With its 240-degree wide-angle lens, the MySight360 wearable VR camera lets you capture amazing panoramic videos wherever you go. Like the feature? Let’s continues checking.
The MySight360 is an advanced, wearable panoramic camera that measures 3.3 x 1.2 x 0.9 inches and weighs 3.2 oz. As shown in the images, the wearable camera sports a sleek and ultra portable design, and unlike many action cameras that need mounting tools, the MySight360 can be more easily attached to your cloth, backpack and cap with its integrated clip and cleverly arranged lens. Of course, using optional mounts, you can also attach it on your helmet, bike and even your dog.
The VR camera comes equipped with a 240-degree fisheye lens that simulates the view angle of human eye with 45-degree forward design, and it supports 1080p/ 2.5K/ 4K video recording and 4320 x 2160 resolution photos. In addition to time lapse, the mini camera also features lifelog mode that delivers an interval of 3/5/10 minutes and duration of 5/10/15 seconds.
Furthermore, using built-in video stabilization and horizon optimization, the MySight360 has the ability to always give you crisp and sharp video. Built-in WiFi connectivity allows it to works with your Android or iOS devices, so you can conveniently edit, view or share your videos and photos captured by your MySight360, and its VR mode lets you enjoy your video via a VR headset. Apart from these, its rechargeable battery lasts over 15 hours of usage.
Price and shipment date
The crowdfunding campaign for MySight360 is ongoing on Kickstarter. You can pledge $169 to preorder the VR camera. It will be shipped in April 2017. BTW, don’t miss another app-enabled wearable video camera and more cool related gadgets by following tags.