A new sample showing 4K 360 video footage from the GoPro Fusion has been shared, showing the Golden State Warriors’ victory parade.
In June, GoPro released its own sample footage, but more footage has been released since the pilot program for the Fusion began in July. The Golden State Warriors were selected as one of a handful of early partners.
GoPro received more than 20,000 applications for the program, and other recipients include travel vlogger Louis Cole, USA TODAY Network, FOX Sports, AccuWeather, Digital Domain, Getty Images, Legend 3D, Inc., Rapid VR and RYOT.
The camera can capture 5.2K video at 30 fps, and the resolution is high enough to support “overcapture,” allowing users to “punch out” 1080p flat video.
In photos release in June, the camera looks similar to the Hero5 Black, but is a bit bigger and square. It’s gray and features easily grip-able textured edges.
The camera was announced just ahead of NAB 2017. We’ll share more information as we learn more.
GoPro will continue to accept applications for its pilot program to accept new content partners. It plans to release the camera to the public later this year, but no prices or release dates have been announced.