360-degree video requires extremely high-definition footage in order to look decent, and the 'Pilot Era' camera from Pisofttech delivers. The consumer 360-degree camera, which has recently been unveiled at CES 2018, shoots 8K footage at 30 frames per second, or still-impressive 4K footage at a staggering 100 frames per second.
The device comes with four cameras — one on each face of its rectangular body. While there are other 360-degree cameras that have similar four-camera layouts and 8K capabilities, what truly sets the Pilot Era apart from competitors is its onboard computer. Other cameras need to be connected to a an external computer in order to be able to stitch together raw footage, but the Pilot Era can do that all internally, making it far more convenient and easy to use.
The 'Pilot Era' from Pisofttech Shoots High-Res 3D Footage
References: pilot.pisofttech & digitaltrends