Insta360 ONE RS Twin Edition Get-Set Kit – Waterproof 4K 60fps Action Camera & 5.7K 360 Camera with Interchangeable Lenses, Stabilization, 48MP Photo, Active HDR, AI Editing

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Insta360 ONE RS Twin Edition Get-Set Kit – Waterproof 4K 60fps Action Camera & 5.7K 360 Camera with Interchangeable Lenses, Stabilization, 48MP Photo, Active HDR, AI Editing

Insta360 ONE RS Twin Edition Get-Set Kit – Waterproof 4K 60fps Action Camera & 5.7K 360 Camera with Interchangeable Lenses, Stabilization, 48MP Photo, Active HDR, AI Editing

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The audio of the Insta360 ONE RS is pretty decent and captures clear audio and clean voices, the mic comes with wind reduction to help with windy days, as well as directional enhancement. The two lens modules impress on specs. The 4K Wide Angle Mod is a f/2.0, 16.4mm focal length (35mm equivalent) lens that can snap photos in 12 MP (4:3) and 8MP (16:9) and shoot video in 4K 60fps. It also manages 200fps in full HD, allowing 8x slow-mo footage. Meanwhile, the Dual-Lens 360º Mod is standard Insta360 fare, with its two f/2.8, 7.2mm (35mm equivalent) lenses that together capture everything in 5.7K 30fps. I would love it if the effective resolution were higher – looking more like 1080p – but I do think spherical video is an incredibly powerful tool to really give people a sense of being there. Reframed video

Both the One RS Boost Mod and X3 feature a half inch sensor for shooting standard video, and they can both capture 4K resolution video. The One RS Boost Mod can shoot at 60fps whereas as the X3 is limited to 30fps. On one ride, I inadvertently left my Insta360 on and got a video of my trail mate going through a tough section. That night, I was able to highlight her in the video using the editing software. The importance of an action camera’s Core and processor cannot be underestimated. The new ONE RS Core is a beast inside and out, adding the following benefits vs the old ONE R Core: Is the Insta 360 ONE R really a pro-grade device? Most pro-videographers will want separate devices for shooting the same scenes in both formats. Besides, the 5.7K capture by the Insta 360 ONE R isn’t really enough for hi-res re-framing; we’re going to have to wait for the arrival of consumer-grade 8K or even 16K 360º cameras for that.The 360 livestream did work on Facebook, though I wish the resolution and lag were a bit better. Credit: Amanda Yeo / Mashable Should you buy it? Is the Insta360 ONE RS a novelty or a serious filmmaking device? Unique in the market, the ONE RS is designed to appeal to anyone who would normally consider a GoPro yet yearns to at least have a go at 360º. Both the One RS and X3 have very similar shooting modes. Both can shoot RAW images, HDR photos and have a mode called Pureshot which automatically improves the quality of your shots without editing.

There is no single verdict to be given on the Insta360 One RS’s image quality, because it can be used with a bunch of different lens and sensor combos. You can plug the 1-inch sensor module from the One R, the long-standing 360-degree mod, or even the original default 4K camera. In terms of choosing between native 360 – where the viewer chooses the angle – and reframed, where you do, I think this depends on the intended usage. Most of the time, I think reframed makes sense, as most video viewing is passive, and most video creators want to choose what the viewers see (or don’t see).

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Like I’ve mentioned both the Insta360 One RS and the X3 can shoot 360 video as well as standard flat video. Both the X3 and One RS shoot 360 video at 5.7K 30fps. The X3 shoots flat video at 4K 30fps whereas the One RS can shoot 4K @60fps For this first section we're going to assume you don’t already know about the old Insta360 One R, because the designs of the two cameras are very similar. The Insta360 One RS is split into three sections. For my second test, I wanted to edit the video conventionally, so that I was choosing the angles. For this test, I took a high-speed RIB (rigid inflatable boat) ride down the Thames. Tough work, but if not me, who? As is the case with most gadgets these days, a good swath of the Insta360 ONE RS's functionality is accessed via a dedicated app. I would not mourn if companies collectively decided we don't need an official app for every piece of tech we own, but in this case the small size of the ONE RS's onboard screen does make it more understandable. Being able to effortlessly pair the 360 Lens capabilities with the 4K Boost lens makes these the only cameras that can offer such a powerful combo.

Video modes: Standard Video, Slow Motion, Active HDR, Timelapse, TimeShift, Loop Recording, 6K WidescreenThis is more capable than the first-gen version, but we’re not convinced how useful the 6K widescreen feature really is. Much more useful is the ability to record in great-looking 4K, which was always pin-sharp and ultra-smooth. Insta360’s app is an edit suite, live preview, device management and device community all thrown together. A few years ago they abandoned the business model of having an app per camera model and went unified. Best move they could have made - bringing everything together. In the first segment this week, Senior Editor Nic de Sena chats with Arthur Coldwells about KTM’s latest Super Duke 1290 GT. That’s the sport-touring version of the Super Duke R. The question is whether KTM overly detuned its fierce superbike, or whether even in touring mode, the heart of The Beast is still just as savage.

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