Orah 4i Technical Specifications


Area Coverage
Full-spherical, 360*180 degrees
Maximum Resolution
  • 4096*2048 px (4K) @30fps Real Time Stitching
  • 4 Fisheye 8-Layer MC Glass
  • Aperture f/2.0
  • 170° FOV
Image Sensor
  • 4 Sony EXMOR™
  • 1920*1440px resolution
Sensors Synchronization
Hardware synchronization
Body Material
Aluminium (Anodized Precipitation-Hardened)
Heat Dissipation
Thermal pad allows high heat dissipation for long video streaming sessions (up to 48 hours)
  • Camera: 48V over PoE
    Processing unit: 110V / 220V connected on a power outlet
Dimension and Weight
  • Camera:
    8 x 7 x 6.5 cm / 3.1 x 2.7 x 2.5 inches
    0.5 kg / 1.1 lb / 17 oz
  • Processing unit:
    27.4 x 13 x 26.4 cm / 10.8 x 5.1 x 10.4 inches
    2.7 kg / 6 lb / 96 oz


Camera Audio Channel Inputs

Built-in 4 high dynamic range microphones
65dB SNR, 122dB max SPL

External Audio Channel Inputs
  • 3.5mm jack line-in
  • Support USB capture
  • Built-in delay adjustments
  • Ambisonic audio line-in (coming soon)
Audio Format Output
  • 4 channel ambisonic @ B format (AmbiX)
  • Stereo


Output Projection
  • Equirectangular
  • Cubical (coming soon)
Camera Exposure
Automatic exposure
White Balance
Automatic white balance
Video Encoding
H264 High, Main or Baseline profile
Video Bitrate
From 5 to 50 Mbps
Live Streaming Protocol
  • RTMP to broadcast to server
  • HLS for smartphone, cardboard or GearVR preview
Record Format (Stitched Output)
MP4 format (with spatial meta-data) save to SD/SDHC/SDXC UHS-II
Video Publishing Platform
  • Any platform that supports VR video, whether it is broadcasting live or recording videos for future playback
  • Youtube, Wowza, Akamai, Bitmovin, Ustream, Livestream, and others using RTMP protocol broadcast.
  • Facebook, Youtube, Vrideo, Littlstar, Bitmovin, and others using equirectangular video output.


Camera Control
  • Web interface with live preview
  • API (coming soon)
  • HDMI 2.0 port (up to 4096×2160@30fps)
  • RJ45 Ethernet port
  • Wifi (web app interface with live preview)