GoPro has made headway into the spherical camera market with its powerful Fusion 360 device.
The palm-sized shooter, which was initially unveiled in April, is the company's first consumer 360-degree camera. It can take photos in 8K resolution and uses two spherical lenses to capture 360-degree material. Apparently, said lenses are the equivalent of six normal GoPro cameras (how's that for a selling point?)
Design wise, the camera comes in a no-frills grey colorway. There's a rubber grip to ensure you don't drop it, and a little carry case to keep it safe.
Details on the Fusion are still sparse and GoPro hasn't unveiled a price, but rival devices tend to retail for between $250 — $350.
Peep the image above, and look out for further details coming soon.
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