The Rylo 360 is an action camera that’ll allow you to take the most amazing pictures and videos so you can capture the moments you want to remember forever. The camera itself looks great. Just by looking at it you’ll want to own one. It’s also pretty easy to use and can capture some amazing pictures and videos. The fact that you can connect it to your phone in order to edit the moments you capture is brilliant. If you want the full experience you can buy some accessories like the waterproof case or the selfie stick.
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-4K 360 / 30 fps video with stabilization
-Can capture 360 degree videos
-Dual 208 degree FOV lenses and dual mics
-Comes with a 16GB MicroSD card upgradeable to 256GB
The camcorder looks pretty simple which makes it beautiful to see and hold, and it really is simple and straightforward to use. You can use it to capture up to 360 degree videos thanks to its dual cameras and how it brings together the images captured into a beautiful final form.
You can also connect the Ryloe 360 camera to your phone in order to edit the photos and videos you captured immediately. For editing images you have two options: tune and crop. For editing videos you have five options: trim, speed, tune, level, and crop.
Let’s not forget that you can add a waterproof case to the camera and take it with you into the ocean.
We said that it can be used to capture amazing videos, but this isn’t always true. Unfortunately the camera is affected by lighting conditions and in dim light or poor lighting conditions it doesn’t do as good a job as it does in good lighting. Capturing images isn’t as great as capturing videos either. On attempting to take 934 x 1920 and 6000 x 3000 pictures the results weren’t great. A price of almost 500 dollars is a bit much considering these downsides.
It’s a great device for capturing videos, but don’t count on it if you plan on taking these videos at night or in poor lighting conditions. It’s also expensive when we take into account that its image capturing is somewhat lacking.