Vloggers, streamers and YouTuber’s searching for a camera equipped with artificial intelligent tracking, professional imaging, auto zoom and live stream capabilities may be interested in the new OBSBOT Tail. Offering 4K 60 frames per second recording and equipped with a three axis gimbal the OBSBOT Tail is now available to back fire Kickstarter with early bird pledges available from $489 or roughly £381. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about how the camera can track your movements even in complex environments.
Showcased at this year’s recent CES 2019 technology show the OBSBOT Tail uses advanced algorithms to enable the camera to track record and capture targets in 4K. “OBSBOT Tail is the world’s first Auto Director AI Video Camera. It’s designed to give video creators a range of exciting new abilities, through premium hardware, a powerful app and advanced algorithms. Now, you can track, record and capture movement in up to 4K/60fps videos. With OBSBOT Tail, anyone can be their own actor, director and cameraman all at the same time! Its intelligent shooting features make OBSBOT Tail the perfect choice for dancers, skaters, vloggers, families, and other video content creators including more advanced users such like filmmakers. “
The OBSBOT Tail 4K camera is also equipped with high precision gesture controls allowing users to easily adjust recordings from a range of up to 6m (Wide) to 20m (Tele) distances, say its creators. “The gesture control also works really well in complex environments such as different shooting angles, various background, and complicated light conditions. No need to press buttons or interrupt your flow!” The camera and its three axis gimbal is also is capable of providing stable and smooth tracking with advanced AI tracking that allows for shooting up to a distance of 40 meters from its subject
For more details and full specifications on the new OBSBOT Tail 4K camera jump over to the official Kickstarter campaign page by following the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Camera News, Top News