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Product Specifications
Dual CMOS 15MP Sensor (Default Output pixel count equivalent to 25.9M), Dual F2.0 Fisheye Lens
Movie Recording Resolution
Dual Cam: up to 3840 x 1920 (30 fps), Single Cam: up to 2560 x 1440 (30 fps)
Still Capturing Resolution
Dual Cam: up to 7776 x 3888 (30M), Single Cam: 3072 x 1728 (5M)
Camera Dual Lens Mode
Video, Photo, Time-lapse Video, Looping Video
Camera Single Lens Mode
Video, Photo, Time-lapse Video, Looping Video
66.7 x 56.3 x 60.1 mm
(152 g incl. battery)
Samsung Gear 360 VR Camera

Samsung Gear 360 VR Camera

Introducing the Samsung Gear 360 VR Camera, a lightweight camera designed to capture everything around you. Weighing just 5.39 ounces, this spherical camera is complete with two f/2.0 fisheye lenses. Between the two, the Gear 360 VR Camera captures two 195-degree photos or videos and seamlessly stitches them together to produce 360-degree footage. Holding up to 128GB of memory via a microSD card which equates to about 7 hours of video at the highest resolution, the Gear 360 VR Camera takes stunning 30-megapixel photos as well as 4K video. The Gear 360 VR Camera was made to work perfectly with the latest edition of the Gear VR Headset as well as the Galaxy Note7. Featuring a 1350mAh battery, the Gear 360 VR Camera can power through two hours of recording.

Samsung Gear 360 VR Camera
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Gadget Flow Rating 9.5/10
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Discovered on Aug 3, 2016, 4:00 pm EDT
Discovered by Genevieve Healey
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