It costs $0.025 (2.5¢) per image, excluding any applicable taxes. Users will have visibility of cost per capture both when adding a capture to the VR.World Shopping Cart, and on an itemised basis when checking out and making payment.
Capture data uploaded to VR.World and processed in the Cloud will be processed in full - that is, all captured frames will be stitched. For this reason, users following this workflow should ensure that they have selected their desired rate of capture prior to capturing their data, information on doing so may be found within this article.
Note that iSTAR Pulsar+ users have greater flexibility in this regard, in that it is possible to capture at the maximum rate of 7fps and then set a custom rate for image extraction and processing.
I didnt found a answer tat satisfyd me, i wanted to know if the star pulsar is the right camera for making 360 degree panoramic pictures mostly indoors (customers shops etc. ) and creating virtual tours to publish them on social media ? the quality of the pictures and gps data is important for me.
for instances with the insta 360 pro i can shot great pictures and create with my 360 ore rtv tours without any fee, is it possible to do the same with the star pulsar ?
0,002 cent per image is for what ? for having the stitched panoramic image and than to create a tour with an other software.
What is the difference between pulsar and fusion ?
At the moment, no - iSTAR Pulsar is not the solution for you if all you want to do is capture shop interiors for virtual tours via social media. However, you mentioned that GPS was important to you but you do of course realise that you can't get a GPS signal indoors?
Anyway, for your needs I recommend you take a look at the new Ricoh Theta Z1. IT will do what you want for now until you need higher resolution and when we release a version of iSTAR Pulsar that allows single HDR shots from a tripod.