Stop! Wait a minute. Don’t put a banana, ice, and whey protein in here. This is not what you think it is, I assure you. Yes, I realize this looks like a blender or food processor. Even the name of the V360 HD sounds like a blender. But, I promise you, it is not a blender. It’s actually a really cool 360 degree, waterproof camera. It’s advertised as “The World’s first 360 degree seamless HD action camera.” What a mouthful. (Once again, Don’t attempt to eat from this.)
V360 HD Camera.
The V360 HD Cam looks like trash. (Garbage disposal?) I’ll be the first to admit it. But how does that old saying go? You can’t tell a book by its cover? Right. And you can’t tell the cool functionality present in this device just by looking at its horrible exterior. The V360 HD is what it claims to be, the world’s very first seamless 360 HD action camera. It actually pulls it off. So if you want that, then you have to deal with the way this thing looks. Period. And hey, you never know, this could double as a nanny cam. Just sit it on the kitchen counter and it will “blend” right in to the surroundings (See what I did there?). Obvious risks include someone trying to make a smoothie inside of it, but life is about taking risks. Okay? Okay. Moving on, let’s go over a quick rundown of the V360 HD camera specs. When they say seamless, they mean seamless. The V360 comes with a quad-core Snapdragon processor, running at 2.3 GHz. That’s similar to what’s inside of your Samsung Galaxy phone. That processor, along with advanced single lens technology, allows for a seamless capture of the whole three hundred and sixty degrees on the first try. No post processing or stitching of the video later on. Everything is good after the first time. With a GPS, altimeter, barometer, accelerometer, and dual stereo microphones — the V360 HD is sure to capture and record every move you make. It’s also shock, dust, and waterproof.
Wait, what? What are you still doing here? I would have already been filling out my info on the Amazon check-out page by now! No, but seriously, I’ve never seen anything like this out there before. And if you want to film 360 degrees all around you, this seems like a pretty awesome option. Imagine putting this in the middle of a half-pipe or some other kind of obstacle course or sports arena. Bananas. In my mind, I’d use it to recreate crazy 360 action scenes like this one from the movie Swordfish.: