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Revl presented “killer” GoPro with 4K video capture and a built-in stabilizer [video]

Start-up company based in San Francisco introduced the action-camera Revl Arc, filming video in 4K resolution at 30 frames per second and having in its construction a built-in motorized suspension. It is reported Prophotos.

The camera uses four own Arc sensor for tracking the movements and height. The image stabilization system uses a motorized component that maintains a horizontal orientation of the image, even if the camera is currently upside down and the electronic component, further helping to obtain a smooth picture. Data from sensors are used in the application for automatic editing of footage.

REVL Arc offers three format video – 4K at 30 fps, 1080p at 120/60/30 fps and 720p at 240/120/60 fps. the Camera can shoot pictures at a resolution of 12 megapixels, and in burst mode to take a series of 30 frames in four versions – for 1 second (then you’ll get the rate of 30 frames/sec) or 3 seconds (10 fps) or 6 seconds (5 fps) or 10 seconds (3 fps). When recording a movie, maybe a live preview through the app REVL App or via the Apple Watch.

The materials are written to the SD card, while wireless communication is via Bluetooth 4.0 or 802.11 n Wi-Fi. Built-in battery capacity of 1100 mAh provides up to 90 minutes of video in 4K (with Wi-Fi turned off). The camera can connect via Bluetooth with third-party devices, microphones, GPS units and heart rate sensors.

Everyone can reserve a copy REVL Arc from the first batch costs about $ 350. For several days the project has collected over $ 50,000, the campaign will continue for another month. The delivery device is scheduled for December 2016.

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