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Pro Works great when exposed to the elements
The 360eyeora is shock, vibration, dust, and water resistant, making it very suitable for outdoor use.
Pro Footage isn't stitched
360eyeora captures footage in a unique way. It captures what's reflected off of the cone beneath the lens. It allows capturing 360-degree photos and videos with a single lens. That essentially means the image is uniformly lit and has no stitches.
Pro Can take pictures while recording video footage
Users can take still photos, even when the device is recording video footage. This can come in handy when one wishes to take a still or capture something in a particular direction.
Pro Convenient remote control
Comes with a Bluetooth remote control that allows you to start and stop video recording without touching the camera.
Pro Available now
Unlike some 360 cameras, the 360eyeora is available for purchase today.
Con Blind spots at the top and bottom
The camera only captures circular videos - not spherical. At the same time, captured footage includes blind spots at the top and bottom.
Con Manual is somewhat confusing
Functions and controls are not explained well in the manual. This implies that the user must learn through trial and error, which is rather time-consuming.
Con Companion app and remote could be better
Missing features from the companion app (such as not being able to wirelessly download videos to one's device) makes for a lackluster experience.
Con Only waterproof up to 1m for 30 mins
IP67 is suitable only for splashes, but IP68 or better is needed for much wetter environments.