We also heard a bit more about Kandao’s upcoming QooCam.
The QooCam can capture 4K 360 monoscopic, 180 Video shot with two parallel cameras (or in the case of 360° video, multiple pairs of parallel cameras) Commonly referr... More 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 A lens or focal length that shows more in the frame than a typical human field of view. (As opposed to a telephoto lens ... More An extreme wide-angle lens, with image distortion occurring at the edges of the frame. 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.