Unicornis has launched a new 360 camera that can shoot 4K spherical video with realtime stitching and livestreaming capabilities.

The Unicornis can record 4K video at 24fps and is powered by a Sony Exmo R & STARVIS CMOS image sensor. Its realtime output is 1080p, and its video bitrate is up to 100Mbit/s.

The Unicornis also employs four glass lenses on its cylindrical body design, and it offers an external SD card slot for extra storage.

Other specs include:

  • Lens: 4 X Wide-angle Glass Lenses
  • Image Sensor: Sony Exmor R & STARVIS CMOS
  • Spherical Resolution: 4K @ 24fps
  • Realtime Output: Micro HDMI real-time output 1080p
  • Video Bitrate: Up to 100Mbit/s
  • Video Encoder: H.264 & H.265
  • Video File Format: .MOV & .MP4
  • Stitching Method: Internal Live Stitching
  • Stitching Algorithm: Patented Dynamic Stitching Line
  • Storage: Single SD Card (SDXC UHS U3)
  • Power: 12VDC 4A
  • Battery: Li-ion rechargeable battery. Continuous recording up to 180 mins
  • Size W x L x H: 80mm x 80mm x 160mm
  • Total Weight: 750g/26.45oz
  • Other ports
    3.5mm Stereo Jack
    Micro HDMI

Via 360 Rumors