Kodak has been trying 360° photographs as early as 2014. Their first pixpro Sp360 featured an individual lens with a 214° field of view and did 1080p video. That didn’t quite hold up to being stretched to the 360° format used by Youtube. So, Kodak has upped their game to supply 4K video with the Kodak Pixpro SP360 4K, the new tactic will be to use two units mounted back to back while software helps in stitching the consequent captures.
Regrettably, this means a bigger and more costly set up complete as you desire two cameras back to back and a mount framework to hold them together. While there’s app support for capture via your smartphone, the app is merely effective at controlling one unit at a time as each unit creates its own Wi Fi network to connect to. How you make captures with both cameras simultaneously is by means of a distant (contained in the Dual pro pack) that can be strapped on your own wrist like a watch.
The remote has the following controls: switches that switch between shoot manners (stills/video) and capture formats (global/ front); two buttons for capture; and one to turn on/off the whole set up. Telling for a capture or the powering on/off of the unit are by way of beeps and the flashing of the LED’s on both the remote and the cameras. All three components work fairly nicely in sync even powering up and down together. And because 360° photographs essentially means you’re shooting a picture/video of everything around you, you don’t feel like you lose too much without live view from the camera itself. The Kodak Pixpro SP360 comes with a great price of accessories right out of the box particularly if you get the Dual pro pack. We merely want Kodak have used a conventional tripod mount as the primary connection point instead because that would have added even more flexibility to the system.
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