Xiaomi today launched its Mi 360-degree camera, along with Mi Pad 3 in China. The camera is priced at 1699 Yuan, which is approximately Rs 16,009 and will be available for purchase through starting April 6 via Xiaomi Mall, Mi Mall, Lynx, Jingdong & Suning.
The Mi 360-degree rectangular shaped camera sports a 23.88-megapixel sensor and can record videos at 3.5K resolution. It features a 6-axis EIS (Electronic Image stabilization) function and is powered by a Anba A12 Image processor, along with Sony IMX206 image sensor. The camera is IP67 certified, which means the camera is waterproof and dust-proof. It comes with pre-loaded app for editing images. The camera also supports Mic0USB port, WiFi and Bluettooth connectivity.
With the Mi Panoramic 360-degree camera, Xiaomi has provided users with four different modes to provide versatility and of course, users can choose to use it as a standard camera as well.
It gets it juices from a 1600mAh non removable battery, which claims to record 75 min of 360 degree videos with WiFi on and 90 min without WiFi connectivity. Besides, the it offers 3-axis gyroscope and 3-axis accelerometer. It measures 78 x 76.40 x 24mm and weighs 108.3 grams.
Currently the camera has been currently launched in China. We will have to wait and see if it will eventually be sold in other countries as well.