With the launch of the Lenovo Mirage standalone VR headset, the company decided a dual-lens VR camera would complement it nicely. Now users can easily create VR content from stills to video with the wide-angle, dual-lens VR camera.
This user-friendly VR camera can shoot live video in 180 degrees.
Field of view: 180 degrees
Sensors: Dual 13mp sensors
Processor: Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 626 Platform APQ8053 Processor (2.20GHz)
Photo resolution: 6032 x 3016 (3016 x 3016 per eye)
Video resolution: 3840 x 2160 30fps (1920 x 2160 per eye)
Live streaming resolution: Up to 3840 x 2160
Audio: two microphones one speaker
Memory: 2GB RAM, 16GB ROM with 10GB available for storage and Micro SD slot for up to 128GB
Stabilization: 6-axis stabilization
Battery: 2200 mAh Li-ion polymer, removable (2 pcs included)
Battery life: Up to 2 hours
Dimensions 55 mm x 105 mm x 22 mm
Weight: 139 grams
The camera is super easy to use. You can shoot 180-degree video from the dual 13-magapixel cameras in 4K 1440p or 1080p or use the Google VR180 format.
Direct integration with YouTube
Choice of live streaming, video or still mode.
Easy syncing to headset or other devices
Compact and lightweight, it is easy to carry around
Portable and compact
Features will not appeal to many users
No back screen for viewing
The combination of great 180-degree VR results from a user-friendly camera is the main appeal of the Mirage. It is compact, easy to use and produces quality VR images and footage.