Nikon KeyMission 360
  1. With a price of 499 euros, the camera is not a bargain.
  2. It offers 360-degree images in a compact housing.
  3. The image quality is good, although the internal merging of both camera images could be better.
  4. The angle of the lenses does not overlap optimally.
  5. With a nearly dice-like construction with an edge length of about 6 centimeters and a weight of less than 200 grams, the most elaborate model of a three-headed product family is a flexible travel companion.
  6. The technical concept is suitable for tech-savvy people who want to capture their extraordinary outdoor activities in spectacular all-around images.
  7. The strong and the weak The technology of all-round vision could have copied Nikon in the Chamaleons: Two lenses are mounted on opposite sides of the Acion-Cam and each cover a field of view of 180 degrees.
  8. While the lizard joins together the images of the eyes positioned laterally on the head according to a still unknown principle in the brain, the camera needs the additional work of the smartphone for the construction of the 360-degree image.
  9. Nikon uses its snap-bridge technology to continuously transfer image material via Bluetooth to the phone or tablet.
  10. Among the product advantages is the good outdoor-ability: The waterproof Action-Cam is ready to work in a water depth of up to 30 meters for 60 minutes.
  11. With the members of the KeyMission family, the manufacturer enters uncharted territory and for the first time puts on devices in the class of action cams.
  12. Variant 360 is one of the three founders of the model series at the time of its appearance.
  13. In addition, the device is celebrated in the professional world as a crucial pioneer for the photography and videography in the panoramic format of 360 degrees.
Nikon KeyMission 360
Nikon KeyMission 360
Nikon KeyMission 360

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