Rylo cam 360 would make GREAT dashcam

Discussion in 'General Dash Cam Discussion' started by boilers, Nov 6, 2017.

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  1. boilers

    boilers Active Member

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    The glossy/pamphlet for the Rylo makes it seem like the PERFECT camera for many applications. Google it.
     
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    kamkar1 Well-Known Member

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    I tubed it, and it dont look half bad, but still not much footage there and even less "raw" footage on youtube.
     
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    It would..... if it was priced like a dashcam
     
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    woke up today thinking one of these mounted on center roof, or one on driver's front fender AND opposite corner, would capture EVERYTHING! Just need a weather resistant housing. Super cool.

    https://shop.gopro.com/cameras/fusion/CHDHZ-101.html


    Watch this.

    THIS my friends it the future of capturing video.
     
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    Yes the 360 cameras do seem interesting, but there are so many out there that dont make the cut, and i am not sure about the processing of their footage.
    I know my pinnacle studio do support them, but i am not sure if working with them are like working on 4K footage which do take a toll on my not really that slow or antiquated computer.

    Something like the rylo with a app that seem to be working good are probably the ones to go for, it is after all a lot more convenient to carry around Vs a conventional camera on a gimbal.
     
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