GoPros and standard photography are incredibly effective at showing us how gnarly extreme stuff is, but there are some interesting moves being made against the standard photography game. After seeing what the new Lytro could do — refocusing an image after the fact by taking in more data — our eyes are again bugging out at a new groundbreaking photo gadget. Created by some ex-Apple engineers, the CENTR Camera uses four different HD cameras to stitch together 360-degree video with a 4K resolution. And the best part is? It's not that expensive.
Splash-proof, tiny, and sporting a bubble-level to make sure it's flat, the CENTR is the perfect camera for adventures that require more than the 149 degrees a GoPro can offer. It can be mounted on a standard tripod or a GoPro mount, and has an endless supply of awesome uses. A few weeks after the head of professional cycling said they were looking into handle-bar cams, American three-time Tour de France winner Greg LeMond wrote, "How cool would it be to have this camera in the peloton during big races?!" With its small size and remarkable abilities, the CENTR could be a game changer for a lot of sports.