Shooting the entire space using RICOH THETA is useful for promoting an exhibition!

Do you have any of these problems?

I want to show the atmosphere of the entire booth.

I want to increase the number of visitors
using the website and SNS.

I want to easily take great-looking photos
even as a beginner photographer.

I want to record
the exhibit layout and the atmosphere.

RICOH THETA is the solution to these problems!

Rotate the image in any direction to experience a 360-degree photo.

You can shoot a photo of the entire space.
It shows the
atmosphere of the venue exactly how it is!

You can share photos and videos as interactive contents over the website and SNS.
Perfect for PR!

You can easily shoot great-looking photos
anywhere using the various shooting modes.

You can keep a record of the exhibition forever without cutting out any of the scene
as a photo or video!


  • Spherical images and videos can be easily shot with a single press of the button.
  • The camera is comfortable to carry around due to its compact and lightweight design.
  • Photos and videos shot with the camera can be moved with complete freedom in 360 degrees.
  • Photos and videos can be viewed on a computer and smartphone.
  • Photos and videos can be easily shared over SNS using a dedicated app.

A photo showing a scene from only a single direction...

Can be viewed freely in all directions when it is a 360-degree photo!!

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Three reasons to recommend RICOH THETA
to shoot an exhibition

1. Recommended for any type of space, such as an exhibition or gallery

You can record the entire space in a single 360-degree photo to match any type of location. It is also perfect for looking back at the exhibition because you can record the venue layout and the position of all exhibits.

2. Enabling a simulated experience before visiting the exhibition

You can also share the charm of the exhibition hall on the website for people who are unable to easily make it to the event, and expect to see an increase in the number of visitors.

3. Creating a more realistic scene using videos

Using RICOH THETA you can deliver various booth information with sound in 360 degrees.

Useful THETA functions to promote exhibitions

Remote shooting

You can perform shooting remotely by linking with a smartphone and using it.

HDR rendering

You can shoot clear photos even in locations with a high level of dark-bright contrast by compositing four images.

Video shooting

RICOH THETA shoots highly realistic footage with high quality 360-degree videos.

Useful accessories for shooting


A monopod stand specially for the RICOH THETA series. It is designed small to reduce the portion of the camera platform and leg appearing in shot images. It extends to a height of 152 cm and can be stowed to a compact length of 56 cm.


A stick specifically designed to distance the user’s hands from the THETA camera, allowing the user to shoot 360° photos without their fingers interfering with the shot.

3D Microphone TA-1

A dedicated 3D microphone for “RICOH THETA V”. It is equipped with a microphone unit developed by Audio Technica, a company with an established reputation for its advanced technology and reliability.

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Choose RICOH THETA as the 360-degree camera for your exhibition PR and recording


Four colors available to choose from.
Recommended for people who want to quickly enjoy shooting 360-degree photos.

  • Natural 360-degree still images and videos can be recorded in high quality using a highly precise stitching process.
  • Beautiful photos and videos can be shot with ease according to the shooting scene.
  • High-speed wireless image transfer. Photos and videos can be transferred wirelessly in a short time.

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Can produce approximately 23MP/7K images.
The flagship model, achieving high image quality.

  • Ghosting, flare, and fringing are reduced.
  • The camera demonstrates superior noise reduction performance even when shooting night views.
  • The first of the THETA series to enable images to be saved in RAW (DNG) format.

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