Best 360 Degree Camera 2018

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Taking photos in the real world and making it appear as real as possible has always been a tough challenge. The real world is not enclosed in 3:2, 4:3, or even 16:9 resolution, which is often the limits of photography. However, with the advent of 360-degree technology, taking photos has taken a step (no, a leap) forward. Now, we can take highly inclusive photos that capture the world around us in 360 degrees. At present, 360-degree photos are still considered a novelty but they may soon become the norm. With this, we tried and tested several devices to find the best 360-degree camera and the best 360-degree VR camera. Here are the units we tested. Read on to find out what we think of each and every camera on the list.

GoPro Fusion

GoPro Fusion Best 360-Degree Camera

Testing the GoPro Fusion is filled with fun and excitement on our end. Like any other GoPro camera, the GoPro Fusion is easy to strap and attach on any of our kits like on our helmet, bike, shoes, surfboard, or car because it comes with a wide selection of mounts. Moreover, like other GoPro cameras, it is a durable action camera with the only difference that it can capture stills and videos in 360 degrees.

Considered as the best 360-degree camera by many, it was easy to see why the GoPro Fusion has its own loyal following. Taking photos and videos on this camera is so easy such that you do not need in-depth photography knowledge and skills to make full use of it. Everything it captures is impressive and we were always astounded when we check the images and clips we took using it.

Although the GoPro Fusion seemed bigger compared to the Hero 6, it has roughly the same thickness and finishes. When we held it in our hands, it was a familiar action camera since we had a lot of experience with other GoPro cameras. GoPro retained the two-button control even on this 360-degree camera to ensure that it is easy and simple to use.

We were able to capture spherical videos using the GoPro Fusion. The camera is built with two 180-degree lenses in the front and in the back. Hence, it can capture everything around it. Move over 4K video because the GoPro Fusion can capture 5.2K videos, thanks to its advanced sensors and optics. Hence, the GoPro Fusion really brought image and video shooting to a whole new level.

The most notable feature on the GoPro Fusion is the OverCapture. With this feature, we framed and took every shot perfectly from any angle. Then, we were able to create amazing videos by editing the clips quickly on our smartphone. We found that the OverCapture feature worked best when we used an iPhone.

Like other GoPro cameras, control, editing, and playback were made easier and more seamless with its accompanying GoPro app. We downloaded the app and we instantly had access to all media we shot using the GoPro Fusion. The app also allowed editing of spherical videos and quick sharing later on.

Another feature we liked on the GoPro Fusion is its stability. Even without using a gimbal, we captured smooth videos even without mounting the camera on a gimbal. Our videos were never shaky or blurry.

We really enjoyed our time with the GoPro Fusion. Its capability really went over and beyond creating immersive 360-degree videos. It is one of best candidates in our search for the best 360-degree camera out there.

 

8.8Expert Score
Fusion by GoPro

Immersive 360-degree videos taken in a single shot

Design
9
Features
9
Performance
10
Quality
9
Price/Value
8
Battery Life
8
PROS
  • Compact and light
  • Idiot-proof
  • Has tons of mount options
  • Durable and waterproof
  • OverCapture is a great feature
CONS
  • Expensive
  • No OverCapture for Android
  • Difficult to work on desktop
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Insta360 One

Insta360 One Best 360-Degree Camera

The Insta360 One is a compact and versatile 360-degree camera that is perfect for adventure junkies out there. When we got the Insta360 One, we tried using it in different set-ups. We were able to use it on its own, shoot with it remotely using our smartphone, and mount it on our phone for instant and seamless preview. We really enjoyed shooting with the Insta360 One because the camera is complemented with a great software that made everything super easy. We were able to instantly process dual-hemisphere images via its software and we were even amazed by its effects. We especially liked the Little Planet effect.

The Insta360 One is a relatively new player in the 360-degree camera scene. Unlike big camera brands like Nikon and GoPro, the team behind this camera is based in Shenzhen, China. The Insta360 One is one of their premium devices but it still is a whole lot cheaper compared to the cameras from the big brands.

Still, after we tested the Insta360 One, we can say that it can perform relatively at par the other brands but for a fraction of the cost. This tiny device can capture high-resolution photos and 4K videos. However, it last Wi-Fi connectivity but makes up for it with Bluetooth. Apparently, the main objective of the Insta360 One is to connect it with an iPhone. The device supports the Lightning connection to an iPhone. Apparently, the device is for iPhone only right now but an Android variant is on the way.

The Insta360 One sports offset lenses on its slim body. It may look odd from the get-go but it was not a dealbreaker for us since most 360-degree cameras look weird. The Insta360 One misses a removable battery but it has enough room for an SD card.

Out of the box, the Insta360 One arrives with a hard shell case. This serves as its protective house when not in use. The case also doubles as a mini-tripod for the 360-degree camera. This is a nifty feature since the Insta360 One cannot stand on its own.

Even if the Insta360 One is a newbie, the quality of the media content it takes can be considered superb. When we took it for a quick photoshoot, we obtained images and videos of decent quality. Although the colors on the content we took using it are a bit muted and there was a bit of noise when it came to solid colors, its shortcomings are relatively negligible. We bet a lot of people would not even feel that the quality of the photos and videos taken using it were lacking.

Checking the quality of the 360-degree images and videos we took using the Insta360 One, we can say that the quality is decent. Stitching was done pretty well for the 360-degree content.

What we liked most about the Insta360 One is its software. It has built-in stabilization that ensured not of our videos were shaky. Moreover, the software has features like FreeCapture and SmartTrack. The FreeCapture feature allowed us to allowed us to create a flat, 1080p video using a rectangular part of the 360-degree video that we took. Meanwhile, the SmartTrack feature allowed us to pick a subject in the creation of the 360-degree video. For instance, we select a person and the SmartTrack will track that individual as they move around in the clip. It was a mind-blowing feature for us!

8Expert Score
One by Insta360

Budget-friendly smart 360-degree camera

Design
8
Features
9
Performance
8
Quality
7
Price/Value
9
Battery Life
7
PROS
  • Compact and light
  • Has lots of smart features
  • Budget-friendly
CONS
  • Only works with iPhone
  • No Wi-Fi connectivity
  • No removable battery
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Garmin Virb 360

Garmin Virb 360 Best 360-Degree Camera

 

When we knew that we were trying out the Garmin Virb 360, the first thing that came to our mind was that this should be one amazing camera because it is super expensive. And it was. The Garmin Virb 360 is one of the toughest action cameras out there that is built to withstand outdoor shooting even in the most rugged environments. It is waterproof so we never had to worry getting it splashed with water from time to time.

The Garmin Virb 360 can capture mind-blowing 5.7K/30 fps videos with desktop stitching and 4K/30 fps when auto-stitched in the camera. Since most action cameras and 360-degree cameras do not have a built-in screen, it helps a lot to know that a device has a user-friendly app. This is the case with the Garmin Virb 360. Hence, connecting it with our mobile phone was simple and straightforward. We just opened the app and the connection is instantaneous between the camera and the phone. Just like that and we were able to start shooting 360-degree photos and videos.

There are two amazing features that we enjoyed with the Garmin Virb 360 app. The Bracket feature allowed us to capture three photos with different exposures by just pressing the shutter once. Hence, we were able to create HDR images although it required us some editing. It would have been a lot nicer if there was a feature in-app that allowed us to produce HDR content.

The other feature we liked is called the Lens Mode. Using this feature, we cropped out a part of the images we took and we were able to produce a GoPro-like wide-angle image output. We think it was pretty nifty.

After taking photos on the Garmin Virb 360, we took a closer look at our shots. Although not a dealbreaker, photos taken using the Garmin Virb 360 appear to be underexposed slightly. However, with a few adjustments on the camera, we were able to get photos of the quality that we like. The images we took, later on, were more vibrant, colorful, and detailed. The sensors on this camera may be smaller than those in DSLRs but the noise on the images we took was barely noticeable.

Overall, the Garmin Virb 360 is an amazing 360-degree camera. It is easy to connect to a mobile device and its app is very user-friendly. The quality of the media content we took was really great, if not the best. When it came to 360-degree content, we were convinced that the Garmin Virb 360 is probably the best 360-degree camera. The stitching was smooth and superb. We did not notice any incorrect stitching anomaly that rendered any 360-degree content imperfect. Although the Garmin Virb 360 has smaller sensors compared to other 360-degree cameras, the content it produced was not lacking.

Our only worry about the Garmin Virb 360 is its short battery life. We were able to use it for only a full hour of shooting 4K videos. We wished it were longer so we can produce more amazing content using this camera.

8.3Expert Score
Virb 360 by Garmin

For high quality 360-degree photos and videos

Design
9
Features
9
Performance
9
Quality
8
Price/Value
8
Battery Life
7
PROS
  • Compact and light
  • Extremely durable
  • Has lots of smart features
  • User-friendly app
  • Has feature for HDR content
CONS
  • Expensive
  • Short battery life
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Ricoh Theta V

Rico Theta V Best 360-Degree Camera

The amazing thing we found after testing the Ricoh Theta V is how it can capture smooth, high-definition, 360-degree content. We know that it is a premium camera and we were happy that it performed as such. The Ricoh Theta V allowed us to capture the world around in the most natural sense. The images we took using this camera were crisp and vivid. They retained a natural quality as if it was life imitating art.

We have proven that the Ricoh Theta V can take 360-degree photos and videos in superb quality and amazing resolution. Every content we took was equivalent to 14 million output pixels. Hence, the images and videos truly resonated what we saw in the real world. With the new algorithm that runs on the Ricoh Theta V, the content we produced was extremely low noise.

It was great to know that the Ricoh Theta V can shoot videos in 4K. With this camera, we captured 360-degree spherical videos of outstanding quality. Additionally, we were amazed of its 360-degree spatial audio. This was a perfect complement to the 360-degree video that the Ricoh Theta V is capable of taking. Its new virtual reality (VR) compatible spatial audio was very useful in creating realistic 360-degree audio-video content.

To use the Ricoh Theta V, we connected it to our phone. Connecting the device to our smartphone was quick and easy. The connection was made via Bluetooth low energy (BLE). Once the camera is linked to the phone, shooting and checking previews was a lot easier. This also improved the camera’s usability and power consumption.

Underneath this camera, the unit runs on a new Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. This paved the way for better exposure accuracy and better white balance algorithm. Operating the Ricoh Theta V was smooth and we did not notice any lags.

The Ricoh Theta V has a remarkable feature that we rarely find on other 360-degree cameras. This camera has the capability to connect directly to a large-screen display. Hence, we were able to playback and review the 360-degree images and videos that we took using this camera. We were able to do this using a compatible wireless adapter.

For people who love rugged adventures, the Ricoh Theta V offers several add-ons. One that we really liked is the underwater housing TW-1. This optional add-on can house the camera and make sure that it is waterproof. Therefore, we were able to take amazing 360-degree stills and videos underwater using the Ricoh Theta V. The underwater housing has an anti-reflective coating and a hard coating that protected the camera from getting damaged when used beneath the surface of the water.

We really enjoyed shooting with the Ricoh Theta V. It is compact and slim so it was easy to bring wherever we went. It was easy to use and even those who did not have experience shooting 360-degree content were able to handle it pretty well.

 

8.2Expert Score
Theta V by Ricoh

Easy-to-use 360-degree camera for all your adventures

Design
8
Features
9
Performance
9
Quality
8
Price/Value
8
Battery Life
7
PROS
  • Compact and light
  • Has lots of smart features
  • User-friendly app
  • Can connect to a large-screen display
CONS
  • Expensive
  • Short battery life
  • Needs housing to be waterproof
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Nikon KeyMission 360

Nikon KeyMission 360 Best 360-Degree Camera

We were a little iffy about trying the Nikon KeyMission 360. When we first tried it during its initial launch way back in early 2016, the camera was barely usable. Nikon got delayed for months before finally releasing it and when it was made public, it did not work as expected at that time. Now, a couple years down the road and hundreds to thousands of hardware and firmware update, we expected something different from this 360-degree camera but still, we were a little hesitant.

When we saw and explored the new Nikon KeyMission 360, our hesitation dwindled. In the past, the main cause of the problem on the Nikon KeyMission 360 was its app. It took a long time for it to connect to a smartphone, or worse, it did not connect at all. At that time, we were appalled that it took them a long time to fix. If we remember correctly, it took Nikon almost a month to get the connection problem fixed. Hence, for a month, we were not able to use the camera back then. Now, it is a different story. The connection was a breeze and that made us hopeful regarding the new Nikon KeyMission 360.

Although connecting the new Nikon KeyMission 360 to the phone still takes some time and we experienced some delays, the good news was it was able to connect already. After that, we were able to take it out and shoot photos and videos with it.

We were really amazed on the quality of the content we took using the Nikon KeyMission 360. The photos are natural and detailed. They are in extremely high resolution at 7744 x 3872. In a way, the photos were even better than those we took using other more expensive 360-degree cameras.

The stitching for the 360-degree photos was pretty decent. They were not perfect but the imperfections were not noticeable. Sometimes there is a “dead zone” in stitching since the Nikon KeyMission 360’s sensor are far apart. Still, the results are quite good.

When it came to the videos we took, we were also happy with the quality. Like the photos, the colors were as natural as they come.

The Nikon KeyMission 360 is waterproof so we were able to take good photos and videos underwater too.

Our only complaint in terms of its hardware is that the Nikon KeyMission 360 does not have a hard on/off button. When we put the camera inside our bag, we often get a device with an SD card filled with black video and a drained out battery. Our workaround for this is to take out the battery when we put the Nikon KeyMission 360 in our bag. However, it would have been easier to have a hard on/off button.

The Nikon KeyMission 360 looks tough on the outside and it really is. Probably, it is the best 360-degree VR camera to bring on rugged adventures. Still, its software might need some tweaking to optimize it. Sometimes, it is still a bit laggy but at least it already works.

 

7.7Expert Score
KeyMission 360 by Nikon

Ultra rugged 360-degree camera

Design
8
Features
8
Performance
7
Quality
8
Price/Value
8
Battery Life
7
PROS
  • Compact and light
  • Durable and waterproof
  • Ultra high resolution content
CONS
  • Expensive
  • Short battery life
  • Laggy app
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360fly 4K

360fly 4K Best 360-Degree Camera

After testing many cameras, we realized that when it came to the search for the best 360-degree camera, the software plays a huge role. When we tested the 360fly 4K, we instantly fell in love with its software because it was optimized, efficient, and easy to use. It made shooting using this tiny 360-degree camera a breeze.

Compared to other 360-degree camera apps out there, we can say that the 360fly 4K’s app is somewhere in our top 5. Hence, when the app is paired with the hardware, the camera really works great as an action cam.

Like most 360-degree cameras, the 360fly 4K has a weird shape. It looks like a golf ball and it is not stable to stand on its own. Good thing, it comes with a tripod mount out of its box. Using the tripod mount, the 360fly 4K can be placed almost anywhere and be left there to take photos and videos without holding it.

Using the 360fly 4K with its app, we connected our smartphone to it quickly. The connection was seamless and we immediately saw a preview of our surroundings through the app. We changed some settings via the app to make shooting photos and videos better.

Aside from taking 360-degree videos, we were also able to take 360-degree time-lapse videos. Moreover, we also took 16:9 widescreen first-person POV videos and capture 360-degree photos using the 360fly 4K. The best resolution is at 2880 x 2880 and we picked out between 24 fps for live on-screen recording and 30 fps without the live preview. It was great to see that the 360fly 4K can have the optimized and smooth 30 fps content.

A unique thing with the 360fly 4K is that it only has one lens. Therefore, the 360-degree content output is not spherical but 360 x 240-degree field view. Although we lost 120 degrees under the lens, the stitching into a 360-degree content was still amazing. For a spherical output, the user needs to get another camera and shoot back to back with the 360fly 4K. Then, stitching can be done manually. However, that seems like a lot of work for us and we were already happy with the output of the 360fly 4K.

Since the 360fly 4K has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth options, sharing content was easy. With a quick edit, we were able to share the photos and videos with other people later on. Editing was another strength of its app. We edited our photos and videos in the app and we were able to do that quickly. Soon enough, we were sharing our content to other people.

 

7.8Expert Score
360fly 4K by 360fly

Reliable 360-degree camera with a flawless app

Design
8
Features
8
Performance
8
Quality
8
Price/Value
8
Battery Life
7
PROS
  • Compact and light
  • User-friendly app
  • Waterproof
CONS
  • Expensive
  • Content quality can be better
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Kodak Pixapro Orbit360 4K

Kodak Pixapro Orbit360 4K Best 360-Degree Camera

Relatively new in the 360-degree camera scene, the Kodak Pixapro Orbit360 4K looked like it is full of promises. When we got this camera, it reminded us of a Nikon Keymission 360-like appeal but with bigger dual lens system protected by clear hard plastic cases on both sides. The Kodak Pixapro Orbit360 4K is compact, maybe the size of a baseball, which is why it was easy for us to bring it anywhere we went. It is waterproof and dustproof so we did not worry much even when we brought it outside under inclement weather condition.

Contrary to what most people think, the dual lens system on the Kodak Pixapro Orbit360 4K does not work such that the front covers 180 degrees and the back covers 180 degrees too. Oddly, its lens system covers 155 degrees in front and 235 degrees at the back. The rear camera is called “Dome”. Together, the dual lens system covers 360 degrees with minor overlap for stitching. It does its job of taking media content in 360 degrees, but separately, the cameras can shoot in unique modes.

When the front camera is used, we were able to shoot wide-angle stills and videos. When we used the Dome camera, we captured images and videos in circular fisheye perspective. The Dome view was able to capture an entire field of view without cropping. It was amazing that we can do this without the need for camera accessories.

The Kodak Pixapro Orbit360 4K has four built-in buttons that allowed us to have total control of the 360-degree camera. However, since it has lenses on both sides, there was no room for an LCD display. Therefore, to access the settings of the camera and look at the preview, we used its proprietary app called Pixpro 360 VR Remote Viewer app for that.

The Kodak Pixapro Orbit360 4K’s app is very user-friendly. It is easy to use and understand. However, we experienced minor lags when connecting the camera to the app and our smartphone, and when checking content previews. Moreover, we found that it was rather slow when sharing content via Wi-Fi so we often opt to transfer files via the physical connector.

The base kit of the Kodak Pixapro Orbit360 4K only has the camera and a small tripod. It has an option for a Satellite Pack, which adds a Bluetooth remote and a selfie stick to the base kit. The Bluetooth remote, which came with a strap and can be worn like a watch, provided us with total control of the camera.

After taking photos and videos using the Kodak Pixapro Orbit360 4K, we took a closer look at the quality of the content. The shooting was fairly easy because we just framed a spot and pressed the shutter. However, when it came to 360-degree content, the stitching was not flawless. The stitching line was fairly noticeable and sometimes it can be annoying. Sometimes, there is also some distortion in the content. Moreover, the difference in exposure light resulted in lens flare or an even more prominent stitching line.

Although the Kodak brand is known in the camera arena, we feel there is still a lot of improvements to be done with its 360-degree camera.

 

7.3Expert Score
Pixapro Orbit360 4K by Kodak

Durable, compact, and offers more shooting modes than 360 degrees

Design
8
Features
7
Performance
7
Quality
7
Price/Value
8
Battery Life
7
PROS
  • Compact and light
  • Durable
  • User-friendly app
CONS
  • Expensive
  • Content quality can be better
  • Noticeable stitching line
  • Outdated desktop app
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Nokia OZO+

Nokia OZO Best 360-Degree Camera

The Nokia OZO+ is one of the few 360-degree VR cameras out there. When we first heard about it, all we can say was that it was rather expensive. Still, it offered a lot of promises that may have a great impact on how we create virtual reality content.

We took the Nokia OZO+ out for a spin. From the get-go, the Nokia OZO+ has an uncanny resemblance with a skull. It looked ultra-durable, and knowing that is was made by a tough phone brand of the past, it can probably withstand anything.

The Nokia OZO+ offers a 360-degree stereoscopic camera that is designed for 360 VR. Its body is packed with eight lenses, unlike other 360-degree cameras that have at most two lenses only. Its lenses have a field of view of 195 degrees and a fixed aperture of f/2.4. Each lens has a 2K x 2K sensor. With its plethora of lenses, the Nokia OZO+ shoots content with significant overlap but that is a good thing. This provided a lot of control to the user, especially when stitching the images or clips into a 360-degree photo or video.

We shot videos with the Nokia OZO+ at 30 fps. This has become the live video standard and is an improvement from 24 fps. This resulted in smoother video outputs. A thing we liked on the Nokia OZO+ when shooting videos is its mic system. The camera has eight microphones that record spatial audio, which it seamlessly syncs with the video.

The Nokia OZO+ has a digital cartridge for its battery and its 500GB of storage. This can store about 45 minutes of high definition video. The camera has a second docking unit, which serves as a charging hub for the camera and a port to transfer files from the camera to a desktop computer.

The entire camera is housed in a hard shell rolling case. This is a nifty part of the set-up because the entire unit weighs about 9.3 lbs (4.2 kgs). Additionally, the Nokia OZO+ has a removable cover that protects it when we used it outdoors.

When we used the Nokia OZO+, we were able to produce monoscopic and stereoscopic videos. We were able to select to shoot only using four cameras around the center ring or all eight cameras at once. Monoscopic video mode allowed us to create 360-degree videos. Meanwhile, stereoscopic video mode added the appearance of depth, which resulted in 3D-like 360-degree videos.

The Nokia OZO+ has an OZO Creator app. All editing and stitching can be done via this app. The app provided a default stitch but we were able to move the stitch around depending on how we want the final product to look like.

Unlike the other 360-degree cameras that we tested, the Nokia OZO+ is not a camera for a hobbyist or newbie. It is designed for professional use and it is probably the best 360-degree VR camera around. However, it requires a huge investment from anyone wanting to get their hands on it.

 

8.7Expert Score
Nokia OZO+ by Nokia

Built for professional 360-degree VR content creators

Design
9
Features
10
Performance
9
Quality
9
Price/Value
7
Battery Life
8
PROS
  • Durable
  • Offers a wide-range of shooting modes and options
  • Has eight built-in lenses
  • High quality content
CONS
  • Super expensive
  • Heavy
  • Complex editing app
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Insta 360 Pro

Insta 360 Pro Best 360-Degree Camera

The Insta 360 Pro is believed to have brought 360-degree content creation to a whole new level. Just when we thought that 4K content is already enough, this camera promises 8K quality. When we learned about its capability, we were super excited to try the Insta 360 Pro. We got our hands on one and we tested it out to see what it is truly capable of.

The Insta 360 Pro has a resemblance with a CCTV camera but unlike a CCTV camera, it brings the promise of high-quality stills and videos. Apparently, the Insta 360 Pro can capture 8K photos and videos in a 360-degree perspective. Additionally, it can live stream 360-degree videos with H.264 and H.265 compressions to various social media platforms that support it. These include YouTube, Facebook, and its own Insta 360 website.

Unlike other 360-degree cameras with only a couple of lenses, the Insta 360 Pro sports six lenses in its body. We were able to choose to shoot using only one camera at a time or to shoot using six cameras simultaneously. It has a variable shutter speed, which we enjoyed using, to capture the most out of every moment.

A great thing with the Insta 360 Pro is that it can capture slow-motion videos. It can shoot 100 fps slow-motion clips in high resolution. This was an amazing feature to add a dramatic effect to the videos that we made. Moreover, this allowed us to provide more detail and context when we created sports and adventure-themed videos.

Surrounding the body of the Insta 360 Pro are four built-in microphones. This made sure that spatial audio was captured to sync properly with the 360-degree video.

Checking the previews of the photos and videos that we took, we were amazed on the stabilization feature of the Insta 360 Pro. Even with an external stabilizer or gimbal, the clips we took were steady. The flow and movements were really smooth. Overall 8K quality of the photos and videos we took were pretty good, especially in natural light.

In terms of its 360-degree capability, the Insta 360 Pro allowed optical-flow stitching. This made sure that when we stitched images and clips to produce 360-degree content, the stitching is virtually invisible. The output is almost flawless and we really liked that!

Still, the Insta 360 Pro has its imperfections. For instance, due to its small size, it only has small sensors that are prone to overheating. Hence, it was challenging to use it for a long time but it still delivered well. We just made sure we turned it off when not in use. In some cases, we had an external fan to keep it cool. However, we had to turn that off when shooting videos because the fan tends to be noisy.

We really enjoyed our time with the Insta 360 Pro. Although it is not perfect, its imperfections were not a dealbreaker since it can capture in 8K, was pretty stable, has slow-motion effects feature, and can produce decent stitching for 360-degree photos and videos.

 

8Expert Score
Insta 360 Pro by Insta 360

360-degree camera for 8K content and slow-motion effect

Design
8
Features
8
Performance
9
Quality
8
Price/Value
7
Battery Life
8
PROS
  • Durable
  • Can shoot 8K content
  • Has six built-in lenses
  • Has slow-motion feature
CONS
  • Expensive
  • Heavy
  • Small sensors tend to overheat