Samsung is working on photography department and coming towards potential 360-degree imaging market with a new camera called the Gear 360. At MWC Korean Giant announced the camera alongside Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge.
The Gear 360 will be obtainable in the second quarter of the 2016, whereas at the time of announcement the firm didn’t reveal any official information about price of the device, but now it is official on Samsung Korean website. On the company’s website Gear 360 camera is available for Rs. 23,300. The company also said that the Gear 360 camera will be available across 450 stores in the country. The Samsung is also manufacturing 64GB Samsung Evo Plus microSD card as a part of the limited period offer.
The Samsung Gear 360 has a f/2.0 fisheye lenses which are covered by 195-degree angle of view. When Galaxy S7 and Gear 360 darn together they give 360*180 degree to discover with a VR headset or comatose around your cursor on a computer or your fingertips on a touch screen. The company posted a concise video which is extraordinary as compared to the existing collection of consumer 360 cameras, but it was a immobile clip in full daylight, or we can say that it showed ideal condition for sharper details, low noise, and easy stitching.
As for specifications, the Gear 360 features a Single-lens mode for GoPro-style action cam recording. The camera has video, photo, looping video, and time lapse video modes. It also supports 128GB MicroSD slot, and a rechargeable and removable battery. It measures 66.7*56.2*60 mm and weighs 153 grams. The camera has water and dust resistant body with a small tripod and a handgrip. The PC software is also available for in-depth editing capabilities.