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Mirage Camera With Daydream, VR-Ready Photo And Video Camera, Integration With Youtube And Google Photos, Smartphone Compatibility, Moonlight White
The Lenovo Mirage Camera is a new type of camera that finally makes VR content creation a reality for the rest of us. Its point-and-shoot simplicity lets you capture the world exactly as you see it through your eyes. Those crisp, 3D immersive photos and videos will allow for an incredible sense of presence as you relive every moment you've ...
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Mirage Camera With Daydream, VR-Ready Photo And Video Camera, Integration With Youtube And Google Photos, Smartphone Compatibility, Moonlight White

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Release Date
May 5, 2018
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Media
Video Game
Size Mirage Camera
Size: Mirage Camera
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LENOVO
MSRP
BCD778
Description

The Lenovo Mirage Camera is a new type of camera that finally makes VR content creation a reality for the rest of us. Its point-and-shoot simplicity lets you capture the world exactly as you see it through your eyes. Those crisp, 3D immersive photos and videos will allow for an incredible sense of presence as you relive every moment you've captured, as if you've just stepped into a time machine.

  • RELIVE YOUR MEMORIES, NOW ON DEMAND: The Lenovo Mirage Camera lets you share your once-in-a-lifetime moments with friends, so they can see what you saw with the exact same lifelike clarity, and go through what you experienced, first hand. Thanks to two 13MP fisheye cameras to create depth perception, we can both live-and relive-your experiences.
  • POINT AND SHOOT: With a massive 180 x 180 degree field of capture, all you need to worry about is where to point and shoot. Its literally impossible to miss, the Mirage VR Camera captures everything your eye can see, and more.
  • HIGH QUALITY VR PHOTOS and VIDEO: Built on the Qualcomm Connected Camera Platform with the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 626 mobile processor, the Lenovo Mirage Camera features integrated, high-quality dual cameras and powerful processing for amazing image quality.
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Go for the Oculus Go
by Valued Customer on August 12, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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The Lenovo Mirage Solo is a good stand-alone VR system, but not great. My biggest issues with it were getting it to adjust comfortable so I could see well and focus my eyes well through it. I could never get it in the right position. The head mounted rigid band was good, at first, I initially liked it more than the Oculus Go's elastic, but after about 30 minutes of use the Mirage rigid band was causing a lot more discomfort.I preferred the Oculus experience in most ways. The software and navigation was better than the Android/Daydream implementation, which I was somewhat surprised by. The Go all-around feels like a more refined product, and launched at an (initially) much cheaper price point.

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Five Stars
by Valued Customer on August 06, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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More awesome than expected!

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VR180 videos are wonderful for sharing with familiy
by Valued Customer on July 29, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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VR180 videos are wonderful for sharing with familiy. I see this as the future of home movies, allowing you to save an experience of your family / friends for experiencing again in the future.

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Approach with caution
by Valued Customer on July 20, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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THE GOODGreat dynamic range3D is well doneNo stitching for the video requiredTHE BADIt uses a variable frame rate for the video. So this means that the audio and video are recorded out of sync. This is a huge problem unless you want to fix this in post production. They may fix this with a firmware update, but who knows when?The video could be sharperNo LCD screenCONCLUSIONWait until the Yi180, the Kandao Qoocam, and the Vuze 180 are released. Maybe they will be better with respect to the audio/video sync problem.

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Let the good times roll
by Valued Customer on July 19, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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My family and I were first time VRers and we were super excited to give this standalone VR headset a try. For us, it's been a real form of family entertainment. The kids like the games and videos, while the older generations like to look at panoramic or 360 degree photos that I took on my world travels. The Mirage Solo is perfect for anyone who has a mixed ecosystem. For me I have an iPhone, PlayStation 4, Windows PC and a Google account. So running a standalone VR headset is ideal. My iPhone pictures go directly to Google Photos (via the app) and sync right on to the Mirage Solo without any manual effort. Casting the viewing image to a Chromecast enables everyone in the room to see what's going on directly on the big screen TV. It's truly a great system for having a little family fun!

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Google, please support your format.. this camera is great.
by Valued Customer on July 10, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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The camera was great, though it does not have the greatest quality in dark environments. The only thing I would recommend it that google makes it easier to actually view these videos on youtube with a VR headset (clicking an oculus or vive button in browser) or on the Oculus Go. There is no indication that the videos on youtube are ""VR180"" and you can't pan around in them for desktop users like with the 360 videos. (I think you should be able to pan the video if you don't have a VR headset, at least you could pan 180 degrees)Anyway, my only complaint is with Google not keeping youtube completely up to date with this so it really has not taken off yet but is very cool to see in VR. The youtube compression is pretty terrible also which they should really do something about (but the raw camera files look great)

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This was almost a great product had they used better sensors
by Valued Customer on July 04, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Pros: It has good color and decent stabilization.Cons: The sensor , it has a small dynamic range which becomes very evident in scenes with high contrast. Also the sensor picks up a lot of noise in secens with low light, this becomes evident when you see overly aggressive smoothning and noise removal.Other notes: I don't seem to miss not having a screen, just have to be careful of not getting your fingers in the scene.

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Works fantastic I can see why there's a months' long waiting
by Valued Customer on July 03, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Works fantastic I can see why there's a months' long waiting list! My only complaint is that the battery lid is a serious pain in the tuchus to open. This thing functions flawlessly with my Oculus Go1

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Great vr headset
by Valued Customer on June 29, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Optimal tracking with the worldsense technology, very confortable, easy and free to use everywhere

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Five Stars
by Valued Customer on June 25, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Astonishing experience.

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Doesn't work as you may expect. The physical camera direction messes with the projection.
by Valued Customer on June 25, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Ok, the picture and stereo are great! The issue I have is that when you turn the camera, say, 90-degrees to the left, the viewer has to also turn 90-degrees to the left. I was hoping it instead worked like you were a passenger in a car. Whichever way the car points is 'in front' of you, but you can look up down and to the sides. But facing forward always points in the direction of the car (camera.). That isn't what happens here. If the camera points to the left, you have to physically turn to the left. I mean you can keep looking forward, but since it's hemispherical, half of your view may suddenly start to black out like a crescent moon.This really stinks because I wanted to take it on a rollercoaster, but it's impossible to do with this as when the coaster turns, you have to turn. There really should be an option that says 'Your head's 'forward' direction matches the camera's forward direction, but you can still 'look around'. Kinda makes this thing useless.

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Inorout
by Valued Customer on June 16, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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It's a solid purchase on its own. Simple uncomplicated comfortable solid graphics and didn't cost 2k just for googles

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