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Z CAM & ASSIMILATE Announce Second VR Integrated Workflow with New Ultimate S1 Pro VR Camera & SCRATCH VR Z Post Tools
Bringing ultimate VR camera and post-production tool performance to VR content creators, Z CAM and Assimilate(r) are offering their second VR integrated workflow bundle with the Z CAM S1 Pro VR camera and the Assimilate Scratch VR Z post-production tools. Following on the heals of the award-winning S1 Professional VR Camera that delivers impressive image quality, the new Z CAM S1 Pro offers an even higher level of image quality that includes superior handling of low lights and dynamic range with detailed, well saturated, noise-free video. Combined with Z CAM's WonderStitch optical-flow stitch feature and the end-to-end Scratch(r) VR Z tools, content creators in any market now have a hassle-free, streamlined workflow for creating the ultimate, professional VR experiences at incomparable price/performance value. Read More

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