• Rylo
  • Rylo
  • Rylo
  • Rylo

Specs / Features


Specification

Video Features
4K Yes
Usability Features
Storage Memory 16 GB microSD included, expandable up to 256 GB
Preview Screen OLED display screen
Ports micro USB
Brand Rylo
Warranty 12 months
Release date 31-October-2017
Size 7.25 x 3.7 x 4.27 cm (2.9 x 1.5 x 1.7 in)
Weight 108 grams
(3.81 ounces)

Critic Reviews


Digital Photography Review

A 360º camera done right

from Digital Photography Review

The Rylo is a great example of a 360º camera done right. Rather than just capturing spherical video and expecting your audience to view it as such, it provides a set of tools that allow you focus in on telling your story, as well to share that story in a way that's comfortable and familiar to most people.

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The Rylo is a great example of a 360º camera done right. Rather than just capturing spherical video and expecting your audience to view it as such, it provides a set of tools that allow you focus in on telling your story, as well to share that story in a way that's comfortable and familiar to most people.

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Gear Patrol

Easily the best application of 360-degree video tech yet

from Gear Patrol

The Rylo is the easiest action camera I’ve ever used. You simply charge it up, turn it on, and start recording. It’s truly that simple. No settings to mess with, no multiple buttons to memorize.

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The Rylo is the easiest action camera I’ve ever used. You simply charge it up, turn it on, and start recording. It’s truly that simple. No settings to mess with, no multiple buttons to memorize.

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Forbes

A great 360 camera, with a few flaws

from Forbes

If you’re looking to make slick-looking videos and photos of your life and adventures on the go, but never pause to set up a photograph, the Rylo will likely work perfectly for you. This is not a “photographer’s” camera. It just doesn’t have the settings and features photographers expect.

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If you’re looking to make slick-looking videos and photos of your life and adventures on the go, but never pause to set up a photograph, the Rylo will likely work perfectly for you. This is not a “photographer’s” camera. It just doesn’t have the settings and features photographers expect.

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Three Sixty Cameras

You never need to move your camera again

from Three Sixty Cameras

There is a lot about the Rylo that excites me, and a few things that frustrate me. The stabilization is so good that it almost makes up for every other flaw. This, combined with the intuitive re-framing editor, means that this is a camera that anyone could find useful, not just those interested in 360 video.

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There is a lot about the Rylo that excites me, and a few things that frustrate me. The stabilization is so good that it almost makes up for every other flaw. This, combined with the intuitive re-framing editor, means that this is a camera that anyone could find useful, not just those interested in 360 video.

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Business Insider

A tiny package with a lot of promise and cool tricks

from Business Insider

Much about the Rylo system is impressive. The camera is lightweight and appears to be well-made. The automatic stabilization feature works great. That it's able to create spherical videos with few noticeable seams with just two cameras is pretty amazing.

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Much about the Rylo system is impressive. The camera is lightweight and appears to be well-made. The automatic stabilization feature works great. That it's able to create spherical videos with few noticeable seams with just two cameras is pretty amazing.

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Wired

Takes your footage from wobbly to Oscar-worthy

from Wired

This is the best panorama-capture device I've used. It's small and easy to use, with remarkably stable video. Importing, editing, and sharing all happen seamlessly. Rylo's most advanced tech is very much a work in progress. Every now and then, video looks like crap for no good reason. Lack of manual controls can be frustrating.

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This is the best panorama-capture device I've used. It's small and easy to use, with remarkably stable video. Importing, editing, and sharing all happen seamlessly. Rylo's most advanced tech is very much a work in progress. Every now and then, video looks like crap for no good reason. Lack of manual controls can be frustrating.

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SlashGear

This 360-degree camera has a film crew inside

from SlashGear

What I find far more interesting is the ability to extract a traditional video from a 360-degree clip, and that’s where Rylo has real promise. With a little imagination you can create footage that looks as though a cameraperson had a hand in it, even though you shot it all yourself.

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What I find far more interesting is the ability to extract a traditional video from a 360-degree clip, and that’s where Rylo has real promise. With a little imagination you can create footage that looks as though a cameraperson had a hand in it, even though you shot it all yourself.

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