Acer just unveiled two new LTE-connected cameras today at the IFA Trade Show in Berlin. The first being the Holo 360 which has the ability to shoot 4K video and 6.9K spherical photos. It also lets you edit and share your videos easier than ever right from the camera. 

The Holo 360 even lets you livestream or upload directly with LTE or Wi-Fi when available. With a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 mobile processor running Android Nougat you can edit your videos on the fly without the need for a laptop. It also has a 3-inch touchscreen with menu navigation.

The other camera introduced at the show is called the Vision 360 and it’s a 4K dash camera that will capture just about everything on your daily drive. It has two cameras shooting simultaneously and can even add GPS coordinates to the video to help in case of a roadside collision.

The Holo 360 will be available in November for $429 and will come with a water resistant case. There’s no word on the Vision360 release date as of yet, but it is sure to be available soon.

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