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Get this $300 GoPro Fusion 360 alternative for just $70

The 360fly HD Video Camera records immersive, 360-degree video on the go for a fraction of the cost of a GoPro Fusion.
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October 24, 2018
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GoPro cameras have a fairly firm grip on the action cam market, and their Fusion 360-degree camera is no exception. But, not all of us have $600 to drop in the name of recording immersive video. For those looking to document all 360 degrees of their high-octane stunts, while staying on a budget, the 360fly HD Video Camera, is a solid GoPro-alternative, especially now that it's on sale for over 75 percent off its usual price.

The 360fly lets you capture fully immersive 360º video, VR-compatible footage, and 360º stills on the go. It can record and store up to three hours of 360° HD footage, and it boasts OnePush functionality for easy use. Syncing up with the mobile or desktop app, you can turn your smartphone into the camera's viewfinder, capture, edit, share content, and more, further bolstering the 360fly's features.

As you would expect from an action cam, the 360fly is also shockproof, dustproof, and water-resistant, as well as impressively compact, making it a sound choice whether you're into mountain biking or paddle boarding. The 360fly HD Video Camera usually retails for $299.99, but you can get it on sale for only $69.99, saving more than 75 percent off its normal price.

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