There’s a new 360-degree lens you’ll attach to your iPhone to record photos and videos. The Fishball lens clips on with what the company calls a secure locking mechanism and its system of fisheye lenses and mirrors let you shoot 360 degrees using the Fishball mobile app.
There’s already a lens attachment referred to as the Insta360 Nano, that turns your iPhone into a 360-degree camera, but the difference is that it prices $199 and has a considerable number of extra parts, as well as a card slot, internal mike, led indicator, and a shutter. Fishball, meanwhile, currently prices $39 on Indiegogo for early adopters, and its retail price is $99. There’s also a lens referred to as Sphere that turns your DSLR into a 360-degree camera, according to PetaPixel.
Fishball is trying to patent its system of lenses and mirrors. It ships June 2018, but as with all crowded projects, the company is not guaranteed to provide its products.