Friday, November 6, 2015


We recently reviewed the first Theta m15 camera by Ricoh. It's a dual lens camera (dual 180 degree lenses), is shaped like a stick and it helps you capture a spherical panorama with ease. In the review, we said that “it's a hoot on special occasions -especially when there's lots of people around. Looking back at the photos, you'll see things you didn't notice at the time.“ All this holds true of this upgraded model and it addresses all the key concerns: low resolution, choppy video and the lack of a dedicated button to switch between photo & video modes.
The new S model captures stills at a resolution of 5376 x 2688 pixels (as opposed to 3854 x 1792 pixels) and 1080p video at 30fps (vs 15fps). In addition, storage has been bumped up to 8GB (from 4GB) and video clip length is 25 minutes (up from 5 minutes).

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