As we all know digital cameras are relatively new tech gadgets which have been consolidating in the last 20 years, before that taking pictures was definitely harder and more time consuming.
But evolution didn’t stop at digital cameras, as we’ve seen in the last years, cameras have evolved from taking simple 2D photos to the new 360 degrees images we’re now able to capture with cameras like the Samsung Gear 360, Ricoh Theta SC, MGCOOL Cam 360 and more.
Of the three, the cheapest alternative at the moment is the MGCOOL Cam 360 which costs $131, a good price considering that other cameras go for more than double its price.
The MGCOOL Cam 360 allows you to capture 360 degree images thanks to its dual 220 degree lens setup, the two images get then stitched together to create a VR photo. You can also do the same with videos at a resolution of 1920x960px. But note you need a smartphone to check what the camera is capturing as there’s no on-body display.
Here’re some photo samples straight from the MGCOOL Cam 360: