photos, and a 10+ minute video, and still have plenty of battery left. And, I never had to download to free up memory. The internal memory is more than enough for tons of photos.
I expect doing nothing but video shooting and using WiFi would fill up memory and run down batteries much faster ;-)
The only negative I have seen is an annoying red spot that appears in images taken in sunlight. From reading posts online, this is a defect of how the lenses work -- though I never noticed this with the m15. The spot is in different locations, too, so unless you use the video preview on a phone, I don't know if you can do anything to control where it will be when taking a photo in bright light.
Overall, I love this device. It's super easy to use, and you can share photos to Facebook and they play back in 360. You can also upload to the Theta website (public searchable, or unlisted to only those you give the link to can see it). There are also free plug ins for websites to let visitors view these photos. I use one of them on my Wordpress blog site.
I wish Ricoh had included a belt strap on the camera case like the m15 came with. I liked being able to carry it on my belt rather than have to carry a pouch or camera bag with me.
I will update this review with more details if my opinions change after using it for a few more months.