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The 360fly camera has been around for the last six months, finding its place with the likes GoPro and others in the "action cam" category as 360 video and VR continued to become more "mainstream". At its heart, it is a single-lens camera that captures stitchless 360-degree video with interactive and mobile virtual reality viewing capabilities.

Today it sees an upgrade to address a complaint all too common for 360 cameras -- resolution. The new 360fly 4K camera, (which was unveiled at CES earlier this year) boasts, as the name suggests, higher resolution in addition to the ability to shoot point-of-view as well as 360 video.

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The 360fly camera has been around for the last six months, finding its place with the likes GoPro and others in the "action cam" category as 360 video and VR continued to become more "mainstream". At its heart, it is a single-lens camera that captures stitchless 360-degree video with interactive and mobile virtual reality viewing capabilities.

Today it sees an upgrade to address a complaint all too common for 360 cameras -- resolution. The new 360fly 4K camera, (which was unveiled at CES earlier this year) boasts, as the name suggests, higher resolution in addition to the ability to shoot point-of-view as well as 360 video.