Insta360, the world-class 360-degree camera company, previously launched the Insta360 Nano which is an accessory to turn your Apple iPhone into a 360-degree video shooting camera. And now on the same lines, the company is also launching some other interesting products. Insta360 is launching the new Insta360 Stereo at IFA 2016. This new camera takes hemispherical 3D photos and videos. At the same time, the company also confirms that the new Insta360 Air for Android smartphones will launch this coming November.
One of the most important to note here is, the Insta360 Stereo is a 3D camera that supports live streaming, in addition to providing users with a high quality virtual reality experience.Insta360 Stereo is a spherical 3D camera. By using Insta360 Stereo, you can take spherical 3D videos, which can be used in live shows, film creation, etc. It has broken through the limitation of traditional video shooting and could give the users a subversive visual experience. While watching it under the companion of VR headsets, it will provide a fully immersive 3D virtual reality.
Insta360 will also be previewing the new Insta360 Pro–Professional 360° camera at IFA, which is also planned to launch around the end of this year. Additionally, Android smartphone users will be glad to hear that the Insta360 Air will be available later this November. Now talking about the previously launched Insta360 Nano, it simply clips onto an iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s or 6s Plus. Additionally, for panoramic action shots or videos the Insta360 Nano can be attached to a bike or boarding helmet, drone or selfie stick.
Plus, if users don’t have access to a VR headset, then the Insta360 packaging is easily converted into a Google Cardboard VR viewer. So it does have some nifty features up its sleeves. Insta360 Nano is $219 on Amazon. The Insta360 Air, the new product for Android, will be a similar price. Stay tuned for more info on these products.