Boxfish 360 — panoramic camera for underwater photography sensor format Micro Four Thirds
New Zealand’s Boxfish Research has announced the release of the professional underwater camera virtual reality 360 Boxfish. The camera uses the image sensor format Micro Four Thirds and ultra-wide angle lens. According to the manufacturer, this allows us to obtain clearer image with better colors than any action Cam. The new camera was shown at CES 2017. During this time she underwent extensive testing and the company began taking orders for Boxfish 360.
In fact, in the case Boxfish 360 is three cells, forming the image synchronously. The final video has a resolution of 5K. When shooting the available frame rates are 24, 25 and 3 fps. Photo resolution 12.1 MP stored in the DNG RAW. You can shoot videos up to 90 minutes. The box is designed for depths of 300 m. additional features of the device, the company will include the recording of data on depth, water temperature and orientation of the camera. The camera weighs 6 lbs. as a removable media are used cards microSD up to 64 GB.
Chamber price — 14990$.
Source: Boxfish Research