Your New Pocket Camera Has Arrived

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Whether you’re an established content creator or are just trying to capture your world through new eyes, the Insta360 ONE X2 is worthy of your hard-earned cash.

So with travel restrictions, chances are you’re exploring your home a little more, perhaps trying to learn a new skill, catch up with mates, or generally try to turn a negative into a positive. Fair game. What you might find useful along this journey of self-discovery is the ability to document prosperity (or just for your own sake) in stable, high res glory. And for that, you’ll need the right camera.

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Introducing the Insta360 ONE X2, a pocket-sized camera from the peeps behind the original Insta360 that offers unbreakable stabilization, 5.7K 360 video, IPX8 waterproofing, a 360 touch display, and a range of AI-powered editing features. Think of it as part camera and part cinematic sidekick.

Whether you're an established content creator or are just trying to capture your world through new eyes, the Insta360 ONE X2 is worthy of your hard earned cash.

With just one device, you can capture every angle at once, and unlock cinematic perspectives that used to require a cameraman or drone. When you’re ready to edit, AI-powered features in the Insta360 app and desktop software help you find and edit your best shots in just a few taps.

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Like a pocket camera crew, the Insta360 ONE X2 unlocks a world of creative possibilities, including four ways to shoot—360, Steady Cam, InstaPano, and MultiView— which come together to deliver a multi-cam rig that fits in your pocket.

With 5.7K 360 degree capture, the camera catches the action in every
direction, so you don’t have to point while shooting (or be super sober). Just choose your favorite angle during your edit, or let ONE X2’s AI do it for you.

Whether you're an established content creator or are just trying to capture your world through new eyes, the Insta360 ONE X2 is worthy of your hard-earned cash.

Alternatively, when you want to capture traditional flat videos, there’s Steady Cam mode, which puts all your firepower behind one of ONE X2’s lenses, capturing ultra-stable, ultra-wide footage that’s ready for instant
sharing. InstaPano is a brand-new photo mode for capturing beautiful panoramas with just one tap, while creative types will love MultiView, which displays two angles at once, with different fields of view.

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And once you’ve captured the magic, editing is a breeze thanks to Shot lab, which hosts a continuously updated collection of one-tap templates using the latest and greatest 360 editing techniques. All you need to do is bring the footage and Shot Lab turns it into something epic. Templates like Dolly Zoom and Stop Motion make cinematic effects as easy as a tap. Clone Trail and Shadow Clone templates clone your body in seconds. Ghost Town takes your 360 timelapse and removes people from it, outputting an unobstructed photo.

Whether you're an established content creator or are just trying to capture your world through new eyes, the Insta360 ONE X2 is worthy of your hard-earned cash.

The ONE X2’s higher-performance 1630mAh battery keeps you shooting for 80 minutes, while a new ultra-bright high-def touchscreen allows you to preview your shot in 360 degrees. The new camera is also ready for the water, with IPX8 waterproofing. Take it down to 10 meters (33ft) without a case, or use the Dive Case to shoot down to 45 meters with seamless underwater stitching.

Because you never know where this journey will take you.

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Nick Walton is a Hong Kong-based photojournalist and Group Managing Editor for Artemis Communications, producers of Alpha Men Asia, JETSETTER Magazine, Explorer Magazine, The Art of Business Travel, Mirandus, IKHLAS, The Journal and The Edition.

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