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Nikon announce new 360 camera – the KeyMission 360

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360 cameras are just starting to swell within the Australian market and it’s not surprising Nikon has jumped on this fast moving train. While it may not be surprising it’s definitely exciting as the new Nikon KeyMission 360 is not only small (unlike some 360 cameras on the market) its capable of shooting 4k video, and it also takes on the technical excellence of optical and image processing that Nikon is known for.

With an image sensor and lens combination on two opposite sides of the camera, captured images are combined in-camera to create a single realistic and high definition 360° image output. Ready to go on striking journalistic experiences, life’s noteworthy milestones or on soul-searching journeys, the camera is waterproof to the depth of 30metres even without a separate housing.

It also measures up reliably against dust, shock and low temperatures, with its design ready to facilitate a wide spectrum of outdoor and leisure activities.

Completing the design is an electronic vibration reduction mechanism, which is enabled via applications during playback, to reduce the effects of camera shake.

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“Building on Nikon’s expertise in imaging technology the new KeyMission 360 provides our users with an immersive experience, allowing them to capture all aspects of their environment without missing a beat,” said James Murray Director or Sales & Marketing, Nikon Australia. “With the development of the KeyMission 360, we are broadening our ecosystem into the action camera category, expanding possibilities for users to re-live their adventures and travels in incredible 360° Detail.”

 

Available in April 2016.
To pre-order the New Nikon KeyMission 360 head into your local store today or register your interest online.

 

Source: Nikon Australia Pty Ltd

 

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