CES 2017 has featured several 360-degree cameras this week including the Ricoh R Development Kit, Vuze and Hubblo. Moving away from the Las Vegas event and onto the crowd funding site of IndieGoGo, 360-degree camera Moka360 has easily achieved its funding target to bring the device to market.
Launching the campaign back in November 2016, Moka360 was looking to raise $25,000 USD through the campaign and with three days left to go achieved $148,693. The Moka360 camera has duel 2K, full HD, 220-degree lenses built into a waterproof casing. It features built-in stitching, rotate stabilisation and live-streaming at the click of a button. And just like the company’s previous camera, the Mokacam 4K camera, the Moka360 cmoes with a magnetic mount, allowing users to easily connect the camera to any metal surface.
“We have designed Moka360 for everyone. Our industrial design team was razor focused on creating a device that anyone can use to get 360-degree video at the click of a button,” said Raymond Wang, Mokacom Founder and Lead Designer.
For those interested in supporting the campaign funding tiers for the camera begin at $119 for the early bird bundle. This only includes the camera and relevant cables. For the camera and additional extras such as the magnetic mount, carry case and wireless remote, grab the Moka360 Ultimate Bundle for $188.
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