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Lenovo's Mirage Camera might just be the future of photography

The VR-ready camera features dual 13MP fisheye cameras.
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Lenovo Mirage Camera with Daydream

What if you could share memories just as you saw them with your own eyes? Lenovo's new Mirage Camera with Daydream wants to push photography into a VR-powered feature with dual 13MP fisheye cameras to give photos the kind of depth perception that you've never seen in an image. Photos and Videos are shot natively in 4K and have a 180 x 180 degree field of capture so you won't miss any of the action. You can even use the camera to livestream so you can see what the camera sees in real time inside your VR headset. 

$299, amazon.com

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