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Kodak Pixpro SP360
The Kodak Pixpro SP360 is a pretty rugged little guy. It’s basically a cube that has a lens, with a display screen, mic, and onboard controls.
If you don’t want to use the app, you can still control the camera with these buttons that let you turn it on, off, record, and toggle between modes.
Fellow staff writer Conner modeled the head strap and said he would have appreciated some padding on the plastic mount.
It’s wise to use the protective housings when using the Pixpro SP360.
Using the helmet mount, co-worker Paul, his motorcycle, and I tested out the POV capabilities of the Pixpro SP360.
Unfortunately, Paul and his bike don’t come standard with the Pixpro SP360.
The curved helmet mount affixed easily to Paul’s helmet and, mercifully, stayed affixed.
Recording with the app
The app lets you record from your phone. So, while Paul rode around, I manned the controls from the sidewalk.
Here’s another way to view your video.