New Kodak PixPro SP360 action camera with 4K video released

JK Imaging announced a new 4k version of the Kodak PixPro SP360 action camera ($299). Here are the main specs:

  • 12 megapixels, BSICMOS sensor
  • Fixed focus lens (F.2.8) that takes 360° spherical images
  • Viewing options: Dome (235°), Front, Global (360°), Ring, Segment (180° front and 180°rear) or Panorama mode
  • High speed videos 1280 x 720 (120fps); plays back with normal 50fps speed.
  • 4K HD videos in 2028 x 2028 (50fps)
  • Dimensions/weight: 46.5 x 50 x 53 mm/121 g

Press release:

JK Imaging Europe Ltd., the worldwide licensee for KODAK PIXPRO Digital Devices, has unveiled the extraordinary, evolutionary new KODAK PIXPRO SP360-4K Camera, the world first and most complete 4K recording device to capture stunning 360° immersive videos and still images without the need for multiple cameras.

With so much excitement over the KODAK PIXPRO SP360 Action Camera and with countless gleaming reviews and praises by tech and lifestyles editors, it is no surprise that the SP360 is on the forefront of leading technology helping YouTube content creators to share their world with 360-degree videos.

Indeed the creator of the world’s first 360-degrees cameras was also recognized by Google for being one of only a handful of devices to support YouTube’s recently launched support for 360-degree videos. Using the Pixpro free PC and Mac desktop editing software for the SP360, video enthusiasts can now transcribe any video created with a press of a single button to the YouTube 360-degree format and upload content seamlessly to their YouTube Channel creating Virtual Reality movies. YouTube channel is abundant of 360-degree videos taken with the KODAK PIXPRO SP360.

The SP360-4k Camera captures 360-degree field of view in multiple directions via its dome-shaped lens design and can be panned not only 360-degrees horizontally, but also up and down with a host of different vantage points and views for playback post-capture. It is easy-to-use and small enough to fit in the palm of a hand or pocket for extreme portability.

‘The KODAK PIXPRO SP360-4K revolutionises video recording and how you see and experience the World All Around You. This is the next step to Evolution for 360-degrees Cameras,’ said Mariame Cisse, marketing manager of JK Imaging Ltd. ‘You can now create the most pristine videos and photos in 4K and Direct and Act your own Virtual Reality movie,’ she continued.

KODAK PIXPRO SP360-4K is a magical piece of lens that captures 360 degrees angle All AROUND YOU, YOU ARE PART OF THE ACTION. The KODAK PIXPRO SP360-4K no doubts BRINGS YOU CLOSER.

Previously, 360° panoramic photography required users to possess advanced technique, specialized equipment and multiple cameras until JK Imaging released last year the SP360 Action Cam and changed the way we view the world, with this new SP360-4K designed for professionals it has Evolved into another dimension.

Last year release of the first KODAK PIXPRO SP360 was received with great acclaimed by the press and especially by the sport/action people as it was designed for them in mind to answer the challenge of recording themselves and the action at the same time without the use of several devices.

Engineered for unmatched portability and ease of use, the new KODAK PIXPRO 360-4K has been designed with the professionals in mind, and is full packed with technology that opens it to endless applications.

Innovations to the Quad Mode makes it a true partner as a Security devices and the flat magic mode allows Estate agents’ customers to virtually visit a property. The KODAK PIXPRO SP360-4K comes with a video conference feature and LiveView which enables participants to see in real time the world around them and be part of it. The SP360-4K Brings You Closer. Distance is no longer a limit.

The KODAK PIXPRO SP360- 4K has been designed and engineered to solve day to day challenges presented by professionals with the use of its split viewing 180-180 degrees as it can be used as a dashboard camera to record the subject and all around you.

With its stylish and sleek black design, it is NFC and Wi-Fi enabled so it can be used everywhere and anywhere. It features 10 different viewing modes that bring images and content closer to the user’s fingertips, resulting in a very personal and professional experience.

A custom-design LiveView allow users to participate in events on the other side of the planet and still keep the data extremely secure. With its motion detection feature users will never miss an action.

Powered with BSI Image sensor, high quality and high speed ensures better videos, with 12MP BSICMOS sensor and advanced optics the device help capture rich, detailed images now in 4K (2880:2880), and added features including time-lapse video, burst mode as well as 4K photos.

Like its predecessor, the KODAK PIXPRO SP360-4K comes with a wide range of attachments (over 12) from waterproof housing (up to 60m) to flat adhesive suction mount and remote control.

JK Imaging Europe is very pleased to be at the forefront of this technology with a 360-degree camera that action lovers, professionals and content developers are asking for.

“Our new SP360 4K enables you to enrich your communication with your friend, family, and co-workers. It just “BRINGS YOU CLOSER”

The KODAK PIXPRO SP360-4K will be sold with varying accessory bundles depending on geographical region. It will be available in October this year in Europe.

Via Amateurphotographer

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  • Adam Sanford

    Since when is 2028 X 2028 considered 4K video? I thought the standards were 3840 X 2160 or 4096 x 2160.

    Marketing shenanigans?

    • See it’s very easy to miss the point with something like this because everyone’s used to asking the same questions. This thing is a very special camera and only those who own it and know what magical things can be done with it know what this means… i.e. it’s far greater than a 360-degree camera and the 4K thing should just be read as “even better”.

      • Sebastian

        I see…

      • Eno

        What 4K, there is no 4K in there, only a square 2K image.

        • Yeah but I’d still give these guys an award than put them down for the 4K claim. This is a remarkable device.

          Sony used to say 1080i is “Full HD” too…

          • Eno

            Agree on what you say, but the 4K name represents a false advertising and should be removed.

          • Do you feel as strongly about the xbox/ps saying 1080p when they’re not 😉

          • Eno

            But I don’t care about game consoles. If I wold care, I wold comment on those forums accordingly. 🙂

          • Neopulse

            “wold,” lol

          • But you have to care about the injustice even if it happens to others or else it would be selfish not to 😀

          • Eno


          • Neopulse

            Pissed me off actually about that game false advertising.

          • MdB

            1080i IS Full HD. Being interlaced has nothing to do with spacial resolution.

          • Yes 1080i is FullHD according to Sony, as I said 😀

            Spatial resolution? No… wrong term.

          • MdB

            Ever the ‘expert’. Sorry but you are wrong, yes 1920 x 1080 is the spacial resolution, you are referring to the ‘I’ part which makes up part of the temporal resolution of video. What you are probably referring to is the use of anamorphic 1440 x 1080 as ‘1080i’ which is not Full HD as while when anamorphically stretched it produces 1920 x 1080, it is not ‘Full HD’ in terms of spacial resolution.

            1080i not Full HD? No… Wrong term.

          • Lol it’s not spatial resolution. Can’t be bothered explaining these basics. Google…

          • MdB

            Uses ‘lol’ + can’t explain = muppet.

          • Learn to click on a link and find out about the person you’re talking to, grandpa.

          • MdB

            I know who I’m talking to, it’s a loud mouth know it all, who just doesn’t.

          • If you can’t read how would you know? Lol

          • I’m smart enough to know that one who can’t figure out how to search for an answer on google doesn’t have the brain capacity to understand the answer. It’s called pruning the audience.

  • Fudge! I got two of the regular SP360s… one is still in the box. *sighs and pulls out wallet*

  • Oompsy

    I’m seriously curious how well one could digitally stabilize the video from this thing, just using a smaller resolution from the center, and using the FOV as a buffer for shakes and movement. I mean, 360 degrees seems absurdly unnecessary and perhaps downright annoying to watch.

  • Pat Mann

    Looks like 180 to me. Is there another lens on the back? Does it spin around? What am I missing? Or is this another half-spec like the 4k?

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