Buy it on Amazon – http://lon.tv/w2gnt (affiliate link) – Lenovo’s new 3D camera uses Google’s VR180 standard for 3D videos and photos. It’s a pretty fun experience with VR headsets including Google Cardboard. See more VR cameras: http://lon.tv/vrcam and subscribe! http://lon.tv/s
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01:13 – Hardware overview
02:32 – Fingers appearing in photos/videos
03:20 – Shooting Modes
03:39 – Internal storage and SD card slot
04:48 – Battery life
05:49 – Mobile app controls
09:00 – Photo and video samples
11:32 – Stabilizer and motion shots
13:10 – Exporting, mostly limited to Google properties
13:33 – Facebook works for stills
14:57 – VR Daydream : YouTube and Google Photos
All in I was pleased with the video and photo quality from the camera. It doesn’t rival a traditional 2D camera but it is really cool to watch videos in 3D on a VR headset. Adds a new dimension and can be shared easily with cheap Google Cardboard headsets.
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