Take your 3D modeling capabilities to new frontiers with the new and improved Matterport MC300 Pro3 3D Digital Camera and Acceleration Bundle, which equips you with the Pro3 and additional accessories for mounting the camera. With greater scanning range and faster speed, the Pro3 allows for more detail in your indoor and outdoor 3D models, making it a must-have for those who use 3D scans in their workflows.
Like its predecessor, the Pro3 can create high-quality models of an entire physical space. However, the Pro3 expands beyond the interior of a space to capture the outdoor surroundings, as well. Its LiDAR-based scanning technology has an accuracy of 20mm in a 33' range and an increased overall range of 328', accessible via an E57 file. Scan time is now 4x faster for greater efficiency in the field and enhanced mesh ensures detail is amplified for even more accurate measurements and tagging.
From Scan to Interactive Model
The Pro3 can export various file formats from MatterPak to E57 and BIM files for a wide range of industry compatibility. Real estate agents and engineers alike can benefit from the enhanced workflow and collaboration possibilities the Pro3 has to offer. The color and image quality of the camera outperforms other devices and eliminates 3D image distortion due to image stitching. And thanks to the swappable batteries, shooting all day is not a problem.
If you’re looking to expand your Pro3 loadout, the Pro3 Acceleration Bundle has got you covered. Not only do you get the Pro3 camera, a charging kit, a tripod mount, and a battery, but you also receive an additional battery, a tripod, a tripod dolly, two door stops, a hard case, and a backpack. On top of this, you receive ten free E57 point cloud digital downloads and ten free MatterPak downloads, which means that after purchasing your Matterport subscription plan, you have twenty scans ready to go.
Are you looking to improve your 3D scanning efficiency and quality with the upgraded MC300 Pro3 camera? What project would you use it for? Let us know in the Comments section, below.