Capture it All with the 360Fly 4K

by Nicole Quasté

Jun 8, 2017

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Products / Technology

Rather than try and capture moments with your smartphone, there are several great video camera options designed specifically for travelers — one of the best is the 360Fly 4K.


This tiny camera — only 61mm — gets you right in the middle of the action, whether you’re skydiving, biking or going on a tour you want to remember every moment of.


The 360Fly 4K shoots an impressive 360-degree video for unique video coverage, ideal for skiing, snowboarding, skydiving and parachuting. You can also disable 360-degree mode and turn the camera on its side to use it as a regular action camera, ideal for biking and hiking. The 4K version of the camera comes with 64 GB of storage, compared to the HD version, which only holds 16 GB. With the 360-degree shooting capability comes slightly less crisp picture than you’d get with a regular video camera, but the resolution of the 4K still offers high pixel resolution. The camera works over WiFi and Bluetooth, so you can easily connect while you’re on the go.


The camera comes with different mounts for helmets, handlebars and anywhere else you need the camera to be to capture your adventures.


The 360Fly 4K camera retails at $499.99, while the 360Fly HD retails for less, at $299.99, though you sacrifice picture quality, storage space and recording rate.



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