360fly launched their new 360 degree 4K action camera to the world back at CES 2016 but the oddly designed more or less spherical little shooter has recently become available for consumer purchase at a price tag of $499.99 across the U.S and will be available globally soon, including Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Latin America, Canada, South Africa, and China.
Coming with a 64 gigabyte internal memory and a pile of other remarkably robust features like internal telemetry sensors, an electric compass and the ability to pair a user’s smartphone to the camera via a downloadable app, the 4K action camera can also of course capture and smoothly stitch together high quality 4K ultra HD video into a smooth fabric of digital content that is supposed to be great for numerous outdoor and indoor uses.
The most notable thing in the 360fly, though, is the fact that the camera is slightly rugged; it’s shockproof, dustproof, and water resistant. In other words, this particular action camera is likely one of the better, more adventurous user-friendly 360 degree action 4K video recording opt on a market that’s expanding frequently.
While the 360fly does not have an LCD screen like the Kodak PixPro SP360 4K, but it does have two LEDs, one around the camera’s lone button, and one around the base. These change color from blue to the red when you start recording. It’s a clear visual indicator, and bright enough that I could see the color change in sunlight.