The 360fly brings 4K video recording to mobile devices and boasts an impressively wide angle of view.
Boasting a brand-new imaging sensor, the 360fly can record at four times the resolution of its predecessor. In the Front Facing Mode users can record in a 16:9 aspect ratio with a resolution of 2560x1440. The LIVIT Live Streaming Mode lets you instantly share your 360 content with friends and family. There's a Time-Lapse Video Mode for telling a story over a long period of time and a Motion And Audio Detection Mode which can be set to start recording when is detects movement or sound. Adding to the long list of features is a Telemetry function, letting users tag locations. There 64GB of internal storage too.
360fly, Inc. has announced the launch of its new 360fly 4K camera. Unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this year, the 360fly 4K camera boasts a higher resolution than its predecessor, intuitive filming and editing advancements and live mobile streaming capabilities via LIVIT mobile app.
360fly 4K adds a powerful new image sensor that quadruples the resolution of the first generation 360fly camera, producing 2880x2880, 360-degree 4K video. Additionally, the 360fly4K camera will offer the following upgraded and advanced features:
LIVIT Live Streaming: In partnership with LIVIT, 360fly allows users to live stream their 360 content across the LIVIT mobile app – so your friends and family can see all the action in real time. No editing or uploading required.
Front-Facing Mode: Not all situations require a 360-degree field of view. During those times, the 360fly 4K camera will allow users to record in a 16:9 aspect ratio at 2560x1440 resolution with a field of view of 178x100 degrees (204 diagonal).
Time-Lapse Video Mode: Tell a story in a dramatic fashion by capturing a 360-degreetime-lapse video. Users can select .5, 1, 2, 5, 10, 30 or 60-second shutter intervals.
Motion and Audio Detection Mode: The 360fly 4K camera will automatically begin to record videos and photos based off any movement or sounds. This feature is great in surveillance or monitoring situations.
Accelerometer Activated Record Mode: Not all environments are smartphone friendly, and in those situations 360fly 4K camera users can activate record mode upon a significant accelerometer triggered event. For example, when users at the top of a ski slop start their run down the mountain, the camera will detect the acceleration and automatically begin to record.
Telemetry: The 360fly 4K camera features a built-in GPS sensor to tag locations, an altimeter and accelerometer – all powered by an advanced Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. Users can track altitude, speed and use third-party applications to overlay the data into their existing 360-degree video content.
Expanded Internal Memory: The 360fly 4K camera boasts 64G of internal memory. With increased storage, there’s no need to pause your adventures to off load video. OnePush Button Color-Coding: For clearer visibility and mode recognition, the 360fly 4Kcamera features an enhanced design with additional color-coded lighting around the OnePush button and bottom of the mounting dock.
The 360fly 4K camera offers two options for live streaming – a mobile option via LIVIT and a web cam mode for Facetime, Skype and other applications. For this, 360fly 4K pairs with its USB 2.0 charging base and is able to output a real-time full 360-degree HD video stream – providing a truly differentiated live viewing experience. The 360fly 4K camera is waterproof down to 30 feet and has a battery life of up to an hour and a half. Like the original, the 360fly 4K camera comes standard with Bluetooth, built-in Wi-Fi, and is compatible with a free Android and iOS mobile app that allows users to share content to popular social platforms like Facebook, YouTube and more.
The 360fly 4K camera is available immediately and has a suggested retail price of £599.99