Ok, so this is my first attempt at an unboxing video. I know it’s a strange ritual to watch someone unbox something they bought. Usually that kind of thing is only done on Christmas and birthdays. At least then it makes sense because presumably it’s your family and friends watching you unbox (unwrap) gifts they’ve given you. But to watch a total stranger unbox stuff, well, that’s a whole other thing. I have to admit, I didn’t used to get it. However, I watched a few unboxings over the past week and oddly enough I kind of enjoyed them.
One of the things I forgot to mention in the video was the specs of the video camera, which I guess would be something people would want to know. Here they are for you:
Image Sensor: 8.0 million pixels (CMOS)
Functional mode: video recording and photographing
Lens: F2.0 f=1.1mm
Video resolution: 1920x1440P (30fps) 1440×1080 (30fps)
Photo resolution: 3264×2448, 2592×1944, 2304×1728
File format: video (H.264 MOV) picture: JPG
Storage medium: TF card (max 32GB supported)
USB interface: High-speed USB 2.0 interface
Power source: External lithium battery 1000mAh
Something else I think is worth mentioning, the Andoer 360 Panorama isn’t quite 360, at least not how you might be imagining 360 to be i.e. you can look up, down, and all around the video. This is more 360 degrees on a fixed plane. As you’ll see, the video camera only has one lens as oppose to the dual lens like you might find on the Ricoh Theta S Camera.
Alright, let’s get on with the show. Don’t laugh too hard (or laugh and we’ll call it a comedy sketch) at my feeble attempt at unboxing.
Here’s the video I made with the Andoer 360 Panorama Video Camera. Warning: there is no sound. The process of uploading 360 videos to Youtube is different than normal. I think I forgot to check the audio button in the conversion software I used to make it possible for Youtube to read the metadata.
Ok, chow for now peeps.
Pssst…what did you think of my unboxing?0