Ideal for vloggers, the Insta360 One R allows you to change the lens like in a Lego game for the most different situations.
During the CES 2020 (Consumer Electronics Show 2020), a Insta360 showed the public its newest modular steel camera developed in partnership with Leica: a Insta360 One R, which has three mods available: the 360 ??degree lens with resolution to record videos up to 5.7k; the lens with focal length with 4K resolution; and a wide angle with 1 inch sensor with 5.3K resolution.
Insta360 One R allows you to change lenses for the most diverse occasions
The idea is that you have versatility and practicality when filming and, therefore, you can change the lenses whenever you want without the need for other equipment, being detachable as pieces of a puzzle.
The device has the ability to shoot in slow-motion up to 8 times and also up to 60FPS. Also according to the manufacturer, the Insta360 One R can shoot high quality footage even in low light environments.
It is also waterproof, can withstand up to five meters in depth, and for those who need to go in deeper waters, they can separately purchase a ?Dive Case? to reach up to 60 meters. The interesting solution, but its competitors, like GoPro Hero Black 8For example, they are able to dive deeper without additional accessories.
Other functions for better quality
O Insta360 One R It is equipped with a dedicated stabilization chip so that the images are not blurred, in addition to voice recognition so that the user can issue a command without touching the screen. The cameras support the HDR standard, self-editing and self-framerate, the latter being intended for those who want to make 360 ??degree videos.
The audio recording combines two microphones: a standard and a second that has an algorithm that reduces the noise of winds and external noise. There is also a USB-C output for the user to connect external microphones and also the possibility to use Bluetooth to capture audio through the AirPods, for example.
In addition, there is an invisible selfie stick that gives the illusion that the footage is being made by drones. This is because the camera itself is able to ?take out? the object that the user is holding, looking like the footage is being made of something. See the image below for a better understanding.
It is worth mentioning that the base camera with only the 4K lens is priced at $ 299.99, while the ?Twin Edition? edition, which comes with the 360 ??degree lens, is priced at $ 479.99.