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    • Hi everyone! I'm new to the forum so this is my first post. At school myself and a group of others are sending a camera up into space, and we want to also use a 360 camera up there - possibly the Samsung Gear 360 2017 edition. The only trouble is the low temperatures of around -45C / -50F (and possibly below) at 100,000ft (30km) altitude where the He balloon will burst. Does anyone have any tips on doing this, so as to still be able to achieve a 4k 360 video, without the camera completely breaking? Thanks in advance! Kieran
    • Guest christian
      Hello,

      ok i learned a lot about 360 cams in the first hours using my new camera. But probably you can help me by finding answers to the following questions:

      Am i only able to edit the view of the film with the smartphone app? Is it not possible to edit with the studio software on mac?

      the camera supports 120 fps. But as i see only in the bullet time mode. So if you wish to do a normal videoshot in 120 fps and slow it down in your editing software - you're lost.
      the bullet time mode only shows 180° or something?   Greetings!
    • Guest Scotty
      As anyone used the insta 360 one camera for diving? If so what is the quality like? And can you change the white balance later  when editing your videos Cheers
    • Guest Jasper
      I have the same issue, did you ever resolve this?
    • Guest frawige+
      I have a question about using the Insta360 Air. Is there a way on Youtube or another platform to display my photos in Perspective Mode (picture left/right)?  
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