Nokia’s virtual reality camera does look good, but its price might put off a whole lot of people.
A few months back, Nokia announced that its working on a virtual reality gadget called 360-Degree Ozo Camera, and now they’ve provided new details on it including its price, release window and specifications.
Nokia’s upcoming VR camera will be priced at $60,000 at launch – with $5k down payment up front. So if you’re willing to get your hands on it, then you better start saving up because the Finnish company is planning to launch its device during the first quarter of 2016.
360-Degree Ozo Camera utilizes eight different 2K x 2K camera sensors that are capable of recording 45 minutes of footage in sync. Furthermore, the gadget includes a 500GB solid state drive, which means you will be able to put in quite a lot of data before you run out of storage space. The videos recorded on the device run at 30 frames per second, and the camera itself runs on a battery which of course is rechargeable. You can check out full specifications for the VR camera on Nokia’s official website.
360-Degree Ozo Camera is a great gadget and can prove to be quite useful in multiple industries. However, the asking price is too high and puts it out of reach of a large group of people. It’ll be interesting to see how Nokia’s upcoming offering does when it finally lands in the market next year.