Photography fans rejoice! Samsung’s new Gear 360 Camera will be available for sale in select countries on April 29th. Unveiled last month at Mobile World Conference, the tiny 153-gram camera is designed with two fisheye F2.0 lenses that can capture near-4K (3840 x 1920) quality video or 25.9 megapixel photos. It can hold up to 128GB of content on its internal microSD slot and can record for up to 140 minutes of active use.
Perfect for any adventure, the Gear 360 is dust and splash resistant. If you have a Samsung Galaxy smartphone or PC, users can shoot in live view mode, stitch the 360˚ footage with ease, trim it to your liking and share it online.
The Galaxy smartphone can also double as a very handy remote viewfinder and to transfer files in one simple move.
The GEAR 360 will retail for 350 euros in Europe, which is about $400 USD.