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Kodak is one of the largest manufacturers of professional cameras in the world and the brand that always strives to ensure the maximum of its clients. Now the company decided to expand its presence in the industry by entering an increasingly attractive market for so-called . “Action” video cameras. Kodak has developed three interesting devices that expect to attract the attention of consumers in the sector, which is dominated by GoPro models.

The most interesting of them is undoubtedly PixPro SP360, as this is the first Action camera that can capture 360-degree panoramic images. Modelat also supports a diverse collection of apps when it debuted on the market and includes support for Wi-Fi and NFC. Kodak SP360 can withstand accidental wetting, but not immersion in water and has HDMI and USB ports, and microSD card slot, but we do not know details of its specifications.

Another interesting product of the company is PixPro SP1, whose full dimensions are 84.7 x 51,4 x 39,5 mm with a weight of 155g, a built-in microphones him sit just below the lens. The specifications include a 14 -megapixel CMOS sensor, 1.5 -inch LCD display, 1250mAh battery and the ability to record movies with 10 fps in viewing angle of 170 degrees. Users can now order PixPro SP1 at a price of $330, the camera can be submerged in water to a depth of 10 meters.

The third device is PixPro W1 features a 16 megapixel sensor with f/2.8 lens and features more thinner size SP1. Modelat also has a waterproof coating and can now be ordered at the affordable price of $115.

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