Based purely on specification, the Zerotech Rollcap could give a lot of action cameras a run for their money. The Rollcap camera shoots 4K video footage, and uses a standard 1/4in tripod screw head for mounting accessories.Where the Rollcap has the edge over much of its competition, is that it has a tiny 3-axis gimbal stabilisation system built-in. Yep – it doesn’t just have a sensor or optical stabilisation system, it has a tiny 3-axis gimbal inside the camera’s case.
Details of the exact specification are difficult to come by. ZeroTech hope to release Zerotech Rollcap in around 6 months time, with an expected cost of $500. What we know so far is that it will record 4K, and HD video at a variety of different frame rates.
Zerotech Rollcap – Other Key Features
The camera lens has a 94° angle of view. Depending on how exactly they have calculated this angle, This would make the lens the equivalent of somewhere between a 18-22mm focal length lens on a full frame sensor. It will use Micro SD cards to record the video footage. Shooting modes that will feature include Slow Motion, Burst Mode, Time Lapse, Self-Timer and HDR with each of these controlled via a smartphone app.
Early details that circulated late last year also said that it would be waterproof. However, the website currently makes no mention of this. We’ll await to see the final specification when it goes on sale to the public
For more details see the ZeroTech Rollcap product page.
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