Back in May, Google revealed Jump — an open-source platform that lets content creators easily capture immersive 360-degree video. A Google Jump camera consists of 16 cameras in a circular array, and the first manufacturer to create a camera to Google’s Jump specifications was GoPro, though we only saw a prototype at the time

Now, we know a bit more about that camera. It’ll be called the GoPro Odyssey, and it’s an array of 16 GoPro Hero4 Black cameras. The rig is capable of capturing 8K spherical video at 30 frames per second. It will be available in November for the price of $15,000

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GoPro Odyssey VR camera will cost $15,000, arrive in November