- Insta360 Pro VR Camera Now Available For Sale
- Insta360 Pro: a camera that offers a very high definition
The camera for the Insta360 Pro VR was presented at CES 2017 in Las Vegas in early January. Particularly noted for its definition and characteristics, the camera developed by the Chinese start-up Insta360 was expected by many people. She joined the catalog of the company which had notably made known with its autonomous 360-degree camera for iPhone.
Insta360 Pro VR Camera Now Available For Sale
Highly anticipated after its remarkable presentation at CES 2017 in Las Vegas, Insta360 Pro camera is now available for sale. It is possible to order a copy of the virtual reality camera priced at 3499 US dollars from the online store of the Chinese start-up. The Insta360 Pro VR camera comes in black with its power adapter, a type C cable as well as an Ethernet cable, a battery with an autonomy of 65 minutes, a protective cover, a lens protector and its storage box.
It is necessary to count $ 300 additional to acquire two additional batteries and a charging station. Transport costs can also add to the bill. You can order your camera and its accessories now here.
Insta360 Pro: a camera that offers a very high definition
The Insta360 Pro camera has 6 independent "Fish-eyes" type lenses. It can be used as well to realize very high quality shots (60 Megapixels) is still 360 degree and / or 3D videos. A real professional and semi-professional tool for virtual reality. It is above all the definition that differentiates the VR camera from other products on the market. The Insta360 Pro camera effectively offers 8K definition for video. It is also possible to film in 4K and adopt 100 fps mode. This speed allows in particular to overcome the phenomenon of nausea well known to owners of virtual reality headsets. You can see, below, the presentation of the camera during CES 2017 in Las Vegas.
It is also possible to use the camera in Live-Stream mode to share an event on the Internet and social networks. Insta360 Pro is also optimized to be able to operate in low light, which is often the Achilles heel of VR cameras. Despite its exceptional characteristics, the camera for virtual reality remains quite compact with its 14.3 cm side and its weight of 1.2 Kg.