Mobotix is expanding its panoramic camera offering to add 2 more panoramic options to its Q series. In a recent "Hemispheric Workshop", Mobotix reviews the key value propositions they are advocating and the product series that support it.
In contrast to the Q series which is 360 degrees, the new options are 180 degrees each. This includes a 180 degree option for their 'box' series line, the M24M-Hemispheric (MSRP of $1,2580) and the T24 Door station (demonstrated in the workshop deck but not on the Mobotix website).
With many cameras mounted on walls, 180 degree options makes good sense. Additionally, this will provide greater pixel density and should increase the detail in the smaller range being covered.
Mobotix is very aggressive on the expansion of panoramic, cites it as a key growth driver and has even hyped it with a made for marketing Frost whitepaper.
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