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Before, cameras can only capture what’s in front. But technology has advanced to much that it can even record the scene up, down, left, right, and behind. This is largely due to 360-degree VR cameras that lets you be in the middle of the image. In one click you can be both photographer and subject simultaneously in images or videos that can bring awe to viewers.
Perhaps the most famous among these cameras is the GoPro Fusion which has two offset lenses that cover a 360-degree field of view and record stunning 5.2K Video at 30 fps. It's most outstanding feature is the Overcapture which lets you choose any angle and convert it into a seamless 1080p video. Cover a long period of time in a few seconds via Time Lapse and Night Lapse. You can pair clean audio with your videos thanks to 360 Audio with Advance Wind Noise Reduction. The Fusion also captures 18-megapixel still images which are perfect for video thumbnails or previews.
Also, another reliable option is the Ricoh Theta V that has a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor for faster commands and processing. It may look like a video game console stick but it records 4K Video and 360º spatial audio with a four-channel microphone. You can pair this with an external microphone to record clearer sounds or an underwater housing with dirt-resistant coating to keep this video camera waterproof for up to 30 metres.
Aside from these, you can also transform your mobile devices to 360-degree cameras using the Insta360 Air or Insta360 Nano. The Air VR Camera comes in two options: Micro USB and USB Type-C. By connecting it to a compatible smart phone, its two, 210º fisheye lenses can capture 2K videos at 2560 x 1280 resolution. It can also take 3K still images at 3008 x 1504 resolution with a frame rate of 30 fps. You can also use this lightweight device as webcam for video conferences.
Meanwhile, the Insta360 Nano can shoot 3K videos at 3040 x 1520 resolution. But to improve its functionality, you can attach this to an iOS device via the Lightning connector to have a live preview screen. With two, 210-degree wide angle lenses, footages are stitched in real time so that the live streaming audience can see the scenes as they are shot. This works with the following iPhones: 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, 7, 7 Plus.
Likewise, the Insta360 ONE gives you instant 4K Video Resolution in a compact device that is just a bit bigger than a USB flash drive. Action camera enthusiasts will love its Bullet Time feature wherein you capture videos at 120fps by slinging the camera in the air using a tether wire. When played back, it showcases 240fps footages of the camera capturing angles from a static scene much like in The Matrix. You can record up to 70 hours of videos with this camera on a single full charge.
But the most sophisticated among them is the Insta360 Pro which captures images and 3D videos in stunning 8K resolution is impressive enough. Built with six, 200° fisheye lenses that can be selected to create a number of angles and effects, the scenes are combined by seamless Optical Flow stitching while they are kept steady by real-time image stabilisation. This device is also capable of high speed shooting of up to 120 fps that can be converted to slow motion videos in post-processing. Like other Insta360 cameras, this can be controlled using VR headsets as well.
You can get the best price online and in store at Sydney for all of these items at Camera-Warehouse. These products are genuine Australian stock. These are not Grey Market items and thus come with authentic Australian warranty. Free shipping for any of these products is also allowed within Australia. So, if you are looking for a more immersive experience for your shots or movies, buy any of these 360 VR cameras now!