LG 360 Cam prices in Hong Kong

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LG 360 Cam Specs

LG 360 Cam Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
Model360 Cam
DateMar 2016
Picture quality
Camera typeCompact camera
Megapixel13 MP
Maximum image resolution2560 х 1280

LG 360 Cam Expert Reviews

hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2017-01-04
Selfies and social media have made sharing your daily experiences a must-do. Now, camera companies have moved on to what they hope is the next big thing – giving the world your global overview. 360-degree cameras do just that, using two extreme fish-eye l...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-19
Superior image quality, Solid build quality, has reassuring heft and stable builtin tripod, Two additional shooting modes: time lapse and looping video, Inconspicuous and smaller, easier to fit in pockets, Instantly saves a usable 360 photo or video, Has...Inconveniently located shutter key (you have to shuffle the camera and it's hard to reach), Impossible to use without a new Samsung Galaxy phone, Stitching panoramas and saving them takes quite a long time, Far worse image quality, Noticeable stitching ar...
One might be complaining all day long that mobile technology is not advancing at the same break-neck speed it did just a few years back. And that could be true, but it does not mean there is no excitement in tech. Quite the opposite: there has been one n...
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androidheadlines.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-06
There has been a number of trends developing of late and one of the newest is certainly 360-degree cameras. These are cameras which look to capture far more of what is going on than you will normally get to see when using a traditional non-360 camera. Two...
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channelnews.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-07-28
LG didn't exactly blow us away with their lightweight 360 VR headset. Though an slimmer alternative to the bulkier headsets currently available, it didn't really come together. When it came to providing an quality virtual reality experience it fell flat...
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canadianreviewer.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-25
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straitstimes.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-20
At just 25mm thick, and around half the height and breadth of an iPhone 6s Plus, the LG 360 Cam is the smallest and lightest camera in this roundup. It is also the cheapest here.The 360 Cam looks like a smaller Ricoh Theta, but it comes with a protective...
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itwire.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-07
LG's 360 CAM is a beautifully designed, very functional, usable 360° camera – the only issue is that you need to think about what is around, above, behind, and in front of you. Let's call the totality of 360° photography the “photosphere”.In the old days...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-01
Less expensive than most 360-degree camera, Easy to hold and operat, Portabl, pocketable designUploading videos in 360-degree format requires desktop ap, Hard-to-hear audio cues outdoor, Not water-resistant
The 360-degree camera for the selfie generation, LG’s 360 cam ($199) takes reasonably good videos of you — and everything around you — and does so in a small and convenient package. While it lacks some of the features of other 360-degree cameras — such as...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-06-15
The LG 360 Cam is an easy-to-use and comparatively inexpensive 360-degree point-and-shoot camera. It's compact and its clever case doubles as a handgrip. Its mobile app lets you preview and review your shots as well as control the camera. You can shoot wi...Requires a microSD card that's not included. Photos and videos have to be downloaded to your phone or computer before they can be viewed. The battery is built in. No editing options for photos or video in the mobile app or desktop software. Limited photo-...
The current crop of 360-degree cameras have one thing in common: They're expensive at upward of $350. LG's 360 Cam is the one exception at the moment coming in at a more reasonable $200 (£200, AU$400).A low price is a convincing argument when trying to ge...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2016-06-14
The LG 360 Cam is an easy-to-use and comparatively inexpensive 360-degree point-and-shoot camera. It's compact and its clever case doubles as a handgrip. Its mobile app lets you preview and review your shots as well as control the camera. You can shoot wi...Requires a microSD card that's not included. Photos and videos have to be downloaded to your phone or computer before they can be viewed. The battery is built in. No editing options for photos or video in the mobile app or desktop software. Limited photo-...
The current crop of 360-degree cameras have one thing in common: They're expensive at upward of $350. LG's 360 Cam is the one exception at the moment coming in at a more reasonable $200 (£200, AU$400).A low price is a convincing argument when trying to ge...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-06-14
The LG 360 Cam is an easy-to-use and comparatively inexpensive 360-degree point-and-shoot camera. It's compact and its clever case doubles as a handgrip. Its mobile app lets you preview and review your shots as well as control the camera. You can shoot wi...Requires a microSD card that's not included. Photos and videos have to be downloaded to your phone or computer before they can be viewed. The battery is built in. No editing options for photos or video in the mobile app or desktop software. Limited photo-...
The current crop of 360-degree cameras have one thing in common: They're expensive at upward of $350. LG's 360 Cam is the one exception at the moment coming in at a more reasonable $200 (£200, AU$400).A low price is a convincing argument when trying to ge...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2016-06-01
Easy to use, 2K video resolution, Works with Android and iOS, Small and lightweight, Cheaper than the competitionSoftware glitches, No MicroSD card included
The 360 Cam may be one the LG G5's “Friends” but it's not like the Cam Plus or the Hi-Fi Plus, because it's an accessory and not a module that slips into the phone's body. This makes it the odd one out in LG's initial range of Friends for the G5, but doe...
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thetechrevolutionist.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-23
After the domination of selfie photographs in the world, the next big thing in mobile photography is all about 360. With multiple cameras, it is now possible to capture photographs in 360 degrees. Viewers can simply manipulate a 360 degree photograph to g...
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hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2016-05-21
Small and light form factor, Easy to use, AffordableSmartphone app pretty much essential, No internal storage, No starter microSD card in the package, Image quality could be better
The LG 360 Cam is a small pocket-sized 360-degree VR camera with dual 13-megapixel , 206-degree fisheye lenses, one on the front and one on the back. When you take a photo or video, the camera stitches both images together into a 360-degree shot (like the...
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stuff.tv
Reviewed on 2016-05-20
Works with pretty much any Android device, Idiot-proof design, Makes capturing 360 content easyA little too pricy, Patchy image quality
With 4K well and truly arrived now the next big thing in video is 360-degree footage.Samsung's made one , Nikon's made one , Facebook's made one that you can't actually buy and GoPro is rumoured to be making one. Now LG's joined the throng with the 360 Ca...
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stuff.tv/my/
Reviewed on 2016-05-20
Works with pretty much any Android device, Idiot-proof design, Makes capturing 360 content easyA little too pricy, Patchy image quality
With 4K well and truly arrived now the next big thing in video is 360-degree footage.Samsung's made one , Nikon's made one , Facebook's made one that you can't actually buy and GoPro is rumoured to be making one. Now LG's joined the throng with the 360 Ca...
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straitstimes.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-04
360 cameras are not breakthrough products anymore. The Ricoh Theta pioneered consumer 360 cameras in 2013 and, since then, rivals such as the Bublcam, Allie Cam and 360cam have been launched.However, this year marks the first time that major smartphone ma...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-05-03
From the outside, it doesn’t look too dissimilar from the Ricoh Theta S . Its comfy, upright design makes it easy to grip in one hand, and a pair of slightly bulbous 180-degree lenses sit at the top in opposite directions. The camera then stitches these i...
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ausdroid.net
Reviewed on 2016-04-21
My very first impressions, on seeing the G5 launch in Barcelona, was that LG was onto something here. The phone itself is striking, and yet perhaps understated. It doesn't ooze glitz like Samsung's Galaxy S7 range, and I think that's a good thing — it's m...
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mashable.com
Reviewed on 2016-04-20
Easy to use, Cheap (for a consumer 360-degree camera)Buggy software, Picture quality could be better
All things considered, LG has a pretty good position in the market: The LG 360 Cam, while not perfect, offers more than its current competitors for a significantly lower price...
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