360fly has announced that its 4K camera – price tag £599.99 – unveiled at CES earlier this year is now available for purchase.
Boasting higher resolution and more filming and editing enhancements than its predecessor, the 360fly 4K camera can produce 2880×2880, 360-degree 4K video.
What’s more, users can live stream their content using the LIVIT mobile app. Other features include a time-lapse video mode allowing you to choose between .5, 1, 2, 5, 10, 30 or 60-second shutter intervals.
There are two options for live streaming – the LIVIT app and a web cam mode for FaceTime, Skype and other applications.
The 360fly 4K camera also offers an enhanced front-facing mode that can record in a 16:9 aspect ratio at 2560×1440 resolution with a field of view of 178×100 degrees.
It will also automatically being to record video and still images based off movement and sounds, and adds an Accelerometer Activated Record Mode to program the camera to automatically begin filming when it detects acceleration.
A built-in GPS sensor can tag locations, and users can use the 360fly 4K to track altitude. The 360fly 4k camera is waterproof down to 30 feet and has a battery life of up to an hour and a half. Like the original, the 360fly 4K camera comes standard with Bluetooth, built-in Wi-Fi, and is compatible with a free Android and iOS mobile app that allows users to share content to popular social platforms like Facebook, YouTube and more.