Video is getting increasingly popular these days — whether you're capturing a clip for Instagram or editing a tutorial for YouTube. The 360fly HD Video Camera captured the attention of Wired, CNET, USA Today and Tom's Guide for its ability to record immersive video with the world’s widest single-lens camera.
This camera started a recording revolution for its ability to capture VR-compatible footage and 360º stills on the go, for high-quality clips that gain traction from audiences wherever you decide to show them off — whether it's on a social platform or your own personal website. You can take this powerful little camera with you anywhere, thanks to its dust-proof, shock-proof and water-resistant build, and even use the accompanying mobile and desktop apps to add more functionality to the camera.
You can use the mobile app to turn your phone into your camera's viewfinder, and use both the smartphone and home computer to capture, edit, add effects to and share your content online. Record and store up to 3 hours of 360° HD footage, edit and share video in 90 seconds or less and export your best 360° edits directly to YouTube and Facebook.
All you need to do to share your best clips is press a single button, and you can gain the following you want. Usually, the 360fly HD Video Camera is $299.99, but you can get it now for $69.99.
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