Recently, MokaCam smashed through its fundraising goal on IndieGoGo for its Moka360 camera. The Moka360 claims to be the world’s smallest 360 camera, and—excluding 360 cameras that must clip onto a smartphone—I tend to believe it. The teeny tiny 360 video camera is about the size and shape of a single GoPro.
The camera features dual 220-degree lenses that can capture 2K video at 30 fps. All footage is stitched within the camera and can easily be live streamed or shared using Moka’s iOS and Android app. The camera also offers rotate stabilization and comes with a magnetic mount.
The Moka360 is expected to ship in March of 2017 and is currently available for pre-order at $119 for the camera and cables or $188 for the camera, cables and a handful of accessories, including a waterproof case that can withstand depths of up to 40 meters. Of course, all the usual crowd funding caveats apply – backing a product does not guarantee it will arrive, or function the way you wanted it to.
For more information, visit MokaCam’s website.