Samsung’s much anticipated “Gear 360” 360° Video Camera was released for sale in South Korea and Singapore on 29 April 2016, but is still not available for sale anywhere else in the world (although announcements are expected in June).
Samsung have just provided information about the internal components of the Samsung gear 360 :
The case is sturdy and compact, and is IP53 dust and splash resistant, keeping it safe in most conditions (but is NOT waterproof).
2) G1 Lens (Glass 1 Lens)
The 2 tough, tempered glass lenses offer 195 degrees angle of view. Both lenses are also F2.0, letting you capture vivid, bright images in lower light conditions.
3) Front Bracket
Contains a 0.5-inch PMOLED display. The 72-by-32 pixel screen is allows for selection of a variety of modes and settings. Start or stop shooting by pressing the OK Key.
4) Camera Module
Includes an accelerometer and gyroscope sensor to ensures content are a perfect 360 degrees, constantly adjusting the cameras’ movements.
The Gear 360 offers a variety of shooting modes—in addition to regular photos and videos, there is time-lapse video (for slow events, like sunsets) and looping video (for creating seamless action that repeats).
5) Cu Plate
Designed to minimise overheating. The device has a variety of materials inside to ensure heat is kept under control, including a copper (Cu) plate and other thermal interface materials (TIM).
6) Main Board
The mainboard houses the CPU and the DRIMe5s image processor. The microSD card slot here can support memory cards of up to 200GB.
7) Battery Chamber & Battery
The battery chamber is designed to hold a 1,350 mAh lithium ion battery, powerful enough to record up to 140 minutes of video.
8) Camera Lens
The Gear 360 features two CMOS 15 megapixel fisheye lenses, each of which can capture high-resolution images and videos in 195 degrees.
9) Rear Bracket
The Gear 360 features a wide range of connectivity, including Wi-Fi direct, Bluetooth, NFC and USB Port, so it is easy to share videos and photos, make films and edit workflows, right from your smartphone or PC. The bracket houses other key features of the Gear 360, including the microphone, speaker, and the mount, which can connect to a tripod. Various third-party accessories can also be attached to the universal tripod hole, like mounts or a release buckle.
- Posted by Andy
- On May 27, 2016
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