New 360 camera for sharing and live social-media broadcast


RTB Technology has unwrapped their latest 4k 360 camera, the Insta 360 One, which ensures that you can capture every detail through its “smart” technology for fast and easy 360 degree photo taking and video recording.

Despite the easy-to-use design and light weight at 82 grams, the Insta360 One is packed with functions for 24 million pixel photos and 4k video. The raw mode in photo-taking allows the user to collect precise details for professional adjustment. The One achieves six-axis image stabilisation with an onboard gyroscope, ensuring that it records smooth video without sacrificing quality – even in rough-and-tumble situations.

Most importantly for the digital era, Insta360 One comes with smart applications for image modification, video editing, a quick “share” and “live” with 360 degrees on social media.

Moreover, Insta 360 One can be easily used in three different ways –standalone, remote control via Bluetooth, and control via a direct connection to an iPhone charging port to immediately see images from the camera. The direct connection simplifies laid-down photo or video composition. It also comes with outstanding photo-taking technology such as “bullet time” in which creators can capture up to 240 FPS slow-motion shots where the ONE circles them dramatically, always keeping them centre-frame – while the accessory used to spin the camera is flawlessly concealed.

The Insta360 One introduces groundbreaking “free capture” and “smart track” technologies that allow users to effortlessly hone in on the key moments of a spherical video, translating the original 360-degree footage into a standard 1080p fixed-frame video that’s ready to share anywhere – all from their smartphone.

The One can take a micro SD memory Card up to 128 GB capacity. Insta 360 One is now available at the price of Bt11,900 with other accessories available, such as a selfie stick, or a water-resistant case to prevent any crush and dust. With the IP68 standard, the camera could resist water to 30 metres depth.

The Nation
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