360 Anywhere is a professional 8K 360 camera with 10-bit video, realtime stitching with stabilization, and 8K live streaming. Previously codenamed “Teche Revolution,” 360 Anywhere is the latest 360 camera from Teche, makers of other 360 cameras such as the Phiimax.
Teche 360 Anywhere Specifications
|Lenses||four fisheye lenses|
|Video resolution||7680 x 3840 @ 30 fps|
|Video bitrate and codec||H.265 100 mbps per lens|
|Live streaming resolution (in-camera)||7680 x 3840 @ 15 fps|
3840 x 1920 @ 60 fps
|Live streaming resolution (PC)||7680 x 3840 @ 30fps|
|Photo resolution||8192 x 4096|
|Photo format||JPG or Raw|
|ISO range||100 to 6400|
|Audio||4 mono microphones|
|Storage||Built-in SSD 1TB|
|Connectivity||USB Type C|
5G Wi-Fi (30 meters)
|GPS||External GPS module|
|Battery||6800 mAh non removable|
|Operating temperature||-30C to 42C|
The 360 Anywhere is completely sealed and fanless for silent operation. It has also IP65 splash resistance.
I saw the Teche 360 Anywhere at CES 2020, where they had a display that showed what they claimed to be an 8K live stream. They didn’t allow me test the camera because they said it was only a prototype. I’ve asked them to send me a sample video. I’ll update this post when I receive a sample.
Meanwhile, here is a video by McLarty Films from the Teche booth at CES 2020:
Here is a sample 8K 360 video:
Here is a recording of a live stream by CreatorUp’s Hugh Hou.
Price and availability
The price quoted to me at CES was around $3,000 to $3,500 depending on the storage (256GB, 512GB or 1TB). I’ll update this post when I receive more information.
No sensor size listed? I am not going to buy another 360 camera that has less than 1” sensors due to the poor low light and dynamic range.
I think it is 1/2.3 inch. Certainly not 1 inch
It is almost definitely smaller than that.