Following the finalization of its Livestream acquisition earlier this month, Vimeo has announced a new camera for Vimeo Live called Mevo Plus. This hardware joins the original Mevo camera and is compatible with Vimeo Live, the company's livestreaming platform. The original Mevo camera will be phased out, according to Venture Beat, as the improved Mevo Plus becomes the main camera product for Vimeo Live.

Vimeo Live was announced in late September as a livestreaming platform, "specifically meant to address the needs of professional event creators." Now, those same professional event creators have a dedicated camera that is integrated with this service, although the Mevo Plus also works with Periscope, Livestream, Facebook Live, Twitter, and YouTube.

Mevo Plus features a 150 f/2.8 glass lens, 12.4MP Sony 4K sensor with a 3840 x 2160 capture resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio, and 30fps frame rate. Video content can be recorded to the device or can be streamed using Ethernet, WiFi, and LTE. Other features include a six-axis motion sensor, forward-facing speaker, magnetic base, 150-degree FOV, and a built-in battery able to power the camera for up to an hour. The full list of tech specs are available here.

Mevo Plus is priced at $500, and the original Mevo model is now discounted to $300 as the remaining inventory is sold off.

In addition to offering Mevo Plus by itself, the company is also offering a Mevo Plus Pro Bundle for $800, a $100 discount over the bundle's regular price. The bundle includes the Mevo stand, case, Mevo Boost accessory device, and a tripod. Click here to find out more or order one for yourself.