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Rylo announces update to increase 360-degree Camera’s 4K output to 5.8K

Rylo, the former Instagram and Apple team members behind the diminutive action cam that uses two 180-degree cameras to output 360-degree clips, has released a software update for the device that increases the resolution from 4K to output at up to 5.8K.

In addition to 360-degree video the handy-sized Rylo camera can capture 180-degree 4k video and 6K panoramic stills.

To update the software simply connect the Rylo to your iOS or Android device running the Rylo app and selecct the option to update. The software download is availble now. More information about the new capabilities is available from the Rylo website. 

Check pricing and availability at the following:

B&H Photo

Amazon (US)


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