Once the two are paired, you’ll see a series of options. There’s a gallery that shows the photos and videos you’ve taken, and a live broadcast button that streams your content to YouTube or Facebook. As you record or broadcast, you’ll see a live preview of what’s being shot, and when you’ve finished, your recording will be saved to an in-app gallery.
Controls are super simple, with a pair of buttons for power and menu on the side, and a large recording button on the front. The Gear 360’s light yet sturdy design is definitely travel-friendly (you get a bundled strap and sturdy case), and the 1,160 mAh battery is more than capable of capturing a lengthy recording session. The Gear 360 also makes adorable sounds when its buttons are pressed, giving it a BB8 or R2D2 vibe.
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