Kodak Pixpro SP360 4K Firmware Download. Bigger, darker, less yellow, the Kodak Pixpro SP360 4K is a more serious action-cam than its predecessor. Obviously more expensive, since launched at 499 €, it is nonetheless true to the Kodak philosophy, making rhyme simplicity with a price ratio / number of accessories which many manufacturers would do well to inspire. \”Honey, they inflated the Kodak SP360\” Here\’s the first thing you\’ll notice when you pick up the SP360 4K, which is a few millimeters thicker, but no heavier, in fact, the Pixpro SP360 is even lighter than its predecessor only 1 gram generous dimensions, the grip is in all respects easier.
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The slightly larger keys are more convenient to handle, removing the microSD card (can now go up to 128 GB) no longer needs to go through a clip to epile, the battery cover is attached to the rest of the housing.
A new button appears, specifically dedicated to Wi-Fi. Practical, this now exempts you to validate each time the ignition on or off Wi-Fi. always appreciate the presence of a 1/4 \”screw threadallowing the camera to be attached directly to a tripod without the need for an additional accessory.
The navigating the menus is still easy, but once again I would have appreciated that the screen is backlit. Indeed, if it goes rather well in general, the screen is not very readable in low light or when the camera is inserted into one of its boxes.
Moreover, whether the camera is in its box or in the open air, it heats a lot when recording. I measured peaks at 52° C on the screen, which is far from dangerous for your physical integrity, but forces the camera to shut down after 45 minutes of continuous recording. However, and this is a very good point for the SP360 4K, the range is excellent.
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Using the same 1,250 mAh LB-080 Li-Ion battery as the SP360, the SP360 4K is capable of recording, in \”4K\”, just over 1h40 on a single charge, Wi-Fi disabled. This is very good considering the definition. As always at Kodak the basic kit is very rich in various accessories, the number of which will vary according to the pack for which you will opt. Here again, slight modifications were made.
Exit the different packs (Explorer, Aqua Sport, Extreme), you have only two choices: a single pack and a double pack which, as the name suggests, contains two cameras and a special support to fix back to back two SP360 4K. In the single pack, called \”Premier Pack\” you will find a holding box, a handlebar mount, a suction mount, a transparent cap to protect the lens, two lens caps, two self-adhesive fasteners (one flat and one curved), a cleaning cloth, a clamping tool and a waterproof case. Kodak having opted for a proprietary attachment system.