Nikon grabbed the limelight at the CES, when its brand new KeyMission 360 camera, made its debut. The one-of-a-kind wearable 4K camera can record 360 degrees images and video. It is an action-oriented camera which is tailored to be used for outdoors and even underwater, as the camera is exceedingly sturdy.
It can be employed underwater up to a depth of 100 feet and can endure low temperatures. The camera is also dust-proof and shock-proof as well.
The camera is tipped to be available in the market in the middle of 2016. Nikon is pinning its hope that its very own camera will perform well in the market.
The camera will be pitted against GoPro’s camera which can be attached onto all kinds of surface in all types of environments. It is indeed interesting to see how the two cameras will perform against each other.
Nikon is on an all-out effort in pitching for its camera as it posted series of 360 degree interactive videos in YouTube putting the spotlight on the features of the camera. KeyMission 360 appears like a formidable device and might turn out to be a total game changer.
According to the company, the contents of the videos below were recorded and weaved together directly on the KeyMission 360. Keep in mind though that these are interactive videos, so see to it that you employ arrow keys situated in the upper left hand corner of each YouTube video to look into at different angles.
After running the videos, the KeyMission 360 appears like an extremely valuable and fun camera for outdoor fanatics, filmmaker and who would like to have a video camera
The camera will certainly stir up your flair for creativity and quench your thirst in having high-quality videos.