Kodak PixPro SP360: A 360° action camera to rival the GoPro
The Kodak PixPro SP360 can capture full HD video at 30 frames per second and can capture two 180 degree videos simultaneously on a split screen. There’s also a feature that lets you take 214-degree angle photos for capturing “dome-view” photos.
Other than letting you capture a 360° view of the world, the PixPro SP360 supports time-lapse video and comes with a motion-detection sensor that automatically records videos. It’s also waterproof, freezeproof up to 10 degree Celsius, shockproof from 2 metres, and dustproof, which makes it suitable for shooting photos and videos in different weather conditions.
The SP360 camera comes with a one-inch LCD display to compose your recordings. There’s 8MB of internal storage, which you can boost up to 32GB using the microSD slot. It supports Wi-Fi and NFC for quickly transferring your photos and videos to other devices. Plus, it can be remotely controlled by a smartphone though an app for iOS and Android devices.
The Kodak PixPro SP360 action cam is available for $349 on the Kodak website and will compete with the likes of the GoPro, 360Fly and VSN Mobil’s V.360 camera.