Photokina 2016 has been the source of many new camera announcements, but they aren’t finished yet. Nikon has also made an announcement from the show, revealing a set of new action cameras alongside one that has been designed for virtual reality use. All of which will be added to their KeyMission line of cameras.

The first of these, and probably the most interesting is the KeyMission 360.

As the name suggests, the KeyMission 360 has been designed to capture 360-degree photography in full 4K resolution, for use with virtual reality and cool 360 action footage.

It is also waterproof up to 30 metres, and shock proof from head-height.


The KeyMission 80 is the second of the new action cameras.

It has been designed to be mounted on the chest, featuring a magnetic mount for quick access to the camera when you need to change angles or access the buttons.

It features a front and rear-facing lens, and it is both waterproof and shockproof.


Last on the list, is the KeyMission 170, which is capable of shooting time lapses, with the ability to shoot 4K video.

It is also waterproof up to 10 metres.

The KeyMission 80 will be available in the US from October for $279, the KeyMission 170 will also be available in that same month for $399, and finally the KeyMission 360 will be available also in October for $499 in the US.

You can find out more about all of them at the source link below.

Source: Nikon

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