360 Cameras

360 cameras are those that offer a 360-degree field of view, which is why they are also often referred to as virtual reality, or VR cameras, since they give the viewer an immersive experience.

Typically a 360 camera will feature dual fisheye lenses and sensors. The camera will then stitch the images from these dual sensors into one high-resolution photograph, which is fully immersive.

What's more, many 360 cameras can also livestream video - often in 4K resolution, but certainly in Full HD - which you can share to social networks with one-click functionality.

On this page you'll find all of the latest news, reviews and tutorials on how to use 360 cameras from the likes of Ricoh, Samsung, Insta360, 360Fly, NCTech, Garmin and many more manufacturers in the growing virtual reality industry.

It's not just about the cameras; in this section we'll also be looking at the software you'll need to edit along with some of the latest cutting edge VR accessories.

How a 360 camera works

How a 360 degree camera works In short, a 360 camera captures two images or video files from dual lenses with a 180-degree field of view and either automatically stitches them together in-camera, or offers free companion software with which you can stitch the files together - often with one click. In the following guide…

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PanoClip review

The PanoClip is a 360 camera attachment for the iPhone, which employs a dual lens system to capture and automatically stitch 360 photos without the need for software.

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