Kodak PixPro Orbit360 VR Action Camera Standard Pack

USD 514.70

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• Splash-proof 360˚
• Spherical lens
• Two 20MP BSI CMOS sensors
• Selfie-stick and remote control included
• Smartphone control possible

SKU: 4KVR360 Standard Category:

The Kodak PixPro Orbit360 VR is splash-proof and comes with a selfie-stick and remote control in the package. A status-display on the top of the housing allows you to view and control settings and parameters. Alternatively this can be done via a dedicated iOS or Android app on your smartphone.

KODAK PIXPRO Orbit360 VR Action Camera is a 360˚ VR camera comes with two 4K fixed focus lenses which covered by modern and elegant camera body. These lenses are well designed and work closely together to record full 360˚ 4K Video. Kodak Pixpro 4KVR360 provides an option “Smart Device App” which helps to transfer 4K Video into any social media like Youtube and Facebook.

Images and video are captured on two 20MP BSI CMOS sensors. The front lens covers a 155 degree angle of view, the one at the back captures a wider 235 degree angle. This way you can easily switch between standard 16:9 “flat” 4K video, just using the front camera, and full spherical 360 degree recording using both cameras. Both lenses have a F2.4 aperture and video is electronically stabilized. In still image mode the Pixpro 4KVR360 can produce 27MP spherical images. The PixPro supports on-camera stitching at a reduced resolution for quick sharing, full resolution files can be created on an external editor.

With Wi-Fi, NFC and Bluetooth the PixPro Orbit360 VR is fully connected. It captures stereo sound using four built-in microphones but also offers a connector for an external microphone. The battery is removable and image material is saved on a microSD card.

• Splash-proof 360˚
• Spherical lens
• Two 20MP BSI CMOS sensors
• Selfie-stick and remote control included
• Smartphone control possible
• Youtube and Facebook 360˚ video compatible
• Mac or PC Desktop Editing or Stitching Software (included with purchase)
• Front lens: 155 degree angle of view, the back captures 235 degree angle (both f/2.4)
• 4K video
• Electronically stabilization
• Can 27MP spherical images
• Wi-Fi, NFC, Bluetooth
• Built-in mic
• microSD card
• Smart Device App for easy upload of content to social media platforms like Facebook™ and YouTube™

Specifications  Image Sensor A Image Sensor B
Effective Image Sensor Pixels  20.68 Megapixels  20.68 Megapixels 
Total Image Sensor Pixels   21.14 Megapixels [1/2.3” BSI CMOS]  21.14 Megapixels [1/2.3” BSI CMOS] 
Lens A  Focal Length: 1.633 mm
F number: F2.4
Lens Construction: 7 groups 8 elements
Optical Zoom: Fix Focus
Field of View Max.: 207 Degree [For Front Mode (16:9)] (without lens cover)
Max. 197 Degree [For Front Mode (16:9)] (with lens cover)
Max. 163 Degree [For VR Mode (2:1)] (without lens cover)
Max. 155 Degree [For VR Mode (2:1)] (with lens cover) 
Focal Length: 1.257 mm
F number: F2.4
Lens Construction: 7 groups 8 elements
Optical Zoom: Fix Focus
Field of View Max.: 244 Degree (without lens cover)
Max. 235 Degree (with lens cover) 
Focusing Range  30 cm — ∞  30 cm — ∞ 
Anti-Handshake Electronic Image Stabilisation (EIS) 
Number of Recording Pixels   Still Image (TBD) VR Mode: 27MP: 7360×3680 (2:1), 15MP: 5520×2760 (2:1)
Round Mode: 13MP: 3680×3680 (1:1)
Front Mode: 8MP: 3840×2160 (16:9), 9MP: 3525×2644 (4:3) 
Video VR Mode: 3840×1920/24fps (2:1)
Round Mode: 2880×2880/24fps (1:1) 1920×1920/30fps (1:1)
High Speed Movie: 1440×720/120fps (2:1), 1280×720/120fps (16:9) 
Front Mode: 1920×1080/60fps (Max. FOV) (1:1), 1920×1080/60fps (Mid. FOV) (1:1), 1920×1080/60fps (FHD FOV) (1:1), 1280×720/60fps (HD FOV) (1:1)
File Format Still Image Exif 2.3 (JPEG)
Movie MP4 [Image: H.264; Audio: AAC [Stereo] 
Camera Modes  VR Mode (Lens A and Lens B), Round Mode (Lens B), F
Shooting Modes     Photo, Movie, Time Lapse, Loop Recording, Hi-Speed Movie
Splashproof    Equivalent to JIS/IEC IPX5 (Body)
Shockproof Up to 2m (With Protective Lens Cover)
Dustproof Equivalent to JIS/IEC (IP6X)
Freezeproof   14°F / – 10°C
Status LCD  1.0 inch TN LCD (with Backlight) 
Level Gauge  3-Axis
ISO Sensitivity  Auto, (100-800 / 100-1600 / 100-3200)
Exposure Metering Method  Artificial Intelligence AE (AiAE)
Exposure Contol Method Program AE
Burst Mode Approx. 10fps (Full Resolution)
White Balance Control  Auto (AWB), Daylight, Cloudy, Flourescent, Incandescent, Underwater
Recording Media Micro SD / Micro SDHC / Micro SDXC Card (Up to 128GB Support) [MMC Card Not Supported]
Language Support  English
Jacks USB 2.0 (Micro 5 pin USB), HDMI (Type D) Stereo Microphone Input (Diameter of 2.5mm) 
Wi-Fi  Yes (802.11 b/g/n)
Bluetooth Yes (BLE4.1)
Remote Control   Yes (option)
Power Rechargeable Li-ion Battery (LB-080), 3.6V 1250mAh, In-Camera Charging
Shooting Capability Approx. 160 Shots (Based on CIPA Standards) (Wi-Fi On)
(Battery Performance)   Approx. 55 min for Video (@4K/30fps) (Wi-Fi On)
Operation Environment   Temperature: -10 – 40°C, Humidity: 0 – 90%
Dimensions (WxHxD) Approx. 55.0×55.0×66.9 Based on CIPA Standards) (Without Glass Lens Cover)
Weight Approx. 170g (With battery and Micro SD Card)
Compatible Devices     iOS Device (Version 8.0 and up) / Android Device (Version 4.4 and up).
  • Kodak PIXPRO 4KVR360
  • Lens Cover – B & C
  • Protective Cover – B & C
  • Li-ion Battery Charger
  • USB Cable AC Adapter
  • Camera Carrying Case
  • Mini Bluetooth Remote Control
  • Remote Control – B
  • Small 3-leg Stand – B
  • Cleaning Cloth
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Service Card
  • Online Company Store Card
  • Warranty Card
  • Team 360 Sticker

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  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    by Admin

    Please upgrade your Kodak ORBIT360 4k firmware to the latest version of 1.2. With this new update, you may now use powerbank ( output 5v) to replace the battery, thus enable you to do longer recording. This is idea for those who wish to conduct a short term 360 surveillance project. Also you may view the recorded footage via Wifi in your smartphone, allowing you to have quick review of the footage without using your PC.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    by Danny Sng

    Kodak 360orbit records more than 360VR

    I have been recording 360 video using Kodak 360Orbit for my leisure activities for eg, Golfing and travelling. I do find it is amazing to record video all around me. With its free Editing software “ PIXPRO 360 VR Suite “ , I could do several setting like Correction of stitching, improve or adjust its sharpness, contract, Brightness and colour saturation.

    With all that it seems perfect for me. However this is not true till I realised comments made by my friends as viewer. They claimed that though the production of 360 VR video enable them to view all around , sadly they would not know where is the highlight of the video, searching up and down , left and right to look for something amazing , making them tired and make the 360 video less interesting, this is in particular in recording golf game

    The difference between 360 and normal video is that, for 360, viewer choses the angle/ scene to view, while for normal video, the producer chose the scene or highlight for the viewer.

    With this feedback, I come to realise what is a pleasant video and scene to be screened. And so what should I do with this Kodak 360 camcorder to produce the scene my friends wished. Thanks to the Kodak 360 built in feature named “Magic Flat” I found the answer. Magic Flat enable me to re-produce a normal video thru 360 recording.

    It is to my surprise that although recording in 360 like what I had been doing, I can actually use the same free software “PIXPRO 360 VR Suite” to achieve it. (I mean normal video)

    Not only that I could select the angle shot, I could do virtual pan and tilt video shot. You see this tiny and small camcorder can do such a amazing stuff. This can be done by selecting Magic Flat in the said editing software, you can do the same to adjust its same parameter like 360, Sharpness, Contract and etc., after the scene has been chosen.

    When you hit the Button of “REC” during editing and having “View Operation” as “Record Operation” You are apparently producing a virtual pan and tilt of the cameras while you use your mouse to move the video. (Changing the angle/scene). It is just like you are having the cameras on tripod.

    Thus to this end, I would like to share that, do not always think that 360 is used to produce VR360, you can produce a normal video after shot in 360. The beauty for screening in normal video is that there is no limitation of what video angle you can chose from within this Kodak Orbit 360 and yet producing astonishing video, you are not going to miss any scene or happening around it.

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