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(There's a tripod mount on the bottom and the camera can stand on its own as well.) You get a live preview for photos, but not for video.You can, however, connect the camera to a computer via USB or an HDMI input or to an HDMI capture device to view a live stream from the lenses.For the S, it has twin f2.0 lenses with folded optics allowing for a longer optical path while keeping the body small and still making room for its two 12-megapixel, 1/2.3-inch image sensors that combine to output 14-megapixel spherical images (5,376x2,688-pixel resolution equirectangular JPEGs).It can also record spherical video with stereo sound in full HD at 30 frames per second for up to 25 minutes.You connect to the camera with an i OS or Android device just as you would any wireless network and then use the Theta S app to control the camera, change settings and view and transfer photos and video to your phone or tablet.Using your phone to control the camera makes it so you can duck out of the picture if you don't want to be in it.Taking a photo or shooting a quick video clip couldn't be simpler: Turn the camera on with a button on the side and press the shutter release.
And, because the shutter release is directly below one of the lenses, your thumb and the rest of your hand will appear much larger than it should be.
Unless you're really into cameras, it's probably a surprise that Japanese electronics manufacturer Ricoh -- a company best known for its copiers, printers and other office equipment -- was the first to launch a consumer point-and-shoot camera for spherical images, the Ricoh Theta.