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Insta360's action camera lineup includes the ONE series (ONE, ONE X, ONE R and ONE X2) and the Insta360 GO. The ONE series uses 360 technology to create traditional flat video results by "reframing" the 360 video, allowing the editor to pick their angle in post-production.They also all share "FlowState Stabilization" Insta360's proprietary image stabilization technology.


Insta360 One X

The ONE X is more than a 360-degree shooter. It’s a new kind of camera that uses 360 to give users more freedom and more creative possibilities – both during and after capture.

Combining an unlimited field of view with gimbal-level stabilization and new high-FPS shooting modes, the ONE X unlocks the ability to control time and perspective in ways that make it feel more like a fleet of cameras than a single device.

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Insta360 One X


Insta360 One X2

The ONE X2 features four shooting modes: 360, Steady Cam, InstaPano and MultiView. In 360 mode, the camera will capture and stitch together a 5.7K 360-degree video. Steady Cam makes it possible to compose your shot — from the whole 360-degree view — and capture digitally-stabilized video that’s ready to share off the bat.


InstaPano is a new mode that captures full panoramas of a scene with a single tap. Lastly, MultiView allows you to capture two angles at once, enabling you to capture both the scene in front of you as well as yourself in two separate videos.

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Insta360 One X2


Insta360 ONE R

The One R consists of a 'CPU' with built-in miniature touchscreen and a battery pack which can be combined with one of three camera/lens units:

  • A 360-degree camera that records at 5.7K resolution

  • A GoPro style action camera with 16.4mm equivalent focal length that can record 4K footage at 60fps and 1080p video at up to 200 fps.

  • A wide-angle module with 1-inch sensor and 14.4mm equivalent focal length that records 5.3K footage at 30fps , 4K at 60fps or 1080p at 120fps. This module was developed with the help of camera company Leica.

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Insta360 One R

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