With 360 degree cameras growing in popularity this year, it was only a matter of time before a company created one that is inexpensive enough for mass consumption. Meet Lunda, the world’s smallest 360 degree camera with a friendly price tag.
The device uses dual 190 fish-eye lens technology to craft a 360 degree picture, and can do so in just one simple click. With two clicks, it can shoot high quality 360 degree videos, providing an interactive experience to those watching. The camera has a diameter of just 6cm, allowing users to carry it with them everywhere they go. It’s waterproof, has gyro-stabilization, and has a magnetic surface so that it can stick to a docking station, a monopod, and even a keychain. What’s more, it has built-in 802.11n Wi-Fi, and with it, you’re able to live-stream footage from the camera with ease. It’s available now on IndieGoGo starting at $299. [Purchase]
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