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LG 360 Camera for Android and iOS - Silver
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- Compatible with Android 5.0 and above
- iOS version 8 or above
- Supports PC and Mac
- Connectivity: Bluetooth: 4.0, Wi-Fi: 802.11 b/g/n, USB: 2.0
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The LG 360 CAM is always the centre of attention. With dual wide-angled 13 MP lenses and 2K video capture, you'll experience 360 detailing like never before. Capture those classic moments and submerge yourself back into the middle of it all.
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Top Customer Reviews
Clever minimal design, buttons are exactly where you need them.
Quick to charge and long battery life.
Very clear and sharp pictures.
Switches on quickly so you don't miss capturing that moment.
Can take the highest capacity memory cards (up to 2Tb when available), so you can capture your whole holiday.
The associated apps on my LG G5 are easy to use.
Your phone can act as a remote monitor and shutter release, allowing you to set up and use the camera up at the limit of Bluetooth range.
For me there are no real negative points, but some things to be aware of:
The files it produces are large, and can take a while to transfer.
The maximum length of video recording in a single file is 20 minutes.
This camera goes everywhere with me now. It's been up Scafell Pike, Bow Fell, Ben Nevis, round castles and abbeys, out boating and on countryside walks. Reviewing the footage can be quite addictive, so be warned! You can look at what was happening all around you and see things you didn't notice when you were there. Using the screen capture facility on my phone I can find the angle and zoom I want on a 360 video then save the image as a photo.
Brilliant gadget, worth every penny.
• Simple to use. Only two buttons, power and shutter, and the shutter will turn the camera on.
• Camera turns on instantly and is ready to take shots straight away.
• App can act as remote shutter control. Great for taking shots that don't have your arm in them (thumb ends up super deformed as it's right next to the lens.)
• Simple controls. Press shutter to turn on, press again to shoot or hold a second to start recording video.
• Daytime photo and video quality is really great.
• Has a tripod screw on the bottom.
• Protective case turns into a convenient handle.
• Gyro tells camera which way up it is, so you can hold it vertical or horizontal and it will correct for this in the picture.
• Audio quality is fantastic. Crisp and clear, no distortion on any video I've recorded.
• You can tell the camera which side you want to consider the "front". So you can use a thumb on the shutter or index finder if you prefer.
• No battery indicator on camera, needs app to tell the charge level. This is not helped by the constant blinking light when it's OFF, thus draining the battery further. Can easily find the camera battery dead when you want to use it, and it can't be used while charging.Read more ›
The first annoyance (for me) was almost immediate - after taking it out of the box (and being amazed at how compact it was) I tried to plug it in to charge it up and couldn't get my micro USB cable to fit. After studying the socket on the bottom of the device (under a little flap) I realised that it uses a USB-C connector. It does come with a cable with a full-sized USB connector on the other end, but as the first USB-C device I have, this means that I can't just throw it in a bag with my phone, camera, etc. (all micro USB at the moment) - I need to remember the cable too. This will probably be less of an issue over time, and it possibly means that it'll charge faster than if they'd used a micro USB connector.
The cover slips easy over over the camera to protect the lenses, and is removed by squeezing two buttons on either side. It can also be fitted to the camera "upside down" to act as a larger handle/grip.
The LG 360 Manager app for Android seems to work OK, and lets you upgrade the firmware of the 360 CAM (don't bother with the LG Bridge software - took ages to download and then on first running it updated a load of its sub-components, drivers etc.). The app first talks to the camera via Bluetooth, then fires up a WiFi hotspot on the 360 CAM which is what you then use to control the camera (being higher bandwidth and longer range than Bluetooth). If the camera is in standby mode (brief red flashes on the power LED) the app can wake the camera up, no need to push the power button. By default the camera goes back to standby after 2 minutes.Read more ›
The resolution is acceptable but when viewing video you have to bear in mind that the resolution is spread over the entire 360 field of view so if you're uploading a video to YouTube you'll only see a small section of the scene and a small section of the 2k video. There are some visible stitching seams and low light quality is OK but in good light and in conditions where there's isn't huge variance in lighting from side of camera to the other the quality is great. The device also allows for the capture of 360 audio which is a fantastic feature.
The LG360 can connect up to a mobile device through the associated app (this has been a little hit and miss with various devices) but once you have it working it offers great control.
The video captured from the LG 360 needs to be converted to a format that allows it to be uploaded to a platform like YouTube. This can be accomplished through the LG 360 app or through a free piece of software on the PC (not sure about availability for Macs). My phone wasn't able to perform this processing so I used the PC route.
I was looking for a low cost entry point to 360 image and video (around £150 at the time of purchase) and I've been very happy with my purchase of the LG 360 and its ability to capture 360 audio is definitely a positive.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
When it works this camera is great. The recent iOS update though crashes the camera itself (every time) and viewing is now terrible, it no longer works as a 360 device. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Paul Crouch
Bought as a present and had to return it, due to battery issue. The replacement arrived within two days and has fine since. Read morePublished 26 days ago by gdaybarbie
Low light is a barrier
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Absolute trash. The hardware might possibly be good, but it needs an app to function and the app is absolutely terrible! Read morePublished 2 months ago by I. Rawlings
Android app and iPhone apps are completely broken, nothing but bad reviews on the app stores. The camera used to work well, but it's useless without the apps. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jay
great and easy way to product 360 shots and also is google approved!Published 2 months ago by G Thurtle
So this is my first ever 360 camera and I think its okay as long as expectations are managed....
When I read the pixel specs I thought the camera would have a brilliant... Read more
Worth waiting for, I had my eye on 360 for a long time before I bought this product, it worked fine, obvious learning curve regarding metadata and compatible editing software, but... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer