Kodak Debuts Pixpro SP360 Action Camera That Can Be Remotely Controlled Via iOS or Android Device
Probably as an answer to the HTC RE Camera, Kodak debuted today the Pixpro SP360 an action camera, that’s meant to be taken on hikes and trips. This model is very compact and it’s able to shoot at 360 degrees, plus it can be controlled from a handset.
Its camera lens is placed at the top of device and it can easily spin and create panoramas. The product is priced at $349 and it’s dust resilient, it can take cold and shocks, as well as water. It packs a 16 megapixel sensor, does 10 megapixel still image capture and continuous shooting as well. There’s a 214 degree wide angle lens on board and the ability to both film and create 360 degree spherical panoramas.
You can control the device remotely via a special iOS or Android app, using WiFi and NFC, with the max control distance being 20 meters. The ISO goes from 100 to 800 and the SP360 brings support for microSD cards, USB, HDMI out and a 1250 mAh battery, good enough for 160 minutes of continuous recording. Below you can watch some videos captured with the camera, looking stunning: