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BubbleScope promises simple 360 degree photography

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While you can turn any camera into a 360 degree camera with a little skill and patience, those looking for a simpler solution could soon be getting their fix, with the so-called BubbleScope promising to bring the whole process down to the point-and-shoot level. Boasting a single megapixel sensor, the camera will let you capture 360x140 degree images at the press of a button, with 16MB of internal memory and an SD/MMC card slot at your disposal to store your panoramic creations. Otherwise, you'll get some standard camera features like a self-timer, tripod mount, and a six second voice recorder. Unfortunately, there's doesn't appear to be any word on what it'll cost, although it will apparently be available "soon."

[Via Josh Spear]

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