Fall seems to be the season of 360. Another consumer 360 camera is set to hit the market this November, the Vuze Camera from HumanEyes.
The Vuze Camera offers point-and-shoot simplicity, automatic stitching, and claims to be the only consumer-level 360 camera that can shoot 3D stereoscopic video, which makes this an ideal camera for amateurs, as well as fast-paced news crews and scene-setting 360 videos.
It’s equipped with eight full HD cameras, each with 120-degree horizontal and 180-degree vertical fields of view, which together offer 4K resolution at 30 fps. What makes it possible for this pocket-sized camera to shoot in 3D is the location of each camera.
“There are two cameras on each side, so it captures the whole sphere twice—one for your right eye and one for your left eye—so it simulates human vision, how we see things and feel depth,” said VP Products and Marketing Rutha Aronson. Although the camera can be controlled remotely from your phone using the Vuze app, there is currently no live review option.