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Insta360 Air 360 Degree Action Camera for Android Phones (USB Type-C Connector) Black
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- Create stunningly immersive 360° photos and videos with the Insta360 Air. Take photos in stunning 360° 3K (3008 x 1504) and videos @ 30 frames per second (2560 x 1280).
- Real-time stitching of footage allows you to view and share your content instantly. The device and accompanying free app are fully compatible with Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, WhatsApp, Messenger and WeChat.
- Make your webcam discussions and meetings more interactive and turning them into 360° experience by using the include USB cable as a webcam stand.
- This device features a USB Type-C connection port designed for the latest smartphones and tablets. If your device features a Micro USB charging port please consider purchasing the Insta360 Air Micro USB version instead.
- Free app, 360 player/studio/plugin, VR cardboard box,Connector :USB micro/Type-C (Please choose the appropriate version according to your phone. )
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Life doesn’t fit in a rectangle.
Do your adventures justice in full 360°. Live-stream to the world, edit moments to perfection or relive them in immersive VR.
One touch to the world. Share 360 highlights of your life with friends on social media or broadcast them in real time with live-streaming mode.
Just plug in and play your Air is a 360° webcam. Included USB cable doubles as a webcam stand.
As a portable spherical video camera, Insta360 Air is a user-friendly tool to take 360-degree spherical videos and photos, especially for videographers, virtual reality lovers and travellers.
Tailored to your device supporting a wide-ranging list of compatible Android smartphones (see below).
Plug and play. 360° creation has never been simpler with one-touch photo and video capture. Share and revisit your experiences in immersive VR.
The following devices are NOT compatible:
Huawei: Mate7/Glory 7i
Nubia: Z9 Mini/Z7 Max/Z7 Mini
Please ensure your device meets these minimum configuration requirements:
1. Supports OTG
2. Android 5.1 or above
3. System on Chip(SOC): Qualcomm 600 Series or 800 Series, MTK Helio X10, X20, X25 or X30 Series, Exynos 7410 or 8890, Huawei Kirin9xx Series
4. RAM: 2G or above
This device features a USB Type-C connection port designed for the latest smartphones and tablets. If your device features a Micro USB charging port please consider purchasing the Insta360 Air Micro USB version instead.
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I have posted pics and videos online and the results look great , I have even live streamed and it worked so easily.
I do use a galaxy S8 but the usage is so easy. The app has had 2 updates already and I updated the firmware which again is a doddle.
For the cost this tiny device is s must and even though it's early days this type of device is the future of photography.
If you want to try 360 then you can't go wrong with this and like me if you need an extra go anywhere camera it's a no brainer.
Using the camera, it takes a little while to get used to having to holding the phone upside down, as the camera plugs in the bottom. If you have your phone locked in portrait mode to avoid accidental reorientation, you'll need to knock that off which is a bit of a pain. Most Android phones have the ability to switch auto rotate on in the swipe down quick options though.
Camera app itself (have to DL from Play Store) is pretty simple. Photo, video, and Live stream (FB, YT). Couple of filters that can be applied in real-time or afterwards. There's an options menu so you can delay the capture so your thumb isn't huge. Also it works using the volume buttons on the phone which I recommend. Other option is exposure compensation which is pretty essential as you're capturing the whole visible world from sky to floor. In high dynamic range situations, you're likely going to knock the exposure up a few stops. DR isn't terrible on the camera, but 360 is asking a lot out of current consumer tech.
Sharing can be a little confusing, and I'm still learning, AND it's likely to change on a monthly basis! FB app supports 360 video/photos natively, YT 360 video. Both those support live streaming too. Other apps that don't support 360, you're left with the options of flattening the experience either through an animated rotation through the photo/video, or little planet, crystal ball, or fully flattened style. Little planet is quite fun.
Most likely everyone has seen 360 stuff on their timelines now and is getting used to it. It's still a bit clunky and I reckon there's still quite a few folk wondering WHY?! It took me a while to come around to it, but I'm now a convert. Where it comes into it's own though, is in a VR headset. While quality of VR resolution, both the headsets and the imagery driving it is nowhere near where it needs to finally be, the level of immersion is fantastic, and something none of us have really been able to experience previously. It's like being back there, in the moment of your own memories, or an amazing viewpoint into someone else's. Many years from now, this is how memories will be captured and shared!
Quality, it's pretty good in the current market and price point. We need 16k resolution before it starts to get really good, and the optics to back it up. There's some really expensive 5-figure rigs out there with scores of lenses/cameras, painstakingly stitching it all together. For two small fish eyes stuck to a small sensor and unit, in a ping pong ball sized unit, stitched together in real-time, it's good. However, you'll need your expectations set right as it's not the equivalent of looking at a 30MP still from a full frame DSLR capturing 50 degrees field of view.
Summary is, great fun, works well, great price. If you're interested in trying the new format and have an Android phone, it's a great option. I suspect in 12 months there will be something 3x better and the stars will start to fall.
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