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NCTech iris360 pro

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The brand new iris360 pro from NCTech released at #AU2016
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overlooked product launch, but heard good things about this. Especially regarding resolution of imagery.

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92 mega pixel resolution... looking at the size of it on the tripop I guess it has bigger sensors inside. So this is better and cheaper than an iStar? The only thing that I see no mention of is ColourCloud.

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I wonder if this Iris will be compatible with Cyclone / Scan data or is it just a better version of the older street view only device?

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Good morning,
there is news about the product irispro360?
you can see some examples? and above it will be compatible with colorcloud to color the clouds of other scanner manufacturers as a beacon, leica, zf?
replace istar or not?
some news?

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there is news about the product irispro360?
Yes. Full details here: https://www.nctechimaging.com/iris360-pro/
you can see some examples?
We will be posting examples very soon.
will be compatible with colorcloud to color the clouds of other scanner manufacturers as a beacon, leica, zf?
Yes.
replace istar or not?
Not.

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Badders wrote:
there is news about the product irispro360?
Yes. Full details here: https://www.nctechimaging.com/iris360-pro/
you can see some examples?
We will be posting examples very soon.
will be compatible with colorcloud to color the clouds of other scanner manufacturers as a beacon, leica, zf?
Yes.
replace istar or not?
Not.

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If the new iris360 pro is compatible with the Faro, leica, zf ... but does not replace Istar, what are the advantages of spending about 5-6000 € for an istar against about 3000 € of an irispro360?

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If the new iris360 pro is compatible with the Faro, leica, zf ... but does not replace Istar, what are the advantages of spending about 5-6000 € for an istar against about 3000 € of an irispro360?
$2899 will be the base price for iris360 Pro. You will be able to add our Measurements and/or ColourCloud firmware updates as optional priced add-ons which will then bring iris360 Pro to around the same price as iSTAR.

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Is it upgrade-able later if we don't purchase it with the measurement and color cloud firmware? With the upgrades is there any advantage to the iStar over iris360?

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Is it upgrade-able later if we don't purchase it with the measurement and color cloud firmware?
Yes. It's a firmware update you can do at any time.
With the upgrades is there any advantage to the iStar over iris360?
Yes. iSTAR is IP64 rated and is very rugged. It also has a longer exposure range of 120 sec - 1/8000 sec. iris360 pro will have an exposure range of 1 sec - 1/8000 sec.

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