The ONE X is designed to give users more creative possibilities – both during and after capture

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Insta360 today released the one X, a 5.7K 360-degree movement digicam it’s well suited with Android and iOS cellular gadgets.

The brand new model is capable of recording round video at 5.7K resolution and 30 frames in keeping with second. For easy motion in action motion pictures or gradual-movement effects you can also prefer to document 4K photos at 50fps or 3K video at 100fps. In image mode the digital camera captures 18MP nonetheless pics.

Insta360 claims the brand new digicam grants “gimbal-like” stabilization with out the gimbal. To gain this the one X uses an upgraded model of Insta360’s FlowState stabilization set of rules which constantly analyzes motion in all directions.

Insta360 ONE X 360 Action Camera Design

There are two rugged case alternatives for the Insta360 ONE X. The undertaking Case is a hard shell designed for above-water taking pictures, which gives splash safety and waterproofing to five meters. The Dive Case with specialized dome lenses allow for underwater 360 shooting down to 30 meters.

Insta360 ONE X 360 Action Camera Features

The Insta360 ONE X can be mounted into the new Insta360 Drifter camera dart and users can throw the camera around to create like a fly-through videos. Also, the “bullet time” slow motion clips in the video look cool, but there are very visible artifacts from stitching.

Users can connect to the ONE X via WiFi to preview and control the shots in real time. WiFi can also be used to transfer footage to the phone for editing and sharing. Additionaly, the camera can be connected with a data transfer cable to transfer the footage. Lightning, USB Type-C and Micro-USB cables are included with the ONE X.

The camera has removable 1200 mAh battery, which means users can carry spare batteries for long shoots. The image settings like ISO, exposure value, white balance and shutter speed can be manually tweaked. The ONE X is also ready for HDR photos, timelapses, hyperlapses, interval shooting and timed shots.