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Luna is the world’s smallest 360-degree camera

With the rise of virtual reality and browsers able to support more versatile forms of video, 360-degree cameras should be about to take off. This is one of the smallest around.

It’s called Luna, and it promises to make shooting 360-degree video as simple as taking photos with your phone. It uses dual 190-degree fish-eye lens tech, and has no moving parts, so should be hardwearing enough to survive some adventures.

It’s waterproof too, and has gyro-stabilisation to keep the footage steady.

When it comes time to share your footage, it has Wi-Fi, so you can preview the video on your smartphone, wirelessly save it to your device, share it on social media, and even livestream it.

Using the mobile app and a Google Cardboard viewer, you can also view your videos in virtual reality.

With a diameter of just 6cm, it’s small enough to fit in your hand. And weighing just 180g, it’s light enough to take everywhere.

It’s a doddle to use, too. Click it once to take a panoramic photo, and twice to start recording 360-degree videos. And that’s it.

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As well as recording in 360 degrees, you can video in flat mode, VR mode and planet mode.

It’s passed its funding goal and will ship in October. Prices start at $299 (£197).

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