Detu, a Shenzhen-based company, is in the market of developing 360 cameras, ones like the Detu Sphere 800, the fully spherical Twin, and the Detu F4 with 6K video. Recently, Detu announced that they are improving on the Dute F4 and will be releasing the Detu F4 Plus. The Plus is reported to now offer 8K resolution 360-degree video and supports live streaming via both wired and Wi-Fi connections.
To be more specific, the Detu F4 Plus is a panoramic camera capable of shooting both 360-degree pictures and videos with 8K resolution (7680 X 3849) at 30 frames per second. The camera is reported to be powered by an Ambarella A12S75 chip and a Sony IMX117 sensor. It also said have has four 200 degree, f/2.2 lenses designed to lower the amount of glare and distortion.
The Detu F4 Plus seems like it could be pretty useful for those that want to use it to live stream because it has the ability to connect to PCs or MACs using Ethernet connectivity. Also, wireless streaming is possible as well because of its 2.4G and 5G dual frequency Wi-Fi. The camera can stream directly to YouTube, Facebook and other platforms supporting 360-degree video.
In addition, the camera is said to be designed with an aluminum structure and cooling outlets that allows it to stay cooler for longer, and its battery is supposed to last up to 2 hours on a single charge.
The F4 Plus is being priced at $2600, which reasonable considering that this is an 8K all-in-one 360-degree camera.
Go detu.com to check out example 360-degree photos taken by the F4 Plus.