Jump to content

>> Our 360 Cameras Comparison <<

Latest Posts

Skybox Studio by Mettle
Views: 292   replies: 1
Last Reply: lunadude (Today, 01:13 AM)
Did you see that Mettle was bought by Adobe? Expect all their 360 tools to be integrated into the Adobe Creative Suite soon.
What is the best website to upload your 360 degree videos to?
Views: 26   replies: 0
Last Reply: kathers (Yesterday, 04:07 PM)
I'm looking for some alternatives to YouTube to upload my 360 footage and photos to, any recommendations? 
Gear 360 2017 One lens sharp, one blurry
Views: 28   replies: 0
Last Reply: emam (Jun 26 2017 10:02 AM)
I purchased the Samsung Gear 360 2017 
Creating 360 Degree Websites Within Minutes
Views: 68   replies: 1
Last Reply: Jack frac (Jun 25 2017 06:20 PM)
Spam. Hmm Hmm again
Sound but no Picture when played
Views: 33   replies: 0
Last Reply: DavidSim (Jun 25 2017 05:11 PM)
Just got a new Gear 360 2017 for Father's Day, along with a big 128 G Memory Card, made my first small video and uploaded it to my PC (.MP4 format). When I play the video on my PC I just get the sound, but no picture.  W...

Recent Topics


Photo

Insta360 Nano reviews

Insta360 Nano

4 replies to this topic

#1 Fire79

Fire79

    Newbie

  • Members
  • Pip
  • 2 posts

    Posted 17 April 2016 - 07:24 PM

    What are your opinions about Insta360 Nano 360 degree camera which cooperate with iPhone? Do you have any interesting review? Can someone write that is right choise or rather not?

     

    insta360 nano iphone 360 degree camera.JPG



    #2 360rumors

    360rumors

      Advanced Member

    • Members
    • PipPipPip
    • 127 posts
    • LocationLos Angeles, CA

    Posted 28 June 2016 - 11:21 PM

    Hi Fire79.  I preordered the Insta360 Nano.  I'll write a review after I've tested it.

     

    Best regards,

    Mic



    #3 Guest_sonho_*

    Guest_sonho_*
    • Guests

    Posted 16 July 2016 - 06:36 PM

    Unboxing

     

     

    Insta360 test

     

     

     



    #4 360rumors

    360rumors

      Advanced Member

    • Members
    • PipPipPip
    • 127 posts
    • LocationLos Angeles, CA

    Posted 19 July 2016 - 10:57 PM

    Hi everyone. Got the Nano yesterday. Briefly, I think the camera has potential for being a good camera for what it was designed for: casual use. It's simple to use, relatively inexpensive, has decent image quality for both photo and video, and makes it easy to share videos on YouTube.

    However, it has several issues such as not having a self-timer, having an Insta360 logo/watermark on all photos and videos, and being difficult to use with a tripod or selfie stick. Most of these issues can be remedied and fortunately, Insta360 has responded with remarkable speed and has assured me that these issues will be addressed. Some like the logo - will be fixed as early as this week ! Their responsiveness gives me hope that this camera can fulfill its potential as a 360 camera for the masses.

    I'm still some more testing and will post a review by next week.

    Here are my first impressions: http://360rumors.blo...-review-so.html

    Best regards,
    Mic

    #5 360rumors

    360rumors

      Advanced Member

    • Members
    • PipPipPip
    • 127 posts
    • LocationLos Angeles, CA

    Posted 31 July 2016 - 06:18 PM

    I've been using the Nano the past couple of weeks.  Here is my analysis of its strengths and weaknesses:

     

     

    Practicality and Usability

    + affordable

    + portable

    + easy to use

    + works seamlessly with iPhone 6 series

    + can be operated independently, with simple/elegant controls

    + reliable and well-made

    + capable of wireless livestreaming

    + wireless triggering with Bluetooth

    + excellent viewing options

    + can be used with smartphone LED for low light

    - self-timer not yet available (due August)

    - ¼-20 tripod adapter not yet available (due August)

    - not compatible with iPhone 5 series or SE (adapter TBA)

    - need to remove smartphone case when using with iPhone

    - no wrist strap

    - can’t export multiple photos and videos (need to export one by one)

    Image quality (photo and video)

    + stitching quality is pretty good

    + excellent flare resistance

    - chromatic aberration, especially at edges

    Photos

    + reasonably detailed photos

    + low light performance is good for a casual camera

    + vertical stabilization works well

    - no exposure controls

    - no white balance control

    - cloud sharing looks like an ad

    Videos

    + reasonably detailed photos and videos

    + 3k video is adequate even for VR headsets

    + low light performance is good for a casual camera

    + very easy to share to YouTube

    - vertical stabilization sensor doesn’t work for video

    - no exposure controls

    - no white balance control

    Other factors

    + can be used with waterproof smartphone pouch

    + Insta360 has shown good responsiveness to customers

    + includes Cardboard viewer

    - no exposure metadata

     

    Here is my review, with sample photos and videos: http://360rumors.blo...ree-camera.html

     

    Best regards,

    Mic





    Reply to this topic



      



    Also tagged with one or more of these keywords: Insta360 Nano

    0 user(s) are reading this topic

    0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users