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pjeffery private msg quote post Address this user
It seems as though the folks at NCTech are both delayed and tight-lipped about their upcoming iris360 Pro (upgraded iris360 follow-up camera). I've attempted gaining info from their email and their Facebook chat. I did receive a response, just no answers. There was talk about a likely release to have taken place now several months ago. Finally there was notice from a rep at NCTech that the release (or a firm release date announcement) would take place sometime this month (January 2018)... though no exact date was ever provided. Does anyone know anything? I intend to possibly purchase this camera, given the high resolution, and editable views, etc. Any details will be appreciated from NCTech or anyone who has any idea what's going on with the iris360 pro release date.
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Considering the Iris360 was only on the market for 8 months before being pulled, they seem to not want to make the same mistakes they made with the introduction of that camera.

The market has changed a bit regarding one-click cameras, so maybe they will have a product released this time that isn’t wholly panned by the professional community.
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I believe the same as @TrustedPhotoDC says, I think the focus is on the LASiris unit which is where their focus is on, a 3d laser scanner. There is not enough interest in the pro version Iris360 at 2900 cost.
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I also believe their current focus is on the LASiris and related services.
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