Today Casio unveiled a new 360-degree camera called the EX-FR200.
It is capable of capturing 180-degree footage from its 3,888 x 3,888-pixel fisheye spherical view, or 360-degree footage from its 7,456 x 1,864-pixel panorama view.
This is done with a detachable lens unit, which allows the body of the camera to control both of the lens at the same time, they can also be separated if you wish.
It also features a 1.35mm lens that can produce an image similar to that of a 13.4mm lens on a 35mm camera, with a 12-megapixel CMOS sensor behind it. The camera can also shoot video in 4K Ultra HD, as well as 360-degree video.
The body of the Casio EX-FR200 is also waterproof, freeze proof and drop-resistant.
It can also be used along with a controller that connects via Bluetooth or Wi-FI, via a smartphone application for a number of other functions.
It will also offer a number of mounting options, allowing you to mount it on your head, with the ability to mount the controller onto something like your bike’s handlebars.
It is expected that the camera will be launched in the middle of September, however, no prices or worldwide availability has been announced by Casio yet.
You can find out more about it at the source link below.
Source: Casio (Google Translate)