Technology’s something, ain’t it? One day you’ve never even heard of a 360-degree camera, the next there’s a thriving market for them. After we checked out the Bublcam yesterday, there’s now some stiff competition from the Panono ($600). The price is $150 more, but there are some reasons why, including 72 megapixel pictures and a design that promises ruggedness for those ‘Whoopsie!’ moments. You throw it in the air, and when the ball is at its highest point and barely moving, 36 tiny cameras fire all at once. Viewing the pic is as easy as moving your phone or tablet in the direction you want to see. It should probably also be noted that, if you’re a subpar typist, it’d be very easy to spell ‘Panono’ as ‘Panini,’ the flat sandwich that rarely has cameras inside it.
Panono Panoramic Ball Camera: Ruggedly Round
Gear By on Nov 13, 2013
Bublcam 360º Camera: The New 360
Gear By on Nov 12, 2013
Xbox may be phasing out the 360 name, but here’s an object that’s all about the full circle. The bublcam ($450 CAD) is the world’s most innovative 360º camera, able to capture 14 mega pixel spherical photos and videos at 1080p at 15 fps and 720p at 30fps from all around you. Couple the ability to look anywhere with Wi-fi and you get a pretty great security camera option too. And we gotta imagine there will be much fewer red rings of death with this 360.