Kodak Pixpro Orbit360 4K

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  • Kodak Pixpro Orbit360 4K
  • Kodak Pixpro Orbit360 4K
  • Kodak Pixpro Orbit360 4K
  • Kodak Pixpro Orbit360 4K

Kodak's badge isn't enough to save the Orbit360 from its own video quality.

- Daven Mathies, Digital Trends 

Specs / Features


Specification

Video Features
4K Yes
Photo Features
Megapixels Dual 20.68 Megapixels
Burst rates (frames/sec) Approx. 5fps (Full Resolution)
Usability Features
Storage Memory Micro SD / Micro SDHC / Micro SDXC Card (Up to 256GB Support)
Ports micro HDMI
Brand Kodak
Model ORBIT360_4K-WH
Warranty 12 months
Release date 18-September-2017
Size 5.5 x 5.5 x 6.76 cm (2.2 x 2.2 x 2.7 in)
Weight 130 grams
(4.59 ounces)

Critic Reviews


Photography Blog

Equal parts fun and frustration

from Photography Blog

Ultimately this compact little Kodak is all about achieving the kind of images that would be nigh impossible with a conventional camera and conventional lenses. In that respect, while we feel there is still some room for finessing, the Kodak Pixpro 4KVR360 succeeds.

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Ultimately this compact little Kodak is all about achieving the kind of images that would be nigh impossible with a conventional camera and conventional lenses. In that respect, while we feel there is still some room for finessing, the Kodak Pixpro 4KVR360 succeeds.

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The Gadgeteer

I feel this camera is overpriced for what it can do

from The Gadgeteer

The Kodak Pixpro Orbit360 4K VR Camera was my first experience using a 360-degree camera. I wanted to love this camera and although I did have fun using it, I was disappointed in the video quality and quickly became frustrated when I wanted to view the images and video using the apps.

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The Kodak Pixpro Orbit360 4K VR Camera was my first experience using a 360-degree camera. I wanted to love this camera and although I did have fun using it, I was disappointed in the video quality and quickly became frustrated when I wanted to view the images and video using the apps.

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PDN

Image quality trails competitors

from PDN

The Orbit360 offers typical action quality—even at 4K resolution, video won’t be overly sharp and areas of high contrast can often get swamped by over or under exposure. The spherical footage is better viewed on smartphones and browsers than in a high-powered VR headset.

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The Orbit360 offers typical action quality—even at 4K resolution, video won’t be overly sharp and areas of high contrast can often get swamped by over or under exposure. The spherical footage is better viewed on smartphones and browsers than in a high-powered VR headset.

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Immersive Shooter

An all-in-one device with two 20-megapixel lenses offering

from Immersive Shooter

For those focused on producing 360 videos, there are better options out there for the price–unless you need something super rugged. The camera is definitely built to be put through the paces, but it’s the stitching that will get you.

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For those focused on producing 360 videos, there are better options out there for the price–unless you need something super rugged. The camera is definitely built to be put through the paces, but it’s the stitching that will get you.

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PC Magazine

Has too many marks against it to recommend

from PC Magazine

The Kodak Pixpro Orbit360 4K camera captures the entire world around it, but the seams are visible.

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The Kodak Pixpro Orbit360 4K camera captures the entire world around it, but the seams are visible.

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Digital Trends

Immersive video is the wrong game to bet on the Kodak name

from Digital Trends

The Orbit360 isn’t necessarily bad — it’s just not great. Image quality is so-so, with soft video, over-processed still images, and noticeable stitching lines. The different angles of view between the two lenses allow for one creative advantage over other 360 cams, but that’s not likely a huge deal for most users.

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The Orbit360 isn’t necessarily bad — it’s just not great. Image quality is so-so, with soft video, over-processed still images, and noticeable stitching lines. The different angles of view between the two lenses allow for one creative advantage over other 360 cams, but that’s not likely a huge deal for most users.

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Cnet

Versatile 360-degree camera in need of better software

from Cnet

The versatile Kodak Pixpro SP360 4K is a 360-degree camera and 4K-resolution action cam rolled into one. You'll need better software than what's provided to get the most from it, though.

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The versatile Kodak Pixpro SP360 4K is a 360-degree camera and 4K-resolution action cam rolled into one. You'll need better software than what's provided to get the most from it, though.

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