Insta360 unveils thumb-sized GO 3 action camera

There are many challengers to the GoPro throne, hoping to dethrone the gold standard of action cameras with unique designs and features. Today the newcomer enters the fray: The The Insta360 GO 3 can detach its incredibly small camera and wirelessly stream live video previews to the LCD display.

DJI is the company to turn to most when looking for an alternative to GoPro’s offerings DJI Action 2 Photo tool Featuring a clever modular design like electronic building blocks), the Insta360 brings some Personal video tools including a Webcam on a stabilized gimbal That can be tracked and rotated Follow users as they move around a room. The small company first made a name for itself with 360-degree cameras (hence the name), which are very interesting to most consumers. The company’s Insta360 GO action cameras, despite being as small as your thumb, have gained more and more useful features over the years.

The original Insta360 GO came with somewhat limited performance compared to other well-established action cameras from a few years ago, including low recording times and low frame rates due to the camera’s small battery, but the biggest problem was the inability to create shots. With no screen, preview your capture before hitting record. The Insta360 GO 2 fixes many of the original’s obvious issues, including increasing the video frame rate to 50fps, adding the ability to live stream video to a smartphone app for framing shots, and an improved charging case (like relying on wireless earbuds). Improve their battery life), this is it Doubled both remote and Tripod.

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The new Insta360 GO 3 is even closer to being a legitimate GoPro competitor with several performance improvements, including a slight bump in video resolution up to 2,720×1,536. Recording at 2.7K has a limited frame rate of 30fps, but users can lower the resolution to 2,560×1,440 to still shoot video at up to 50fps—and there are no recording time limits. As long as you have enough power. Battery life has always been one of the biggest drawbacks of Insta360 GO cameras due to their compact and lightweight design, but the GO 3 pushes recording time up to 45 minutes, or 170 minutes when docked. This includes the Pod accessory—which is a significant upgrade here.

The Insta360 GO 3 is available starting today in three different storage capacities: 32GB for $380, 64GB for $400, or 128GB for $430.

A person with the Insta360 GO 3 camera uses the pod accessory attached to a mount on a skateboard to see a live preview of what it's recording.Picture: Insta360

The Pod not only gives the Insta360 GO 3 much improved battery life, but also finally brings video previews to the action game, with a built-in 2.2-inch touchscreen that can flip 180 degrees for selfie videos while making it easy. To make changes to settings wirelessly without connecting the camera to a smartphone app. It’s still an option, but the Insta360 GO 3’s Pod accessory can also be used as a wireless remote when the camera is used on its own, including live-streamed real-time video preview.

A man wears an Insta360 GO 3 camera on his chest, attached to a metal pendant.Picture: Insta360

The thumb-sized camera attaches magnetically to the pod, making it easy to attach it to other included accessories, such as a metal pendant. Allows the GO 3 camera to be worn on the chest for first-person viewing, a mount that attaches to the brim of a hat, and a reusable adhesive to attach the GO 3 camera to non-magnetic surfaces. Friendly.

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