Developed by VideoStitch, Orah 4i is the first all-in-one VR camera designed to simplify the real-time production of full spherical 360 video.

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April 6, 2016: VideoStitch announced Orah 4i, a prosumer quality 360 video camera that records and streams in 4k.

VideoStitch makes the VideoStitch Studio, a post-production 360 video stitching software, and Vahana VR, live 360 video streaming software. It’s only natural that they would have their hands in the development of hardware seemingly built for their software suite.

The Orah 4i sits between other live streaming capable products like the portable consumer quality Ricoh Theta ($350) and the high-end professional Nokia’s Ozo ($60,000). At a pre-order launch price of $1,795.00 (MSRP $3,595), high quality 360 video streaming just got a little more affordable.

Check out the specs here.

Orah promises sample footage sometime next week. Until then we have their promo video below.


Orah 4i: 360 Video Camera, 4k Live Steaming
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