Lenovo Mirage Camera Review: VR photography for dummies

Virtual reality is gaining steam, but what if you want to create content for the new headsets, not just consume it? That’s where Lenovo’s Mirage Camera comes in. Launching today alongside the Mirage Solo standalone VR headset, it’s a twin-sensor camera designed to capture 3D photos and video without demanding professional videographer credentials first. That’s a pretty big promise for a gadget under $300.

Keep It Simple, Stupid

At first glance, the Mirage Camera shares a lot with the earliest digital cameras. There’s no viewfinder and no preview display; indeed, there are only three buttons, one of which handles power and another the shutter release. The third button cycles through the three shooting modes: stills, video, and live streaming.

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