What is the greatest capacity for memory card in Gear 360? 128 GB will be working?
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Last Reply: lunadude (Yesterday, 03:03 AM)
Very interesting! I'll check it out and share with other 3D image users. Thanks!
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Last Reply: lunadude (Yesterday, 02:58 AM)
Hmm, interesting. Was this a video of an interactive piece?https://youtu.be/yZOdelqXp2I
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Last Reply: PeterP (Mar 24 2017 07:56 PM)
Hi tunneldave, Great video, how did you fix the camera on your helmet, please?
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Last Reply: PeterP (Mar 24 2017 07:52 PM)
Hi @ All, I have the same problem as "brunnerimages". ...
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Last Reply: sansun (Mar 23 2017 12:32 PM)
Anyone try the remote shutter with your Ricoh Theta SC? Any comments?
Samsung Gear 360 memory cards
Posted 30 April 2016 - 07:31 AM
The camera supports up to 200GB microSD. I have a 64GB card in my camera and the camera software estimates approximately 5 hours of full resolution dual-lens video can be recorded. I don't know how accurate that estimate would be, and I'm sure it depends on the footage you are shooting.
I am at the end of my 2nd day of owning the camera and I've shot maybe 10 - 13 minutes of footage and the camera is back on the charger now. I have played around quite a bit with the settings and just making adjustments to the lenses through the phone app Galaxy 360. So I can not say the battery life is poor, but I could say make sure you have a micro USB cord or android phone charger handy.
Tonight as I was playing with controlling the camera through the Gear 360 mobile app I was notified of a firmware update for the camera. This tells me that software updates and other notifications will be pushed through your Samsung device that is linked to your camera. I have not yet ran the update.
I am not able to transfer files from the camera directly to my Windows 10 machine. I have connected with Bluetooth and usb cable. Bluetooth sees the Gear 360 as 2 separate devices. Nothing shows up when I am plugged in with the USB cable. I feel confident this is just a software release issue, and the drivers will become available soon.
This camera has a lot of potential to impact the consumer acceptance of the current VR technologies. $349 is a very good price for this little marvel of engineering.
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