Rylo is a 360-degree camera 4K, designed for traditional 1080p video


Rylo is a 360-degree camera 4K, designed for traditional 1080p video

We are big fans of Insta360 not only for their cameras, but also for smart applications that they have, which makes it easy to edit raw frames into smooth video content. In truth, this is the biggest leg in the competition. This can change with the new 360-degree 4K-camera Rylo, which can perform many of the tricks.
Do you want to pull out the 1080p frame from the spherical frames that you shot? You can do it here. How to take a snapshot of a moving object? Yes, it will help you too. How about performing post-production panoramic shots, split-shots and other standard video editing functions? All this is here and much more.
The snout is equipped with a 208-degree field of view, both front and rear of its aluminum aluminum body, allowing you to simultaneously capture all surrounding scenes. All frames are automatically stitched before being stored on the SD card (it comes bundled with 16 GB, although you can use cards up to 256 GB), which can then be synchronized later with the application via the supplied cable. The camera can capture 4K spherical videos at a speed of 30 frames per second and 6K panoramic still images with the touch of a button, so there are no skills needed to get great shots with this thing. The main functions include a manual pen, replaceable batteries and a battery life of 60 minutes.
Designed to provide smooth, spherical video, the camera boasts "breakthrough stabilization technology," which claims that the outfit claims that it is absolutely unshakable (they claim that you can shoot while running and yet ultimately have super-stable footage) , all while the integrated horizon Level detection technology adds extra support to keep everything stable. Seriously, this is one of the biggest selling points of the camera, which, judging by the early reviews, seems to hold well.
However, the best part about Rylo seems to be an application (iOS only now, with the Android app next year), which allows you to monitor all the load on the video during post-production. Although you can use a spherical video as VR content, the real purpose of the application is to allow you to convert these 360-degree images into more conventional 1080p frames, allowing you to control the cinematography of the video at the editing stage. For example, you can create a 1080p frame and move it around the spherical frames, resulting in a video, similar to the fact that someone moves a traditional camera around. You can do this automatically, also, simply by noting where you want the imaginary camera to move.
There is a function FrontBack, which allows you to create a scene "picture in picture", so you can show what happens in the two sections of the video 360 degrees. How to make temporary omissions? The software can help you with this, with the ability to speed up video up to 16 times. And yes, you can perform traditional editing tasks with the application, regardless of whether the frames are cropped, clips are trimmed, or various frames are fixed.
In late November, the price for Rylo is estimated at 499 dollars.

04 November 2017 /
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