GoPro Inc (NASDAQ:GPRO) is transforming video capture scope with its 360-degree camera named Fusion, and launch of its Mobile OverCapture editing offering for iOS devices. Now, offered in an update to the GoPro Application, Mobile OverCapture enables customers to recapture their 360 video moments repeatedly, from infinite perspectives.
Fusion clicks everything and in facts misses nothing. It unlocks unique visual effects and perspectives that are not possible with conventional single-lens cameras. Established, gimbal-like stabilization confirms super smooth content all the time. This camera is priced at $699.99, It is a GoPro product through and through, intended to face any shooting environment and advanced to capture stunning photos and video. It is already getting appreciation for its outstanding performance and function, earning a prestigious CES 2018 Innovation Recognition in the digital imaging segment.
Fusion is now offered in select regions across the world. It is shipping in North America, EU and UK on GoPro.com. The pre-order in Japan have started on GoPro.com, with shipments starting in February. This new camera is available in China through TMall with shipment starting in this month, close to Chinese New Year. Also, the product will be offered at select retailers in North America starting in February and launching worldwide in April.
Together with the GoPro App, this unique camera becomes an end-to-end offering moving from capture to edit and share. The GoPro Application allows users to run the Fusion camera, stitch, edit and share content from their iOS phone.
With the latest Mobile OverCapture feature, this application takes the storytelling experience to all new level, permitting iOS customer to re-frame and save conventional fixed-perspective videos punched out from the 360-degree video. As per the update, support for android models will be reported in the imminent month.
In the last trading session, the stock price of GoPro declined more than 1% to close the day at $6.27.