So you would like to capture 360-degree immersive videos with your Android device? You can always get a standalone VR camera or 360-degree cam add-ons to enhance your existing phones. Here are 5 360-degree cameras for Android you shouldn’t miss:
Giroptic 360 for Android Smartphones: transforms your phone into a 360-degree camera. It allows you to livestream to Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. It works with smartphones that have a Micro USB connector.
Insta360 Air 360° Camera: comes with a Micro USB head to attach to your phone. It captures 3008 x 1504 pixel photos. It is ready for livestreaming.
Dinhey 360-degree panoramic camera for Android: captures 360-degree video of the world around you. It weighs only 40g and has a super compact design.
Kodak Pixpro Orbit360 4K Camera: lets you capture 360-degree videos and photos and access them on your iOS or Android device. Comes with dual 20MP CMOS sensors.
Ricoh Theta V: a spherical video that records 3840 x 1920p video at 4K. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and has a 4-channel microphone. It connects to your phone via Bluetooth.
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