Screen Shots and Edits by: Nathan Ernest Olupot

Samsung Corp. unveiled the Gear 360 virtual reality camera last month during the Mobile World Conference, but without/minus the price tag, most people withheld judgment.

As of today, the company revealed – during their last day at the Samsung Developer’s Conference, that the 4K 360-degree cameras will be going on sale starting on April 29 in selected countries.

According to TechCrunch, the device is retailing for 350 euros in Europe, which is about 400 USD.

The 153-gram camera hosts a pair of fisheye F2.0 lenses that can capture nearly 4K (3840 x 1920) quality video or 30 megapixel photos.
It can hold up to 128GB of content on its internal microSD slot and can record for up to 140 minutes of active use.

The camera also has some cool playback features that play well with the new Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphones. You can live-preview content captured on the Gear 360, and, after recording it, you can opt to save footage to a phone over WiFi for 2D viewing on the mobile app or a true 360 experience through the Gear VR.

Past that, you can also share your captured content directly to 360 video-compatible services like YouTube or Facebook.

We shall keep you posted as to where (countries) the gadgets will go for sale……..