Earlier last month, Nikon surprised the world with the announcement of the Keymission 360, a 4K-resolution 360º action cam built with virtual reality (VR) in mind.
At the time, not much information was given on the device, with the exception of a few images and vague specs to base quality off of. Shortly after though, we saw the first video it was capable of putting out—nothing incredible, but not the worst out there.
A new product page though, from German online retailer Cyberport gives us a better look at what’s inside the camera and how much we should expect to pay.
From the looks of it, the Keymission 360 will feature a full resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels, be waterproof to 100 feet (30 meters), shockproof up to 6.6 feet (2 meters) and resistant to both dust and extreme temperatures.
IT seems the camera will also feature a vibration reduction technology for its two sensors and lenses. Audio is recorded via a built-in mic and, as expected, the camera will feature WiFI, NFC and Bluetooth connectivity.
According to the product page, the camera will be available on April 21st for around $500–550.