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Pro No stitching
Since there's only one lens which captures with a 360x240 degrees field of view, there's no stitching being done.
Pro Suitable for recording sports or other outdoor activities
360Fly is dust-resistant (IP6X certified), water-resistant up to 50 meters, and shock-resistant up to 1.5M. The exterior is also rubberized to make it harder for it to split when handled with wet hands.
This makes it a great device for recording extreme sports or general outdoor recording.
Pro Extremely easy to edit a video or photo once it's captured
After shooting a clip and before sharing it, the app will let you choose which sections of a video to include in the final shared version, add music and even adjust the playback speed of your video or parts of it.
Pro Capable of capturing spherical videos
The 360Fly 4K can be combined with another camera so to shoot completely spherical, immersive videos.
Pro Supports live preview
When the camera is turned on, so is the camera's Wi-Fi and Bluetooth which are used to connect to a mobile phone that has the camera's app installed. Once that's done you can then change the app's settings and have a live view of what the camera is capturing straight from the app.
Con Poor lighting adjustments
The visibility of images is poor in darker lighting.
Con Issues with recorded audio
Audio captured more than a few feet from the camera sounds rather low and muffled. There's also no way to add an external mic.
Con There's purple fringing around subjects in high-contrast areas
There's some purple fringing when there's a high contrast in the video or photo. This is not very visible on smartphone screens unless you zoom in. However, it's very visible on computer monitors.
Con The view is not spherical
The 360Fly 4K has only one lens which makes it a 360x240 degree camera. Because of this you lose about 120 degrees below the camera.