Kodak has debuted two new 360 cameras at CES 2018, introducing a foldable 3D 360 camera and a new 360 camera capable of producing 8K video.

Billed as its next-generation designs, the new Kodak 360 cameras are just prototypes at the moment. The 8K-capable camera doesn’t yet have a name and is being referred to as the ‘360 Pro VR Camera’.

Not much else is known about the Pro model, but 360 Rumors reports that its price tag will be around the $1,500 mark and will have a release date in either Q3 or Q4 of 2018.

The folding 360 camera has the working title of ‘3D 360 VR Camera’ and is expected to have a price tag of around $500.

The body design looks like a stereoscopic camera with a seam in the middle, allowing you to fold the camera in half so the lenses are facing away from each other in a traditional 360 camera design.

We’ll update this post as we learn more about the new Kodak 360 cameras for 2018.

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