There are plenty of cameras out there that are more than capable of capturing action videos, but if you’re after something small enough to slip into your pocket, you might be interested to learn that Ricoh has recently announced the Ricoh Theta m15 camera. What makes this camera different from other action cameras is that it is small and slim.

It will also feature a spherical lens that will also allow the shooter to shoot omnidirectional videos as long as 3 minutes. The Theta m15 is the successor to last year’s Theta where the company has also managed to double the WiFi transfer rate. All users have to do is link the camera to their smartphone that they will be able to transfer videos captured wirelessly.

It’s an interesting concept and it will probably appeal to a niche group of users. After all with its 360-degree video capture, it might not necessarily appeal to those who just wants to capture regular videos and photos. The Theta m15 will also feature 4GB of storage, an ISO range of 100 to 1600 for photos, 100 to 400 for video, and a shutter speed as fast a 1/8000 of a second.

The Ricoh Theta m15 will be released in Japan and the UK come 14th of November where it will be priced around $435, which we have to say is a bit expensive for its type of camera, but we suppose if you can justify its price, why not?

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