It's doesn't give you the best image quality, but this pocketable iPhone-only 360-degree camera gets the job done.
The compact dual-lens camera is loaded with top-end features for capturing and streaming spherical video, but it's not priced that way.
No longer a big eyeball, the shrunken 360-degree camera has a better design, improved video and more phone support -- including iPhone.
The Kodak Super 8 film camera brings the fun of shooting 8mm film into the digital age.
Not only did the company announce a first for the action cam category at the show, but it brought its folding high-speed tricopter drone along for the ride.
Combining everything great about the Hero4 cameras and then some, the GoPro Hero5 Black is a no-compromise capture device for the ordinary and extraordinary.
The Samsung Gear 360 is great for simple 360-degree video and photos. You'll just need the right Galaxy phone and a Windows computer to get the most from it, right out of the box.
If a GoPro camera and a performance data recorder had a baby, it would be the new Horizon dashcam.
The GoPro Hero5 Session brings top-notch features to an already great design.
The company issues a new model with minor updates over the XC10.
Interchangeable EF and PL mounts also make the feature list.
An action cam with a lot of features, excellent video quality and a more affordable price, the YI 4K is undeniably a good deal.
The $5,000 six-camera setup might be aimed at professionals, but the hardware-software combination looks easy enough for beginners.
The 360fly 4K is just all-around a better camera than the original, and its excellent mobile app is a definite plus compared to competing cameras. You'll just have to be forgiving of its image quality.
The versatile Kodak Pixpro SP360 4K is a 360-degree camera and 4K-resolution action cam rolled into one. You'll need better software than what's provided to get the most from it, though.
You can use the waterproof, LTE-enabled action camera to record video privately, or press a button to share your adventures with the world.
What's it like to use a 360-degree camera designed to create virtual reality content? This is what we learned from using the Ozo.
The Revl Arc uses a motor and a team of sensors to make sure your video stays level while you shoot, and automatically edit clips when you're done.