CES: Insta360 Announces 8K Professional 3D VR Camera

CES: Insta360 Announces 8K Professional 3D VR Camera

Foto: Insta360 Pro

Insta360, winner of the CES 2017 Innovation Honoree award for the Insta360 Nano, announced the launch of its Insta360 Pro professional VR 3D camera in Las Vegas. The standalone camera raises the bar for professional VR imaging with 8K resolution, 3D image and video capturing, and immersive livestreaming capabilities.

The product offers VR imaging system for professional photo and video creators as well as non-professionals. Insta360 Pro captures up to 8K 360-degree videos and leverages 6 independent, high-definition lenses. It captures 60-megapixel 360-degree 3D stills and supports both HDR and RAW formats to bring out levels of detail and low-light. When recording 4K video, the camera supports up to 100fps.

It's real-time image stitching technology allows 360-degree video in up to 4K and offers both H.264 and H.265 video compression. Higher definition image files can be easily auto-stitched with Insta360 Studio. Able to capture 3D videos in up to 6K (4K in real-time stitching mode), it presents a new form for professional photographers.

Insta360 Pro can live-stream 4K video to any 360-degree live streaming platform, it can be used with both the dedicated iOS and Android apps and connects via WiFi, Ethernet or 4G. The Insta360 Pro's RRP is set to be around $3000 and will be available on Amazon and Insta360’s official online store later this year.

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