Posted November 15, 2018 07:21:00The world’s first digital video camera, unveiled at the Mobile World Congress, will make it easier for Canadians to take selfies and capture video, according to the manufacturer.
The device, called the “Pentax B-360,” is a full-frame camera that can take photos, record video and play music with a high-resolution screen.
The company says it can capture images of the user’s face, facial expressions and body language.
The camera, which is a “full-frame” system, has a resolution of 720p and can capture photos up to 100 megapixels in resolution, which are capable of making 3D images of a person’s face.
The video captures 1080p video, which makes up most of the images captured.
The Pentax B360 is the world’s smallest video camera that combines all the capabilities of a full frame camera and a smartphone camera.
It also has a USB Type-C port that can charge the camera from a single USB port.
The B360 has a battery life of just two hours and has a price tag of $799.
The image below shows the Pentax video camera at its lowest setting: Aperture mode: F2.0 Focus mode: AE-F2.8 Continuous shooting mode: continuous Continuous shooting time: 30 seconds Video resolution: 1080p @ 24fps (720p @ 60fps) Resolution: 1280×720 @ 24 fps (720×480 @ 60 fps) Video resolution on a USB 3.0 Type-A port: 960×540 @ 24 FPS (640×480 at 60 fps), 800×[email protected] 24 FPS(640×360 at 60fps), 960×480(320×240 at 60 FPS) Maximum video resolution: 960 x 540 @ 24,000 pixels(640 x 480 @ 24) Maximum size of the camera: 30.5 x 25.6 inches(70.7 x 75.9 cm) Maximum image quality: 100 frames per second(24 fps) Camera size: 5.3 x 2.4 inches(7.4 x 4.7 cm) Battery life: 2 hours, 60 minutes(30 hours, 45 minutes)