360RIZE Pro6L Bullet360

360RIZE Pro6L Bullet360

360RIZE Pro6L Bullet360

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Product Highlights

  • 6-Camera Rig for Drones/Vehicles/Helmets
  • Supports GoPro HERO4/HERO3+ Black/Silver
  • 5 Cameras on Horizon, 1 on Top
  • Produce Semi-Spherical 360°: Video
  • Bullet360 Sync Technology
  • Remote On/Off, Start/Stop, Audio Sync
  • +/- 5 Frame Sync When Set to 120 fps
  • Achieve up to 8000 x 4000 in Stitching
  • Powered from Camera Batteries
  • USB/HDMI Access for Streaming/Ext. Power
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360RIZE H3Pro6N overview

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The Pro6L Bullet360 from 360RIZE is designed specifically for mounting on drones, vehicles, and helmets to produce semi-spherical 360° video. It supports six GoPro HERO4/HERO3+ cameras—five on the horizon and one on top — and offers a mounting point on the bottom.

The five on the horizon attach in portrait orientation and are angled downward to increase frame overlap and reduce the size of the nadir (blind spot on the bottom—or top, if you're rigging upside down. The rig achieves semi-spherical, dome-shaped coverage with a 60° nadir. In stitching, you can create up to an 8000 x 4000 resolution image.

The Pro6L features the Bullet360 syncing function, which allows you to simultaneously trigger start/stop recording and power on/off for all six cameras using an included wired remote control. Additionally, an audio clicker is included for achieving sound sync. With recording set to 120 fps, the Pro6L achieves sync within +/- 5 frames, allowing for a close frame sync in the stitching process, and minimizing the challenge of achieving such sync. The Pro6L supports the GoPro HERO4 Black/Silver and HERO3+ Black/Silver cameras, and these can be mixed and matched—with sync— as long as the recording resolutions and frame rates are set to be the same.

The Pro6L mounts flush to surfaces without creating parallax issues. When attached to a drone, it attaches centered and balanced. Thanks to hinged camera arms, camera installation and removal are simple and quick, and cameras connect plug-and-play. The rig requires no power cables and instead uses a minimal amount of power from each camera battery. However, it also leaves full access to the cameras' HDMI and USB ports in case you want to connect an external power source and go beyond the available battery capacity. Access to these ports also allows you to use the cameras for live streaming.

The rig has a 3/8"-16 threaded mounting hole, and comes with a 3/8"-16 to 1/4"-20 adapter. It has a robust design, featuring an anodized aluminum core and high-strength camera holders. With cameras inserted, it weighs only 1.27 lb.

Key Features
  • Designed for mounting on drones, vehicles, and helmets
  • Supports six GoPro HERO4/HERO3+ Black/Silver cameras—five on the horizon, one on top
  • Produces semi-spherical, dome-shaped 360° video, with a 60° nadir
  • Create up to an 8000 x 4000 resolution image in stitching
  • Bullet360 syncing function—simultaneous power on/off, record start/stop, audio sync
  • +/- 5 frame sync when set to 120 fps
  • Hinged camera arms—easy camera installation/removal
  • Powered from camera batteries
  • Open access to USB and HDMI ports allows for external power and live streaming
  • 3/8"-16 threaded mounting hole
  • 1/4"-20 adapter included
In the Box
360RIZE Pro6L Bullet360
  • Wired Remote Control
  • Audio Sync Clicker
  • Screwdriver/Camera Removal Tool
  • 3/8"-16 to 1/4"-20 Adapter
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    360RIZE H3Pro6N specs

    Supported Cameras GoPro HERO4 Black, HERO4 Silver, HERO3+ Black, HERO3+ Silver
    Material of Construction Anodized aluminum core
    Mount Types 3/8"-16 threaded mounting hole (3/8"-16 to 1/4"-20 adapter included)
    Weight With Cameras: 1.27 lb (578 g)
    Without Cameras: 4.4 oz (126 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.7 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.3 x 8.1 x 5.2"

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