Lucid LucidCam Stereoscopic 3D Point and Shoot Camera

Lucid LucidCam Stereoscopic 3D Point and Shoot Camera

Lucid LucidCam Stereoscopic 3D Point and Shoot Camera

B&H # LUCVR3D MFR # LUCVR3D
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Product Highlights

  • Dual 1.39mm Fixed Focal Length Lenses
  • 180 x 180° Field of View
  • 4K Photo Resolution
  • 2K Video Output at 48 Frames Per Second
  • 32GB Internal Memory, Supports microSDHC
  • One-Button Control
  • Image Stabilization
  • Dual Mics for Stereo Audio
  • Wi-Fi Connectivity for Live Streaming
  • Downloadable iOS/Android Apps
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Slim and small enough to fit in your pocket, the Lucid Stereoscopic 3D Point and Shoot Camera incorporates dual 1.9mm fixed focal length lenses that enable creating 3D stills at 4K resolution or video in 2K. A microSDHC slot supports up to 32GB of storage, and when that is filled the camera will record to 32GB of internal memory for downloading later. The camera features a single button that enables control of still and video capture as well as the camera's settings.

Built-in image stabilization helps keep your hand held videos from becoming jarring and making your viewers uncomfortable. Dual mics provide stereo audio, further enhancing the 3D feel of the video. You can connect to a live streaming service via the built-in Wi-Fi connectivity. You can view your footage on your iOS or Android device by downloading compatible apps, and you can view in VR with the Lucid app and Google cardboard.

You can capture either stereoscopic stills or video.
View your footage in VR with Google cardboard or using VR headsets such as the Oculus Rift.
The camera integrates a microSDHC card slot that supports media cards up to 32GB. Swap out cards when one is full, or continue to record and capture to the 32GB of internal memory.
UPC: 815205023118
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Lucid LucidCam Stereoscopic 3D Point and Shoot Camera
  • USB to Micro-USB Cable
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Storage Internal: 32 GB
    RAM: 4 GB
    Media Card Slots 1 x microSD (32 GB max)
    Battery Voltage: 3.7 VDC
    Capacity: 2100 mAh
    Runtime: 1.5 hours/charge (approximately)
    Ports and Connectors 1 x micro-USB
    1 x HDMI
    Dimensions 5.2 x 2.6 x 1" / 131 x 67.3 x 25 mm
    Weight 8 oz / 225 g
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    Package Weight 0.75 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.2 x 5.0 x 1.8"
    LucidCam Stereoscopic 3D Point and Shoot Camera is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 4.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Video so inconstant it isn't worthwhile I bought this camera, hoping it was a nice bridge to try 180 VR content.� WRONG.� The frame rate of it bounces inexplicably between 29 fps and 10 fps without any adjust of the settings.� Don't plan on anything you record, to actually be recorded from clip to clips.� Have tried a number of tests and all are garbage.� You will never know what you go until the clip is finished, and in many cases it will records just a few seconds of action and be frozen for the rest of the 10 min +/- clip.� Do yourself a favor and learn from my mistake.� Purchase something more expensive and reliable.
    Date published: 2018-02-13
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from still buggy and mediocre image I will say up front - camera feels good in the hand and support from the company was pretty good. I really wanted to like this camera more but... �� The image is just okay. It's not really useable on a pro level. consumer, I think it will just be a gimmick. �The 64GB micro SD card that B&H lists as an accessory will NOT work. This maxes at 32GB. Fair warning.� If you record to the internal memory, the only way of getting the image off the camera (on a Mac) is via wireless. The USB didn't get seen. (it should just mount as a drive). If the battery is below 29%, the camera won't turn on. You can fool it by plugging it in and then turning it on and unplugging it but - theres a bug there somewhere.� for an OSX user, when I got the camera, there was not real support. The camera records SBS video (side by side) and if you want to see it on youtube, it has to be top/bottom. Good luck figuring out those parameters in After Effects if you're on a Mac. I think a lot of these issues (except for image quality) will be fixed with firmware, but for now - it's a consumer novelty.
    Date published: 2018-01-27
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not ready for prime time I purchased this thing and returned it the day it arrived. Video quality is terrible when viewed on an HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. They claim 4K in each eye but videos appear extremely pixelated and playback choppy. The device is also very cumbersome to use since it doesn't support MicroSD cards (though there is a slot for it). Overall, not impressed even as an early adopter.
    Date published: 2018-01-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from great great
    Date published: 2017-10-02
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