It seems that action cameras are aplenty at CES 2013. Aside from Liquid Image, Panasonic, and Monoprice, Geonaute also unveiled their new sports camera. And to differentiate their action shooter from other competitors, they slapped three cameras on the gadget for some 360-degree fun.
At first glance, you could easily mistaken the device as a security camera. However, those three special cameras on top are packed with 8 MP wide angle lenses. It is capable of shooting 360-degree videos with 2048×1024 resolution. For photos, it comes with 4096×2048 high resolution in three different modes: single shot, time-lapse, and burst. Using the camera, you’ll get a complete view in 360 degrees horizontally and 150 degrees vertically.
For power, the Geonaute camera uses a 3,000 mAh battery, which gives you at least two hours of action footage. For storage, it accepts microSD cards of up to 32GB. Like any action camera, the Geonaute unit can survive the water with its IPX7 rating. There’s also a remote control wrist watch for the device and a mobile app.
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If you’re interested with the Geonaute 360-degree camera, you can grab one this coming summer for around $400.