Ricoh has updated its Theta apps for iOS to support 4K timelapse videos on iPhone 6S and above.
However, there have been no updates on the specs, price or release date of Ricoh’s 4K 360 camera, which it announced at NAB 2017.
The camera can record 4K 360 video at 30 fps and livestream in 4K as well. It will also have a built-in four-channel microphone to record spatial surround sound audio.
The camera is expected to launch later this year, but no further information has been shared.
In other Ricoh-related news, Ricoh employee Olivier Vriesendorp captured the world’s first 360 footage of the summit of Everest. His 360 photos from the climb were spotted by Immersive Shooter contributor and 360 Rumors blogger Mic Ty, and are are available here.