Insta360 just launched its latest action cam, the One RS 1-inch 360 co-engineered with camera titan Leica. The One RS can film 6K video and features a 360-degree dual-lens system, allowing creatives to present a unique visual perspective or easily reframe video to follow the action.
Considered a breakthrough due to its two 1-inch CMOS sensors, the One RS 1-inch 360 Edition shoots 6K resolution videos and 21-megapixel, 360-degree photos. You should also see improved low-light performance and depth of field with the One RS 360 Edition. It should be an enjoyable camera to take on any adventure.
The Insta360 One RS 360 Edition will set you back $799.99 for the base kit. The Get Set Kit will cost you $829.99 and adds a 64GB microSD card and a 70cm (28-inch) "Invisible Selfie Stick" that won't interfere with your image. The All-Purpose Kit will run you $859.99 for the same 64GB microSD card, a 120cm (47-inch) Invisible Selfie Stick, and an all-purpose tripod. Kind of pricey, but I'm sure once we get a review unit, we can give you a better idea if it's expensive or worth every penny.
The Insta360 One RS 360 Edition features "FlowState stabilization," a six-axis stabilization meant to ensure smooth video. Yes, there is autofocus and tracking to keep your subject in the center of your frame. The unit is also IPX3 water-resistant, so it should survive a rainy day of filming and photos, but no underwater footage for this one. Also, you're provided a free copy of the excellent Insta360 Studio desktop editing software to edit your projects to look and feel precisely the way you want.
The Insta360 One RS 1-inch 360 Edition is available to purchase directly from Insta360 today and should be available at other retailers in the coming months. We're looking forward to checking it out while OneWheeling or just running around the park with the dog to shoot some fun videos.
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