Ricoh has recently unveiled their flagship 360 camera with the launch of the Theta Z1. The pocket sized camera shoots 23MP (6720 x 3360 pixels) still images and 4K (3840 x 1920 pixels) 360-degree video. Additional notable features include a CMOS sensor that packs a maximize ISO 6400, 4K live streaming, and is capable of shooting at 30 frames per second with three-axis stabilization and spatial audio. The Theta Z1 is also using a new lens unit which was developed to increase the overall quality of photos. For those looking to utilize its RAW file capabilities will have to download a plug-in for Lightroom Classic to stitch the files together. This will be available for free, so no additional costs are necessary.