Samsung Gear 360 2017 Camera With Live Streaming and Higher Resolution
The camera features dual lenses that shoot everything around you at the same time, and it automatically stitches the captured images to provide you with a single, complete spherical image. The image can then be further edited, if you'd like, in VR editing software where you can even add effects.
Live broadcasting works by pairing the Gear 360 with your Samsung Galaxy smartphone (pairing to the free Gear 360 app) or computer, and then streaming to the platform of your choice, allowing your audience to join your adventures in real-time and in 360. Live broadcasting streams images in 1920 x 960 HD resolution. In regards to mobile devices, live broadcasting is limited to Samsung Galaxy phones and requires Nougat OS (Android 7.0) to be used.
Another way to connect with your audience is to use the Gear 360 app to convert the 360 content into standard video or photo formats that can be uploaded to social media. The app also allows you to add your own personal touch to your content by adjusting the view and layout of the images. You can select between five views: the native 360° View, Stretched View, Round View, Dual View, and Panoramic View.
The internal battery allows you to record for up to 130 minutes on a single charge (in 2560 x 1280 at 30 fps HD resolution). Everything is stored to a microSD card (not included) up to 256GB. The Gear 360 is dust- and splash-proof to be more convenient to use in your activities.
Record 4K 360° spherical VR videos and broadcast live to friends and family (live broadcasting is limited to Samsung Galaxy phones)
Select from five views in the Gear 360 app: 360°, Stretched, Round, Dual, and Panoramic
Internal battery lasts up to 130 minutes when recording 2560 x 1280 at 30 fps HD resolution
Supports microSD cards up to 256GB
Dust- and splash-proof
360 content can be converted to standard video or photo formats that can be uploaded to social media