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Another new firmware update in November now allows for up to 10-seconds delay without iPhone (Insta360 only). First you set the delay time when connected to an iPhone (1, 5, 10 seconds). To activate timer, secure it somehow then triple-press the shutter (the only) button and quickly run away from the camera.
Bill Tsai
· November 30, 2016
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It can be used by itself. You have to charge it first and put a micro sd card in it but it does work alone.
Rob
· December 11, 2016
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We suggest the work temperature should be 0-40℃, because there might be possibility of locking up when in extreme cold condition. But for your notice, there are some cases where users successfully took photos with Nano on snow mountain.
360CAM
Seller · November 19, 2016
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It is only distorted as much as a fisheye lens distorts any image. Keep in mind, however, that any wide angle lens will make distant objects appear even farther away from the camera. In this case, there is certainly pixellation of the final 360 image since the camera's HD resolution is being "stretched" to create it. A… see more It is only distorted as much as a fisheye lens distorts any image. Keep in mind, however, that any wide angle lens will make distant objects appear even farther away from the camera. In this case, there is certainly pixellation of the final 360 image since the camera's HD resolution is being "stretched" to create it. Also note that you cannot "pinch" to zoom into a 360 image. You will also see a good amount of noise in low-light pics, although this unit fairs better than other similar cameras out in the market. see less It is only distorted as much as a fisheye lens distorts any image. Keep in mind, however, that any wide angle lens will make distant objects appear even farther away from the camera. In this case, there is certainly pixellation of the final 360 image since the camera's HD resolution is being "stretched" to create it. Also note that you cannot "pinch" to zoom into a 360 image. You will also see a good amount of noise in low-light pics, although this unit fairs better than other similar cameras out in the market.
jb
· January 23, 2017
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3040 x 1520 is image size and equals 4.62 Megapixels
Dougal
· July 31, 2016
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About 1 hour.
360CAM
Seller · November 8, 2016
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Good question. It might be compatible with the ipod touch 6. I dont have an ipod touch so i will check it out at an apple store and get back to you.
M. Ty
· August 8, 2016
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Sorry due to the megapixels it works not very well on the Google Street View now so we don't support this part function for now, and we will make it compatible on Google Street View.
360CAM
Seller · October 18, 2016
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Sorry due to the megapixels it works not very well on the Google Street View now so we don't support this part function for now, and we will make it compatible on Google Street View.
360CAM
Seller · October 21, 2016
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Yes I believe so, I checked people on periscope doing 360 streaming they seemed to be using this camera but I don't think it is for everyone as I don't find that option on my periscope/camera
Fangbo L.
· January 15, 2017