Insta360’s newest action camera, the GO 3, has been released. It’s a little action camera that records in stunning 2.7K resolution.
The Insta360 Go 3 camera has a focal length of 11.24mm and an aperture of F2.2. It can record audio in MP4 format and take images in INSP and DNG. It’s possible to capture video in 1080p, 1,440p, and 2.7K at frame rates of 24, 25, 30, and 50 frames per second. You can’t record at 50 frames per second at 2.7K. The camera also records slow-motion footage at 120 frames per second in full 1080p HD.
The new Insta360 Go 3 offers three different recording options: timed capture, loop recording, and pre-recording. You may set the camera to turn on and begin recording at a predetermined time in the Time Capture mode. This function might be useful for recording a timelapse of a sunrise or similar event.
In addition to FlowState Stabilisation and 360 Horizon Lock, the camera also has a 6-axis gyroscope for shooting films with no distortion or tilt. The new Insta360 GO 3 has two microphones for recording high-quality sound.
The ActionPod uses Bluetooth to communicate with the camera, allowing both remote operation and a live preview. The Action Pod has a flip touchscreen that measures 2. There’s a 1,270 mAh battery inside, and it charges through USB-C at 65 dollars each charge. The ActionPod has an ingress protection rating of IPX4. The battery of the Go 2 camera is 310 mAh and takes 35 minutes to fully charge. And it has an IPX8 rating, meaning it is completely waterproof. According to Insta360, the battery lasts for 45 minutes without the Action Pod and may last for 170 minutes with it.
The Insta360 GO 3 is only available in white at this time. A Monkey Tail Mount, a Mini 2-in-1 Tripod, and a Screen Protector are all available as extras. The camera’s storage choices are 32GB (for Rs. 36,890), 64GB (for Rs. 38,940), and 128GB (for Rs. 42,630).