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This is a new product by Insta 360, a rig that has a camera on the top as well as on the bottom and it’s gonna be working by stitching out the actual drone – Mavic Pro or Mavic 2 Pro.
This is a new drone mount that it’s going to be available for the Mavic Pro and the Mavic 2 and the amazing part about this is it takes the 360 degree lens that’s available for Insta360 R camera and it splits it up into two modules and it mounts one on the top and one on the bottom of the drone. Together, these drones will create a full 360 degree video or still and completely erase the drone from the shot using Insta360’s brand new stitching algorithm.
For any of you who are interested in FPV racing, it’s going to turn a regular drone pilot into an FPV pilot because you don’t need to master the art of moving the drone quickly and fast around objects; all you’ll need to do is fly the drone straight in one direction and then you do all the reframing later in post.
So it’s going to put a lot of power into your hands as drone pilots. The lenses will capture a total of 5.7 K video and when you reframe it, you’ll get anywhere from about 1080 to 2k so you can definitely include this as part of your traditional workflow.
The cameras that Insta360 is using are similar camera to their 5.7 K module for the 1R and together they’ll record a 5.7K video at 30 frames per second, but you’ll also have the option of recording 4k 50fps and 3k at 100 frames per second.
The sensor is a Sony sensor that is used across the board for all of Insta360 cameras and then also you’ll have the control module that will make the drone to be perfectly counterweighted.
Once you shoot and record with it, the control module will link to your app on your phone and you’ll be able to toggle between all of your modes there or you can toggle it directly on the screen.
Once you get the drone mounted and the camera is on, then all the stitching will automatically be done for you in the camera.