November 11, 2014 | cameras |

360° HD Action Camera

KodakPixPro SP360

A company called JK Imaging has licensed the Kodak name. The agreement enables JK Imaging to manufacture and sell Kodak branded digital imaging products. One of the most intriguing is the Kodak PixPro SP360. It captures 1080p video with a 360º field of view. This 360° HD Action Camera pairs with smart phones via WiFi and NFC connectivity to give you a live view screen. It also let’s you choose how the image is displayed. The choices are ring, dome, front/rear 180º shots, 360º panorama and globe. It uses a Micro SD card (not provided). The action cam is enclosed in a waterproof, dustproof case.

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The camera modes include motion detection, time-lapse and a 10fps burst mode for still photography.It captures 16 megapixel photos. For more information see http://kodakpixpro.com.


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