The tiny dual lens camera from the makers of Hyperlapse could shoot stable and immersive spherical video. The palm size camera can capture 4K resolution 360-degree video and photos in amazing manner. The sharing and editing features of Rylo makes it stand apart from its competitors. After shooting a video from iPhone you can connect Rylo with the help of Micro-USB-to-lightning cable. The phone immediately recognizes the camera and opens the companion app which lets you view the shot without necessity of Bluetooth or Wi-Fi connections. The Android version is expected to be launched in early 2018.
The video can be traditionally framed HD 16:9 format or can be kept in its original 360-degree format to edit and share. The entire scene can be caught in single shot where you can track a subject by tapping them regardless of where they are. After the shooting is over you can combine the shots from the individual lenses for a picture-in-picture look or form a time-lapse using the in-build app. The edited images and videos can be directly shared on social media through the app.
The Rylo 360-degree camera is available at a pricing of $499. The package includes the camera, a 16GB microSD card for storage, a mount and handgrip with a built-in tripod mount, a battery and protective pouch. An optional protective waterproof housing is also available.
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