Kodak is the next company to take a shot at becoming GoPro’s biggest competitor. With the release of the SP360, users will have many options on how they like to shoot their personal footage. The SP360 comes equipped with a 16-megapixel camera with an MOS sensor that records in full 1080/720p. The camera can also be controlled by Andoid or iOS, which is nothing new when compared to the GoPro. Lastly, Kodak was smart enough to make the camera water proof, freeze proof and shock proof from 6.6ft.
Whether it’s time-lapse, the 360 round mode, 360 panorama, front mode, front/ back mode – the SP360 has a lot to offer. Priced at $350, Kodak might soon be a top seller among portable cameras.
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This video that was recently released shows off the nature of the sport we call hockey. The GoPro captures all the profanity, fighting, and commentary from players and refs to get a true taste of what it is like to be on the ice. While this is just a test run for the AHL, I wouldn’t be surprised to see more of this, as technology is only getting better.