|Mark Peters : March 30th 2017 – 16:35 CET
|Samsung’s 2017 Gear 360 introduces 4K image capture : The Samsung Gear 360 2017 model comes with 4K video resolution and 360-degree capture. Yesterday at the Unpacked 2017 press event in New York city, Samsung Electronics unveiled the next generation Gear 360. For the first time, the Gear 360 offers 4K video recording for fantastic and realistic content. The Gear 360 comes with 8.4 megapixel image sensors and bright F2.2 optics on both fisheye lenses. The small one-handheld device can record high resolution images, the Gear 360 is lightweight and compact, offering an expanded Samsung Virtual Reality ecosystem. The Samsung 2017 Gear 360 is compatible with a selection of third-party accessories and is the perfect partner for Samsung’s latest flagship phones, including the newly-released Galaxy S8 phone series.|
Samsung Gear 360 4K capture
The 2017 Gear 360 leverages Samsung’s innovative technologies and services to seamlessly share, view and edit content. Whether creating a 360-degree video or still images, users can access various viewing modes, editing tools and photo effects and filters to create customized content. Samsung Gear 360 4K users can also effortlessly convert 360 videos into standard formats for easy-to-share content. The Gear 360 introduces real-time content sharing. When the Gear 360 is synced with a compatible smartphone or computer, the new device enables users to share their best experiences with high-quality live broadcasting or direct uploading to platforms such as Facebook, YouTube or Samsung Virtual Reality.