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Gear 360 vs Bublcam vs Kodak SP360-4K vs Vuze 3D vs 360fly 4K

Samsung Gear 360 Kodak Pixpro SP360 4K 4k Vuze 360fly 4k bublcam

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Poll: Gear 360 vs Bublcam vs Kodak SP360-4K vs Vuze 3D vs 360fly 4K (2 member(s) have cast votes)

Which you choose if price doesn't matter?

  1. Samsung Gear 360 (0 votes [0.00%])

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  2. Bublcam (0 votes [0.00%])

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  3. Kodak Pixpro SP360 4K (0 votes [0.00%])

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  4. Vuze (1 votes [50.00%])

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  5. 360fly 4K (1 votes [50.00%])

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#1 Felix1976

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    Posted 13 May 2016 - 06:44 PM

    Now lots of 360-degree cameras record videos in 4k quality. Here you can discuss about this comparison

    Samsung Gear 360 vs. Bublcam vs. Kodak Pixpro SP360 4K vs. Vuze 3D vs. 360fly 4K

    We can say that it is middle class.

     

    Samsung Gear 360 cost 350$
    Bubl cam cost 799$
    Kodak SP360-4K cost 449$
    Vuze 3D camera pre-order price 799$ (but it is shipping with VR Headset, so cost more)
    360fly 4K about 500$

     

    Which of these 360 cameras has the best value price/qulity in your opinion?

    How they work under water and how at night?

     

    Which cam would you like to have if price doesn't matter for you? You can vote or write your thoughts :)

     

     

     

    Samsung Gear 360

    samsung gear 360.JPG

     

    Bublcam

    bublcam.JPG

     

    Kodak Pixpro SP360 4K

    kodak pixpro sp360-4k.JPG

     

    Vuze 3D

    vuze 3d 360 camera.JPG

     

    360fly 4K

    360fly 4k.JPG

     

     



    #2 Guest_Mark_*

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    Posted 13 May 2016 - 09:56 PM

    So, people are asked to choose cameras that are not even available or reviewed...



    #3 Guest_junraymond_*

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    Posted 14 May 2016 - 06:54 AM

    They're all available now..

    #4 Guest_zaklanda_*

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    Posted 23 May 2016 - 03:42 PM

    I would add a criteria : 3D ability. But in this case only 2 cameras are able to :

    - vuze : which is natively 3D and 360°

    - kodak : the single camera only offers 180° (just a demi sphere). the real deal is 2 kodak camera. With this configuration, kodan can offer: either real 360°, by putting the 2 camera on the oposite. It's the normal way to use kodak cameras in order to have full 360° (whole sphere). But it's only in 2D. A trick would be to put the 2 camera side by side (no pun intended). Then we can have 3D. But only on a demi sphere

     

    So I would vote (if I was not a guest on this site :-)) vuze.

     

    Unfortunately : vuze is not available yet: pre-order, with expected date due on october this year. Besides you will not find it in your usual local store before long. , Vuze seems to be a startup.

    For now only the kodak is available worldwide.

     

     

     

     



    #5 Guest_AIRBOYD_*

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    Posted 24 May 2016 - 05:50 PM

    I returned my PixPro. The remote for turning on both cameras at once is very basic. If the cameras are mounted, you can't tell if they both turned on together. The stitching software included is basic and kills the quality of the video. When I called customer service, they recommended purchasing another $500-$800 stitching program. Currently testing 360Fly 4K.

     

    Here's the Kodak



    #6 Guest_Cem Aygun_*

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    Posted 25 May 2016 - 11:33 PM

    When I look at the design and specs of Vuze, it looks more like a circular camera then a spherical one. Single lens designs like kodak also have 360x180 coverage, but they cover a whole hemisphere in one direction. Because of that they can be operated back to back to cover the whole 360x360 sphere with negligible blind spots around where the two cameras meet.

     

    Vuze's design and admitted "360x180" coverage put together means that it would be covering only a small ring of fov vertically: 90 degrees of vertical view in any direction (central belt of the sphere), and 90 degrees of blind spots both above and below it. That means in a VR environment, you would be able to look only 45 degrees up and 45 degrees down. 

     

    That might be the price to pay for 3D VR video, but it still is a hefty one....

     

    For comparison, Samsung is said to have 20 degrees of blind spots above and below all in all...

     





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