Probably the most attractive feature of Corona is interactive rendering. This allows the artist or user to change the settings while working and see in real time how the changes affect the rendered image. Light, material, and even the geometry of the model can be adjusted as the scene plays in the background, providing unprecedented flexibility for artists who need to further optimize the image after pressing Render. Few renderers on the market allow this level of interactivity.
In my opinion, Corona is the most user-friendly rendering software on the market. You will learn Corona on a single day and fall in love with it the next day. Compared to many other renderers, Corona eliminates the long learning curve before you can start your professional work. Corona takes a much more natural approach to teaching new users the basics. A the same time, the renderer leaves plenty of room for perfection.
The interesting thing about Corona is that it was developed by a designer with a community of designers for other designers. There are strong connections to the underground 3D rendering industry in Europe and Corona is about to become one of the most widely used renderers on the market. The Corona renderer will certainly not disappear so quickly, so we will hear more about it in the future.