Changing the Real Estate Game with the Matterport MC250 Pro2 Professional 3D Camera

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Real estate agents, developers, architects, and contractors take notice: Matterport's MC250 Pro2 Professional 3D Camera is now at B&H, and it gives you a simple and straightforward means to create highly detailed and accurate virtual 3D models (or "digital twins") of spaces ranging from simple residential homes to large apartment buildings and commercial spaces. Once the model has been created, it can be used to provide a virtual walk-through of the space or to generate dimensionally accurate floor plans and schematics with the push of a button, adding value to your listings and floor plans. The digital twin 3D model is so accurate that it enables remote collaboration for planning and design.

Matterport MC250 Pro2 Professional 3D Camera
Matterport MC250 Pro2 Professional 3D Camera

Simple to set up and easy to use, the Pro2 camera completes a full 360-degree scan in less than 20 seconds and then transmits the data to your iPad or iPhone. Move the camera line-of-site between 5 and 8' to the next position and continue to map the interior space. Remember to stand out of the shot when capturing, and don't close or open any doors or move or remove any items between captures: This is all that is involved. No entering coordinates or taking measurements—the camera and software handle all that for you. The app allows you to stitch the images together, and you can send all the images to Matterport to create the digital twin of your building. The Pro2 is so fast and easy to use that you can scan a 2,000-square-foot space in about 70 minutes.

In addition to the virtual 3D model and floor plans, you can also generate print-quality photos with 4K resolution and import available OBJ and XYZ files of your scans into 3rd party programs for easy and productive collaboration and customization.

Click on the link for more information on the Matterport MC250 Pro2, and for all your photo, video, and audio needs, visit the B&H Photo Website.

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