Insta360 One X has been into the eyes everyone nowadays, as it provides very high quality 360 videos with smooth stabilization and this product has taken the market with a storm and is here to stay for a long run. When it comes to producing great video, we just need is capturing the action and slick editing; Insta360 would be the great choice. It is small, easy to use and has a smooth stabilization. It contains almost all of the features of its competitors, and also adds some cool features that no other 360 camera has ever seen with an aggressive price point (which is quite of the deal).
Insta360 One X stands out the best among other products, as in comparison to GoPro Fusion which as 5.2K whereas Insta’s has whooping 5.7K resolution. The OneX also claims to have HDR for both still images as JPEG or DNG raw, which each have a resolution of 18MP , and for video. Another feature is it’s video live streaming, which is something that other competitors lack about.
The One X is quite stylist and has got a significant redesigned compared to its predecessors. It has gotten larger, longer and also has an LCD screen. Adding LCD screen has allows us to exert a lot of manual control without having to connect to your phone. It also comes with two buttons, one large and one small – located below the screen and are used to navigate the menu and select options.
You will be very surprise as operating the One X is easy. The only problem is that the one/off button, which is all too easy to accidentally press when handling the One X. The battery should around one hour of continuous shooting when used without the WiFi connection. When WiFi is on the battery starts draining quickly.
The Insta360 One X has been trying really hard to change the view of the user toward the 360 camera, and to be honest it does a pretty good job. It may be a 360 camera, but this uniquely talented shooter is at the best when producing trick-filled traditional videos.
Price in Nepal – Rs 51,500.
Insta360 One X Key Specifications
- 18 MP still image resolution
- video resolutions – 5760 x 2880 @30fps, 3840 x 1920 @50fps, 3008 x 1504 @100fps
- Built-in 6-axis gyroscopic stabilization
- Exposure compensation and manual control over shutter speed and ISO
- Weight with battery: 115g
- Dimensions: 115mm x 48mm x 28mm
- MicroSD card slot up to 128GB
- 1200mAh battery, 60 mins run time shooting 5.7K @30FPS or 4K@50FPS video
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