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10th Oct 2017
No Film School
GoPro doesn't want you to just capture virtual reality with the Fusion. It wants you to relive the real thing.
At NAB back in April, GoPro announced that they were entering the VR camera market with their 360-degree spherical camera, Fusion. Information about this interesting little camera was virtually non-existent, but now that GoPro has taken it out of its pilot program, we're able to catch a glimpse at the whole enchilada, including specs, price, availability, and test footage that might very well knock your socks off.
Fusion boasts 5.2K resolution, powerful gimbal-like image stabilization in-camera, and spherical surround sound. It's also waterproof at up to 16-feet, has a voice command feature, and works with the GoPro app so you can preview your shots and stitch them together right on your phone. Oh, and did I mention that it doesn't look like a ball of cameras glued together?
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cameras, GoPro, Fusion, VR, Virtual Reality