360 Fly 4K camera review: the best way to shoot VR and 360-degree video
Software updates make this 360 Fly waterproof panoramic action cam a winner
The Fly 360 4K cam is also compatible with a bunch of mounts including selfie sticks, bike-mounts and suction cups. There’s also a dive housing to boost waterproofing.
It’s taken us a while to get the Fly 360 reliably working as advertised but we’re confident that it now does so. If you need a rugged, high-resolution 360-degree camera to quickly and easily record events – especially those involving extreme sports and performances, this does everything easily. There are certainly cheaper alternatives on the market but they don’t offer the all-round, ruggedised, 4K package that the Fly 360 does. As such this is our current recommendation... at least for now.
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