Samsung’s 360-degree virtual camera has been launched in South Korea at a price of 399,000 won (Rs 23,225).
South Korean multinational conglomerate revealed the golf-ball-like camera at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2016 held in February.
Called the Gear 360, the little sphere is designed to sit on a table, tripod or even hung from a drone to capture 360 degrees of video.
The dual lens spherical camera also includes a pair of microphones for audio capture, a microSD slot to allow memory expansion up to 128GB, and a removable battery which should allow up to 140 minutes of active use.
The camera has four different shooting modes: video, photo, time lapse video and looping video. The content can be streamed to a phone or viewed from the Gear VR for a true 360-degree video experience.
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