QooCam says it’s the world’s first interchangeable 4K 360° & 3D camera

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QooCam is crushing its Kickstarter goal and the next best price available is the Early Bird Kit at $299USD.

One of the more popular trends over the past few years has been recording video via cameras like the GoPro. These small and portable cameras offer up 4K video in a small package. Now QooCam wants to be your go-to action camera with both 4K 360° & 3D.  QooCam is the “world’s first” 4K camera that combines innovative features of both 360° & 3D stereo filming technology. Thanks to its “unique” 3 lenses, IMU stabilizer, and depth map tech, QooCam features shake free, after-shooting refocus 120 FPS and time-lapse capabilities. It doesn’t matter if you are a professional or just getting started, you can freely direct and edit all your moments with QooCam’s Master Editor app.

QooCam is designed for recording 4K videos and photos with a full 360° range. Thanks to its 4K with full sensor readout, you can record the memorable moments in great details and create high quality 360 videos on the go. PS: 360º 4K means the entire 360º video or photo is in 4K resolution. However, since you can only view the 360º video or photo in the different field of view and not the whole image, the content quality you’re watching on the traditional sized screen is going to be less than 4K.

Relive your moments as if you were there again with its amazing 3D 4K videos with a 180° wide angle. Capture and relive your moments like how you really experienced them the first time. Using the latest and most revolutionary depth-based technology, QooCam allows you to refocus photos after shooting them. When shooting in the 3D 180º mode, QooCam can estimate the distance of the subjects in the frame and generate a depth map for special effects post-filming. Now, you can edit your photo and choose which the main subject of the content after shooting.

QooCam is crushing its Kickstarter goal and the next best price available is the Early Bird Kit at $299USD. As with any crowdfunding campaign, there is a risk supporting them. We’ve recently heard about several that we’ve written about that have failed or are having issues. Our reporting on crowdfunding campaigns does not mean we support or are affiliated with them. Support at your own risk.

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