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Hi everyone!

I'm new to the forum so this is my first post. At school myself and a group of others are sending a camera up into space, and we want to also use a 360 camera up there - possibly the Samsung Gear 360 2017 edition. The only trouble is the low temperatures of around -45C / -50F (and possibly below) at 100,000ft (30km) altitude where the He balloon will burst.

Does anyone have any tips on doing this, so as to still be able to achieve a 4k 360 video, without the camera completely breaking?

Thanks in advance!


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