360Fly's new digital camera captures 4K video
360Fly unveiled at CES this week a brand new 360 diploma digital camera that captures 2880 x 2880 4K video — quadruple the decision of its predecessor — at 30FPS whereas producing immersive, VR-succesful content material. What’s extra, the brand new unit boasts a number of recent seize modes and now tracks telemetry knowledge as nicely. These seize modes embrace 2560 x 1440 decision ahead dealing with, time lapse; and movement-, acceleration- and audio-triggered recording. Moreover, the 4K 360Fly incorporates a GPS sensor, barometer/altimeter and accelerometer. It could actually even output 360 diploma video in actual time with the addition of an non-compulsory Micro-HDMI accent base.
I took a take a look at the brand new digital camera on the CES showfloor and actually favored what I noticed. Regardless that the unit solely employs a single sensor (the 360 diploma ultimate product is stitched along with digital wizardry), the ensuing video appeared seamless on each a smartphone and a Gear VR headset. Plus, 360Fly has partnered with Bell to create a line of “sensible” helmets, which you’ll be able to see each above and within the gallery under, that sink the digital camera immediately into the crown of the top safety. This could assist forestall the wind buffeting riders expertise with blocky GoPro models strapped to their helmets. The helmets and digital camera ought to be prepared by this fall, although there is no phrase but on pricing for both.