CAMEO360 is the world's smallest 360-degree 4K camera

There are many different action cameras in the world, but almost all of them are either prohibitively expensive or have limited capabilities. More recently, however, a new camera has appeared on the Kickstarter platform that is set to challenge these issues.

This CAMEO360 is the world's smallest 360-degree 4K dual lens camera. Its development has been carried out since 2015 and today it boasts a whole set of useful functions. The camera shoots video in 4K at 24 fps and photos with a resolution of up to 24 megapixels. It has built-in image stitching, image stabilization and video streaming capabilities.

Also, the camera supports work with remote controls. WiFi 5G and Bluetooth 4.0 chips are responsible for communication with other devices. All this functionality fits in a body weighing 96 g and dimensions 46x46 mm. The CAMEO360 is controlled by a single universal button located on the end.

One of the most exciting features of CAMEO is 360-degree video streaming. With its help, users can broadcast their videos via Facebook or Youtube in real time.

The camera supports various shooting modes and offers an instant preview to the operator. It also allows you to edit already captured photo and video materials.

Comparative characteristics of the CAMEO360 and several of its competitors - including the undisputed market leader, the GoPro HERO5 - are summarized in this table.

The CAMEO360 will begin shipping in August this year and will be priced at $ 269.