Despite its small size (it measures less than seven centimeters in diameter), the Sphericam 2 shows high performance. This camera 360 is capable of capturing images in 4K, 30 or 60 frames per second.
After the phenomenon GoPro is 360 degree cameras to turn to when feeling dedicated to high-tech events. Taking advantage of the craze for virtual reality , these devices dedicated to creating immersive content bloom, and playing an increasingly important within the world of audio-visual objects. Discover a selection of the most innovative and efficient models currently on the market.
The Giroptic 360cam
Let’s start with a model for the general public and designed by a French company: the 360cam Giroptic. This camera, which was on our Christmas list is capable of shooting in 2K (a resolution of 2048 x 1080 pixels 30 fps) and take photos in 4K. Consisting of a waterproof case and three image sensors, it produces content compatible with most virtual reality helmets .
Samsung Gear 360
Already on the virtual reality market with its Gear VR headset , Samsung has unveiled its camera Gear 360. This spherical device integrates two sensors 15 million pixels, coupled to two ultra wide angle lenses. Compatible with smartphones Galaxy S6 and S7 , the device offers an amazing picture quality. Immersion guaranteed!
The Sphericam 2
Born through a crowdfunding campaign , the Sphericam 2 is a small aluminum ball under seven centimeters in diameter, and weighs 400 grams only. Fixed to a tripod, a pole or simply held in the hand, she films in 4K to 360, 30 or 60 frames per second.
The Jaunt One
Leading creator of video content to 360 degrees Jaunt Jaunt designed the One, an ultra-sophisticated camera for professionals. This device with unusual design is equipped with 24 sensors. He is able to shoot in resolution 4, 8 or 90 to 16K and 120 fps.
The Nokia Ozo
Also designed for imaging professionals, the Nokia Ozo is a spherical camera 16 centimeters in diameter weighing 4.2 kilos. With eight sensors and eight mics, it can capture images and record sound at 360 degrees. Its performances are exceptional, but this quality has a cost. In marketing its Ozo to $ 60 000 price , Nokia has a much more elitist position that Giroptic or Samsung.