Samsung today launched Gear 360 in Korea which was announced at MWC 2016 Gear 360 that enables users to easily create, view and share 360-degree videos and images to enjoy a fully connected experience.
Equipped with two 195-degree cameras that overlap, the Gear 360 captures 360 photos and videos (at nearly 4K resolution) by combining the videos from the two on-board cameras. This smart collage happens on your phone and the camera is compatible with Samsung's top-end devices that are capable of taking this load: the Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge +, Note 5, Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.
Gear 360 can be synced with a Samsung smartphone and users will be able to preview content in real time when recording. Also, Gear 360 will automatically bring up filmed content for users to view and save on their smartphone or to upload and share directly on social channels including Google Street View. For a real 360 viewing experience, users can simply watch self-created content through Gear VR. All these features will be available through a dedicated mobile application for download from Galaxy Apps, Google Play and PC software for more in-depth editing capabilities.
Dual 15MP CMOS Sensors
Dual f/2.0 Fisheye Lenses
3840 x 1920 Video Recording at 30 fps
30MP Still Images in Dual Lens Mode
Dual & Single Lens Modes
Built-In Wi-Fi, Bluetooth & NFC
Supports microSD Card Up to 128GB
Google Street View Compatible
Samsung Gear 360 is priced at 399,300 Korean Won (US$ 350 / 23,300 approx.) and is available for purchase from Samsung online store in Korea. It will be available across 450 stores nationwide starting from May. It also comes with a free 64GB Samsung EVO Plus microSD card as a limited period launch offer.
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