Capture your world in an instant with LG's 360 Cam
In addition to launching a new virtual reality headset, LG unveiled a portable 360 degree camera at This years N.W.C.
The device actually consists of two cameras and can capture immersive 360 degree photos.
There's also a physical shutter button on the camera itself, here at the center.
You can control the camera remotely using your Android phone, as well as using the camera lens Hands on display.
But if I have the camera set at the bottom so you can mount it to a standard tripod.
It also has a 1.2 [INAUDIBLE] hour battery, four gigs of internal memory, and external storage with a micro SD card slot.
No pricing or availability information has been announced yet, but LG does expect it to be released sometime after its G5 flag ship phone launches in April.
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