Dual lens technology for true 360 degree video or photos:
Using two lenses minimizes image distortion and maximizes field of view to a real 360 degrees. Each lens records at full HD 1080p 30 fps. Take still image 360 degree photos at 5 MP.
Wi-Fi with dedicated Safari-Connect 360 App for iOS and Android smartphone or tablet:
Connect directly to your smartphone or tablet to preview, compose, review and upload your adventures wirelessly. The app stitches the content from both lenses automatically to create a full 360 immersive video or photo. Camera settings and functions can also be changed and adjusted wirelessly through the Safari-Connect 360 App.
Maximum Aperture: f/2.0
Lens: Fixed Focus
Angle of View: Dual 220 degrees for Complete 360 degrees
Effective Focal Length: 1.1mm
Recording Media: microSDHC Up to 64 GB (Class 10 Recommended)
Video Format: High Definition, H.264, 1920 x 1080P @ 30 FPS (Stitched Content is 1920 x 960p)
Photo Format: JPG
Still Image Resolution: 3008 x 1504 (5 MP)
Outputs: 1 x USB Micro-B
Battery: Internal Lithium-Ion Battery Pack, 1500 mAh
Charging Method: USB
Weight: 0.106 kg
Dimensions: 6 x 5 x 3.5cm
Safari 360 conversion software for Mac and PC:
Safari 360 conversion software for Mac and PC can be used to convert your files making them shareable on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube (software can be downloaded from www.safaricam.ca).
Rated 2 out of
"Subpar quality, basic camera, but easy to use""While the camera is easy to use, and the app certainly works fine. Both the camera and app are pretty basic. All of those should have been okay. However, the final exported quality of the photos are subpar. They're okay to look at, but you can't wow anyone, regardless of what you put in the photo. The photo it spits out are VERY grainy, even at ISO100 that the photo is reporting. Looking at the unprocessed Jpeg on the SDcard, I can see why.... The photos are pretty blurry, and the camera applies too much sharpening when it stitches the sphere together. Anything you are taking a photo of at the sides will loose a whole lot of detail. I can only recommend if you are looking for an easy to use, basic 360 camera. If you want to take making amazing 360 photos seriously, I'd recommend looking at anything but this."