Due to the large 1 / 1.7-inch 20MP sensor on both sides of the camera, the QooCam 8K is noticeably larger than its competitors ̵
For 360 video recording, this camera can shoot 8K at 30 fps or 4K at 60 or 30fps and you can slowly switch the motion mode to 4K at 120 fps. All also in 10-bit color. However, live streaming over the phone is limited to 4K. KanDao boasts of its "SuperSteady" video recording using its six-axis gyroscope and fantastic algorithm, so it will be interesting to see how it rates against Insta360's famous FlowState stabilization technology.
KanDao is currently accepting pre-orders for $ 589 QooCam 8K and is expected to ship in December. The company added that accessories, including a selfie stick (with phone mount), a protective case, a diving cover and a vlog mic will be available at a later date. Of course, this small camera is not here to replace professional 8K 360 cameras like the Insta360 Pro 2; between $ 589 and $ 5,000, I'm almost sure which one of the most people would go to.