It’s almost the end of the summer holidays and that means sending those little rascals back to school. It can be an expensive process getting the kids outfitted with all their stationary and school clothes, with plenty of offers around to help those finances out. Vuze, a specialist camera company that makes 360-degree, 3D devices for immersive videos and pictures has launched its own discount selection for professionals, prosumers, and students alike, knocking 20 percent off for a limited time.
Available through the official Vuze website as well as additional retailers including Amazon.co.uk and Scan, there are two Vuze cameras on offer. The original Vuze VR Camera is currently retailing for £559.20 GBP instead of £699.00. While the upgraded Vuze+ VR Camera – which features LIVE preview and LIVE broadcast – is down to £880.00 from £1,100.00.
In addition to the cameras on their own Vuze has included several of the accessories and underwater bundles in the sale. While the Vuze VR Underwater case isn’t in the sale, for those keen on underwater video the Vuze+ Camera and Underwater Housing Combo package is £2,400.00, instead of £3,750.00, with the Vuze Camera and Underwater Case kit retailing for £2,095.00 instead of £3,349.00.
All the items are on sale now until 5th September 2018, and come with free worldwide delivery.
In addition to the discount announcement Vuze has also revealed that it’s newest camera, the Vuze XR will be on public display for the first time during Photokina 2018 in Cologne, Germany, between 26th – 29th September.
Originally unveiled last month, the Vuze XR aims to offer the best of both worlds when to comes to immersive video recording for the consumer and prosumer markets. Designed to switch effortlessly from 2D 360-degree capture to 3D stereoscopic VR180, the camera features a 5.7K resolution and the ability to live stream content to social media channels through a smartphone. While a price has yet to be confirmed the Vuze XR is expected to retail around the €400 EUR mark.
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