Despite the name, the Meta Three 360° camera has nothing to do with the recently rebranded parent company of Facebook. They’re actually a UK-based company developing 360° cameras and live streaming solutions. The “Three” part of the name is because it’s their third their camera. There’s also a Meta One and the Meta Two, which cost a relatively low £21,000 (~$25,400) and £16,000 (~$19,350) respectively… Plus tax, of course.
I say “relatively low” because the Meta Three costs an insane £35,000 + VAT – or a little over $42,000 + tax for our American readers. But the specs and features of this thing are pretty insane. Like, the fact that it shoots 12.5K resolution video using four vertically oriented 6K sensors with very low parallax, ProRes 422 (and h.265), electronic focus and aperture control and live streaming capability.