Stereolabs ZED 2 Pricing & Product Details

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ZED 2 Pricing

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€ $ £ ¥ 12345.00

ZED 2 Overview

What is ZED 2?

From sensors to software, the ZED 2 camera is filled with cutting-edge technology that takes spatial perception to a whole new level.

Neural Depth Sensing
ZED 2 is the first stereo camera that uses neural networks to reproduce human vision, bringing stereo perception to a new level.

Built-in IMU, Barometer & Magnetometer

Multi-sensor capture made easy. Gather real-time synchronized inertial, elevation and magnetic field data along image and depth.

120° Wide-Angle Field of View

With its 16:9 native sensors and ultra sharp 8-element all glass lenses, capture video and depth with up to 120° field of view.

Spatial Object Detection

Detect objects with spatial context. Combine AI with 3D localization to create next-generation spatial awareness.

Improved Positional Tracking

Benefit from a wide angle FOV, advanced sensor stack and thermal calibration for a greatly improved positional tracking accuracy.

Cloud Connected

Monitor and control your camera remotely. Using a dedicated cloud platform, capture and analyze 3D data anywhere in the world.

Bringing depth cameras to the next level.
This new stereo camera combines advanced depth sensing with AI, letting you build cutting-edge spatial intelligence and virtually replicate the physical world.

AI-powered Depth Sensing.
An all-new lightweight neural network for stereo matching brings stereo depth sensing to the next level, with a wide 110° x 70° FOV.

Ultra Wide Field of View with Low Distortion.
Using an 8-element lens with optically corrected distortion and a wider ƒ/1.8 aperture, the ZED 2's field of view extends to 120° and captures 40% more light.

The Most Complete Sensor Stack.
Featuring next-generation IMU, barometer, magnetometer and temperature sensors. Factory calibrated on 6-axis with robotic arms.

All-Aluminium Frame with Thermal Control.
Camera heating induces changes in focal length and motion sensors biases. ZED 2 introduces thermal sensors to monitor temperature and compensate these drifts.