GoPro Fusion 360° Camera

Apr 25, 2017

Category: Tech

It looks like virtual reality is here to stay, but not in the gamer-focused way we had originally imagined. Now with the release of things like Facebook’s 360-degree camera, it looks like the tech is going to be integrated more into everyday entertainment experiences. And the leader in the action camera industry, GoPro, is getting in on the action with their new Fusion 360-degree camera.

Designed similarly in size and shape to their other adventure-friendly offerings, this next-gen action camera is kind of like six GoPros rolled into one. It will be able to capture up to 5.2K30 video and photos in full-spherical, but will also allow users to go back into their footage and adjust the framing of their subjects to their individual liking – meaning it won’t solely capture VR, but can be used for normal-format stills and videos, as well. There’s not much other information regarding it, other than a possible commercial release date toward the end of 2017.

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