Sporting a body that looks a bit like a squashed, sharp-edged R2D2, Kodak’s latest foray into the action cam market is called the PIXPRO SP360. Equipped with a dome-shaped lens, the camera is capable of recording action in a full 360 degrees at 1080p high-def resolution. Stills can be nabbed in 10-megapixel clarity.
According to Kodak, the PIXPRO SP360 is equipped with a 16-megapixel MO sensor that captures video at 30 frames per second. Different settings record your dare-devilish feats in up to four unique modes: Front view captures action at 212 degrees; Split view makes it possible to record 180-degrees simultaneous front and rear view; Dome gets it all in 214 degrees; and Sphere, as you might imagine, records video in 360-degrees.
All the better to rank among the most durable of action cams, the PIXPRO SP360 is said to be freeze-proof, splash-proof, dust-proof, and shock-proof. Built-in Wi-Fi capability lets you sync the camera up to a mobile device or computer from distances of up to 65 feet.
A cool $350 will secure ownership of the PIXPRO SP360. For an extra $50, you can also score a waterproof case that’ll let you capture your undersea stunts.