We also heard a bit more about Kandao’s upcoming QooCam.
The QooCam can capture 4K 360 monoscopic, 180 stereoscopic or 180 monoscopic video and photos, simply by adjusting the lenses’ positions. It can also capture 360 video at 2880 x 1440 at 60 fps or 2160 x 1080 at 120 fps, 4320 x 2160 photos and has a time lapse mode.
And, it can live streaming 360 flat video, 180 3D video, or both at the same time.
It’s equipped with three 220-degree wide angle fisheye lenses with an F/2.2 aperture, has a micro SD card slot supporting cards up to 256 GB, and can record for up to 80 minutes continuously. It also has built-in stabilization.
The QooCam is also equipped with Kandao’s stereo vision and depth mapping technology for maximum post-production opportunities and effects. Two of these options include refocusing (seen below) and background editing.
The QooCam will work alongside both Android and iPhones, and includes access to some smartphone-based editing tools, details of which have yet to be unveiled.
More details, including price and additional features, will come in March when the QooCam launches on Kickstarter.