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It's not the most creative name, but it gets the point across. The camera's two lenses can capture and create spherical 2K-resolution video as well as photos.
The camera's shutter release is just below the lens.
The camera's sheath can be used to protect the lenses when not in use or as a handgrip when shooting. In the bottom is a standard tripod mount, but the sheath can also help the 360 Cam stand on its on.
Though it looks a lot like Ricoh's Theta cameras, it seems considerably bulkier and frankly, not as attractive.
Each lens has a 200-degree angle of view. On the side are buttons for power and wireless.
This is great for getting a quick 360 selfie, but it's so close to the extreme fisheye lens that you'll end up with a giant thumb in your shot.
Though you'll be able to view photos and video with LG's VR glasses, you can also explore your shots at arm's length with your fingertips.
Using Bluetooth, you'll be able to connect to the LG G5 and use it as a viewfinder in addition to controlling the camera and transferring content for sharing.