Rylo has issued a firmware update to its 360 camera that increases the video resolution from 4K to 5.8K.
With the increase in resolution, the Rylo 360 camera now surpasses the Garmin VIRB 360 and Insta360 ONE X, which both offer 5.7K resolution.
To get get the update users need to connect the Rylo to their smartphone, then navigate to the companion app. Once in the app, you’ll be prompted to update the Rylo’s software.
Along with the bump in resolution, Rylo has also released a new desktop app boasting all the same tools and features as the mobile version.
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Rylo, the San Francisco-based camera company that enables anyone to create unbelievable video, today announced an update that will enable users to expand their creative capabilities even further – all with the same camera.
With its unique approach to innovation through software, Rylo has been transforming the camera market since its initial product launch one year ago. Beginning today, Rylo owners will be able to download a free software update that will improve the camera’s 360-degree video capture from 4K to 5.8K resolution, the best on the market.
“When we set out to create Rylo, we wanted to offer an experience that truly put the consumer first,” said Rylo COO Chris Cunningham. “To our knowledge, no other camera company has ever improved its resolution without forcing users to buy a new camera or upgrade with expensive hardware. We’re really proud to be able to add value for our consumers, without charge—and we’re just getting started.”
To upgrade their camera, current Rylo users can simply plug into an iOS or Android phone and then update through the Rylo app. All new Rylo cameras will be ready to provide 5.8K resolution as soon as they’ve been plugged in to a compatible device and the newest software update has been completed.
In addition to the resolution upgrade, Rylo will also now offer a new desktop app that features all the same great editing capabilities and intuitive functionality consumers have come to expect from Rylo’s mobile app. The macOS version is available today, with a Windows version to follow in the coming months.