The Ricoh Theta V is a 4K 360-degree spatial camera, and right now it's down to $344.99 on Amazon. That matches the lowest price we've ever seen, and we haven't seen it drop this low since March. The camera usually sells for a street price around $375 to $380. When it does go on sale, it normally doesn't drop below $360, so this is a great deal.
Ricoh Theta V 4K 360-degree spherical camera
Record 360-degree video at 30 fps with 3840 x 1920 pixel resolution. Also takes Hi-Res 360-degree stills at an equivalent of 14MP. It's powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor for enhanced accuracy and white balance. Has spatial audio recording.
$375.00 $30 off
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This is a unique camera that makes both 360-degree stills and videos. It can record video in 3840 x 1920 pixel resolution (also known as that oh so wonderful term 4K) at 30 fps. Improve the frame rate by bumping down the resolution. The video is recorded in the H.264 file format. The stills are Hi-Res 360-degree 14MP images.
Compared to previous generations, the Theta V uses a new Qualcomm Snapdragon processor that improves exposure accuracy and the white balancing algorithms. You can record anything as long as it's 10 cm away. The Theta V also has a 4-channel microphone that can record spatial audio in all directions, including both horizontal and vertical.
With the right wireless display adapter, you can use the Theta V's new Remote Playpack feature. It allows you to playback the images and videos you've recorded on any large monitor, which means you can get a preview of what you're working with. Decide then and there if you want to keep it and keep going without wasting space.
You can also connect the camera to your smartphone via Bluetooth Low Energy, which both opens you up to new usability and saves you on power. Use the phone like a viewfinder and enhance your control.
The camera has 19GB of internal storage, and you can transfer wirelessly on both iOS and Android. If that doesn't work for you, use a USB cable to transfer footage to an external hard drive.
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