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360CUPIXRicoh Theta VVersus

Ricoh Theta V Versus Ricoh Theta SC for CUPIX7514

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Aside from the storage space, video capture time, and streaming ability, has anyone noticed a difference in the images when uploading panos to Cupix?

The camera specs are IDENTICAL so I wouldn't think there would be any difference in the image.

I am currently an MSP that has fallen in love with the 360° tour world after 20 years of graphic design and I am interested in getting started with other cameras and formats and am trying to keep my R&D costs down.

Thank you!
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I second your question! I have a Ricoh Theta S that I've had for about 2 years, and I don't see the differences in the specs with the Theta V. Can anyone enlighten me/us?
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Hiya,

This may help - we did a comparison last year.

https://my360propertyvirtualtours.com/theta-sc-and-theta-v-360-image-comparison/
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Chemistrydoc private msg quote post Address this user
Thanks @LeeCollins - very helpful.
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WalterE private msg quote post Address this user
Thank you @LeeCollins...funny, I actually came across your website and that very article last night. It is very much a matter of taste as you said, and I actually prefer the SC in those instances. Thanks for sharing. Today is my first day on the forum anbd it is good to have good, professional responses.

Cheers!
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LeeCollins private msg quote post Address this user
@chem@Chemistrydoc @WalterE Pleasure glad it helped
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@WalterE one other thing to note when it comes to Cupix - the SC produce a .jpg file of around 4mb while the Theta V produces a compressed file no loss of quality at just over 2mb
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UPDATE: I got the SC yesterday and shipped it back today!! I had a VERY hard time syncing the camera to the app. It was REALLY buggy. I have read reports of the app being really buggy to the SC since the updates came in for the V. I was also not that impressed with the image quality. I won't be using this on professional shoots, It is just a tester before I drop $2000 on a Nikon D610 & Sigma 8mm. As a new startup I really need to keep costs down and I want to field test everything!! So the Theta V it is...You were right again @dansmigrod !
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