|This post is in collaboration with ALLie Camera.|
I am happy to report that it exceeded my expectation. As a travel blogger and someone more excited to vlog regularly, ALLie Camera is a true asset. With it's direct integration with YouTube – it enables users to live stream 360-degree video directly on YouTube. ALLie Camera is one of the world’s first 360-degree everyday use camera with 24/7 viewing, recording, live streaming, still-capturing, social sharing and virtual reality (VR) viewing capabilities – allowing users to see it all, all the time, no matter where they are.
With the integration with YouTube, you can use the for vlogging, at events, music festivals, and while traveling allowing the viewers to be there like never before. Users can can also publicly or privately live stream private events like birthday parties, weddings, graduations, concerts, sports games and more. Viewers simply swipe, zoom and pan on their phone or tablet to see what’s going on and essentially be there when they’re not – gaining complete control over their viewpoint.
The ALLie Camera features 4K resolution, cloud recording and storage, two-way audio, live and recorded VR mode with included VR headset, among others. It doesn’t require batteries, has simple upkeep with automatically updated software and features, and can be mounted on walls and ceilings or stand on any surface. ALLie can even connect to your Wi-Fi router and live stream your most cherished events for friends and family -- as if they were there in person, too.
For more information on ALLie Camera, and to order, visit www.Allie.Camera. The ALLie app is available on iOS via the Apple App Store and on Google Play for Android devices. You can also follow ALLie on Facebook and Twitter.