Nico360 360-degree camera can live stream

Nico360 bills itself as the world's smallest 360-degree camera and the device is certainly very small. It measures in at 46mm x 46mm x 28mm and despite its small size; it packs in some very appealing features. Perhaps the biggest of those features is the ability to live stream your 360-degree videos. The body of the camera is waterproof meaning no case is needed when using it in or around water.

It has a glass lens and an integrated mic on the front. The sensors resolution is 25MP and it can record 1440p video. Integrated WiFi makes streaming video a snap and the camera is VR enabled. Integrated stitching combines the individual camera footage into the 360-degree video.

Bluetooth 4.0 is integrated along with image stabilization and the camera has a 1/4" mount on the bottom for attaching to tripods and other devices. The only downside I see is that the video camera uses fisheye lenses and the resulting video has a distorted look to it. Native recording resolution is 2560 x 1440 at 30fps and power comes from an internal 1400 mAh battery.

Video is stored to 32GB of internal storage and the camera has integrated rotation and G-force data recording. The camera is compatible with Android, Windows, and iOS devices. A single button on the site of the camera controls all functions including power, snapping photos, shooting video, and changing modes. Nico360 was seeking $50,000 and has raised over $57,000 as of writing. The final retail price will be $199, but there are super early bird units still available at $99 on Indiegogo right now. A full accessories pack with various mounts and a battery selfie stick as well as a VR headset is available. Shipping is estimated for September 2016.

SOURCE: Indiegogo