The egg-shaped Tamaggo 360LiveCam’s standout feature is a 1.5in touchscreen built into the bottom of the camera on which users can preview images.
Alternatively, you can use the camera’s companion app for iOS and Android to preview scenes.
Its lens offers an f/2.2 aperture with a 360°x220° field of view.
The Tamaggo 360LiveCam uses a 12-megapixel Sony sensor which can record still images in 4K resolution and video in Full HD.
Other features include an external microSD card slot, WiFi and Bluetooth capability, internal gyroscope for stabilisation and a battery life offering up to 2 hours of video recording.
The Tamaggo 360LiveCam price tag is $399 / £399 and is on sale from Tamaggo’s website.