Pro6L For Timecode Systems
360RIZE Pro6L TCS 360° Plug-n-Play Rig for GoPro HERO4
Design In Mind
The 360Rize Pro6L TCS enables 6 GoPro™ Hero 4 series cameras to be supported by Timecode Systems SyncBac PRO. The 360Rize Pro6L TCS is specifically designed for drone, vehicle and helmet mounting to create semi-spherical 360° video. It is ideal for situations when users mount a 360° rig close to an object or surface. This technology includes frame-accurate timecode, hence producing a timecode MP4 file at source. This streamlines post production workflow. Furthermore, the GoPro™ Hero 4 series camera battery life is extended by quite a bit when docked with SyncBac PRO. The newest holder supports Timecode Systems SyncBac PRO with the GoPro™ Hero 4 series cameras. Our new holder assembly secures stable content capture wirelessly. Users can sync multiple GoPro™ Hero 4 series Cameras and remotely control and monitor all cameras at once.
The Pro6L is an all-purpose solution for filming immersive virtual reality content in both indoor and outdoor environments. This design enables filmmakers to mount the system flush to a surface without creating parallax issues. For example, mounting on a vehicle hood or a bottom of a drone. For drone filmmakers, it presents itself as a perfectly balanced and centered load. The newest hinged camera arm holder secures the Timecode Systems SyncBac PRO with the GoPro™ Hero 4 series cameras. Also, featuring an anodized aluminum core for improved strength and a 3/8” mounting point, hence easy mounting solutions. Thanks to the modular nature of our v2 360 Plug-n-Play™ product line, users do not need to purchase an entirely new rig to update to the latest camera technology. Therefore, users with existing rigs only need to add these modular holders to update to this technology.
This particular model works with SyncBac PRO for GoPro™ Hero4 Silver, Hero4 Black cameras. This model now captures 240fps at 8,000 x 4,000 pixels. Furthermore,users can view footage with the industry’s leading virtual reality head mounted displays and 360 video platforms. Examples include the Oculus Rift, Samsung Gear VR, and Google Cardboard