The Insta360 Pro 2 Spherical VR 360 8K Camera is a 6-lens compact device that records 360°, 3D video and images to 6 microSD cards and 1 SD card, as well as live streaming in 4K to compatible streaming services. The following are some of the highlights:
- Up to 8K resolution 360° 3D video is recorded.
- In real time, six 200° cameras were stitched and stabilised.
- While recording, live stream 360° 3D 4K video to compatible platforms.
- 6 microSD cards and 1 SD card with a V30 or higher rating (not included!) are required.
So, what’s new?
The Insta360 Pro 2 camera is a significant improvement over the first Insta360 Pro, and it addresses many of our concerns with the original. The new antennae on the camera’s top are likely the first thing you’ll notice. They’re compatible with a GPS device that’s now built-in, as well as a new expanded wireless control system that works up to 1000 feet away. Video recording has been enlarged from a single SD card to six microSD cards and one SD card, resulting in a video recording speed of 120 Mbps, which is three times faster than before. Internally, the camera can now record complete 360-degree 3D film in 8K. External audio is significantly easier to capture with a top 1/4″ threaded hole and 1/8″ audio in, and HDR mode helps with uneven illumination.
3D video recording in 360 degrees:
The Insta360 Pro 2 Spherical VR 360 8K Camera is a 6-lens small gadget that captures 360-degree 3D video at up to 8K 30 frames per second. 360° film that is not in 3D can be recorded at up to 8K 60fps. The main disadvantage of all-in-one 360° camera systems is their lack of resolution, but with four times the resolution of lower-end 4K cameras, this system produces a far crisper image when seen using 360° viewers and headsets. Do you require 3D audio? A Sennheiser Ambeo Premium Ambisonic Kit is also available for rent.
360° 3D 4K Video Live Streaming:
The camera can livestream 4K 360 footage to services like YouTube and Facebook Live if they are compatible. You can use this functionality to stream a live preview to compatible VR headsets locally. The Insta360 can connect to the internet by wi-fi or ethernet, however for the bitrates required to broadcast 4K footage, ethernet is always recommended. With well-designed Mac, PC, Android, and iOS applications, setup is kept simple.
MicroSD and SD memory cards are supported:
All video and photographs can be saved to standard microSD and SD memory cards with a V30 or above grade. Images and video can be formatted in a variety of ways, ranging from pre-stitched JPG and MP4 files to RAW photos and untouched video grabs from each of the 6 lenses. Are you looking for a media solution that only requires one click? A 128GB Media Bundle is also available for rent, which contains all of the cards you’ll need to get started as well as a seven-port USB hub for easy file management.
On-Board Mics, Live Stitching, and Image Stabilization :
The Insta 360 II’s internal CPU can stitch 4K video in real time, and the picture stabilisation has been increased. Four on-board microphones capable of creating ambisonic audio are used to record audio. With so much crammed into such a small space, the fans have to work extra hard to keep everything cool. In heated filming environments, fan noise can become noticeable, so we recommend collecting essential audio externally or utilising the 1/8″ input jack to keep your mic away from it.
Battery life is 50 minutes:
With the Insta360 PT854291-2S Pro Battery Pack, the camera may be powered for up to 50 minutes. If the internal battery runs out of juice and you need to resume shooting, the accompanying AC adapter can power and charge it at the same time. Apart from the camera, we also hire a Dual Charging Station to charge spare batteries.
Kits are also available. Check out our Insta360 Pro 2 VR 360 8K Camera Premium Kit if you’re seeking for an all-in-one solution. It comes with everything you’ll need, including batteries, memory cards, and even a tripod.
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