Insta360 EVO 3D/2D Convertible 360/180° VR Camera

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Insta360 EVO 3D/2D Convertible 360/180° VR Camera
Key Features
  • 180° 3D / 360° 2D Convertible Camera
  • Up to 5.7K30 Video, 18MP Photos
  • Compact Design, HDR Photo and Video
  • FlowState Digital Image Stabilization
Create stunning, professional 360/180° 2D and 3D VR video with the compact EVO 3D/2D Convertible 360/180° VR Camera from Insta360. The clever folding design allows you to shoot in two different formats: record 360° 2D video when the camera is folded closed with the lenses on either side and 180° 3D video when it is open flat with the lenses on the same side. The high-resolution EVO records up to 5.7K30 video and 18MP photos with HDR support.
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Insta360 EVO CINEVOX Overview

Create stunning, professional 360/180° 2D and 3D VR video with the compact EVO 3D/2D Convertible 360/180° VR Camera from Insta360. The clever folding design allows you to shoot in two different formats: record 360° 2D video when the camera is folded closed with the lenses on either side and 180° 3D video when it is open flat with the lenses on the same side. The high-resolution EVO records up to 5.7K30 video and 18MP photos with HDR support.

When in 360° 2D mode, the EVO utilizes Insta360's FlowState digital image stabilization, which compensates for shake captured in your videos and provides you with smoother footage. Basic gyro stabilization is used when in 180° 3D mode, which helps stabilize some minor shakes. Stabilization helps greatly when using EVO's hyperlapse and slow-motion functions up to 100 fps.

In the 180° 3D shooting position the heavy-duty hinge is held open with a locking switch, and a quick release latch holds it closed in 360° mode. There are separate video and photo shutter buttons for quick and easy capture. Video is stored on a microSD card up to 256GB with a recommended UHS-I V30 speed class, and it is transferred through its micro-USB port. The camera is also charged via the same micro-USB port.

The EVO is VR headset-ready and the footage it records can be viewed in popular headsets such as the Oculus Go, the Samsung Gear VR, and the HTC VIVE Focus using the downloadable Insta360 VR app. The 180° 3D footage is fully compatible with Premiere Pro, so editing your footage directly out of the camera is easy.

Included with the EVO is a tabletop tripod and specialized 3D glasses to accurately view your footage. You can also purchase a separately available Insta360 HoloFrame to view your footage on your phone without glasses.

Compatible Devices

The following tested devices had the best performance with the Insta360 app. Other phones can be used with comparable specs:

iOS:
Apple iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone 8/8 plus, iPhone 7/7 plus, iPhone 6s/6s plus, iPhone SE, iPad Pro, iPad (2018)

Android:
Huawei: P20 Pro/P10/P9/Mate 9/Mate 10/Honor 9
Samsung: S9/Note 8/S8/S7/S7 Edge
Xiaomi: Mix/Mix2/Note3/6/8
OnePlus: 5t
Google:Pixel/Pixel 2
Vivo: X9 Plus L

Insta360 EVO CINEVOX Specs

360 Stitched Video Recording
Stitching Resolution5.7K (Video)
Internal/External StitchingInternal Stitching
Supported Spherical Projection TypesFisheye, Stereographic
360 Stitched Video FormatInternal 3D:
5760 x 2880 at 30 fps (100 Mb/s MP4 via H.264)
3840 x 1920 at 30, 50 fps (100 Mb/s MP4 via H.264)
3008 x 1504 at 100 fps
Still Image SupportJPEG
18 MP (6080 x 3040)
Number of Lenses2
Camera per Lens
Optics per Lens
Maximum Aperturef/2.2
Recording
Media/Memory Card SlotSingle Slot: microSD/microSDHC/microSDXC [256 GB Maximum]
Built-In MicYes
Features
Wi-FiYes, Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac)
Input/Output Connectors
InputsNone
Outputs1 x USB Micro-B
Microphone InputNo
Headphone JackNo
General
BatteryBuilt-In Lithium-Ion Battery, 5 VDC, 1200 mAh
Max Runtime: 65 Hours per Charge
Battery Charge Time: 1 hours
Charging MethodUSB
Operating Temperature50 to 104°F / 10 to 40°C
Dimensions (W x H x D)3.9 x 1.9 x 1.0" / 9.8 x 4.9 x 2.6 cm (In 180° 3D Mode)
Weight3.99 oz / 113 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.8 x 4.3 x 2.7"
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Is there a 60 or 90fps option? Seems essential ...

Is there a 60 or 90fps option? Seems essential for VR.
Asked by: Peter
5k at 30fps is really not acceptable, unfortunately that is the max this camera will output at the highest resolution. If you shoot outside in bright scenes where you can shoot in manual and have your ISO down to 100 and your shutter speed following the 180 rule and still have a good exposure the image quality is excellent. The only thing that ruins this is the 30fps. I dont even consider shooting at those lower resolutions with higher frame rates. What I found worked best for me is to interpolate the footage in premiere pro up to 90fps and it looks a lot better. To a trained eye you can still obviously tell its interpolated but it still looks a lot better than the 30fps this camera natively spits out. In premiere pro I use the flow interpolation method, in my opinion it seemed to produce the best results for my eyes at least.
Answered by: Martin
Date published: 2020-11-15

Can you use an external microphone with insta360 ...

Can you use an external microphone with insta360 EVO, if so which ones are supported?
Asked by: Marcin
This camera does not have a microphone input. To improve your audio quality you will need to do a two-system shoot, meaning that the audio is recorded separately from video and then synced together in post. There is a wide variety of equipment that will allow for this, and I would encourage you to give us a call at 800-606-6969 and speak with a Pro Audio specialist.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2020-02-04

Can't seem to find this anywhere on any spec ...

Can't seem to find this anywhere on any spec sheets... wondering if someone can confirm what the max resolution the 180* 3D video can be?
Asked by: Kenton
Video resolution: 5760*[email protected],3840*[email protected],3840*[email protected],3008*[email protected] Photo format: insp, jpeg (can be exported via App), dng (RAW) (RAW files require software on PC/Mac to stitch.) Video format: insv, mp4 (can be exported via App), LOG (LOG files require software on PC/Mac to stitch.) Video coding: H264 Video bitrate: Up to 100Mbps
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2020-01-17

Sensor used in camera

Sensor used in camera
Asked by: Gabby
This product has 1/2.3" sensors.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2020-01-13

How is the sound... will it easily work with a ...

How is the sound... will it easily work with a mic, and if so, what type(s) are best?
Asked by: Jami
The sound without an external microphone is very poor and choppy.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-07-08

Can this be powered by usb to extend record time ...

Can this be powered by usb to extend record time beyond the 65minute battery life?
Asked by: Ron
AC is a little counterproductive to a device that's meant to be on the move. You could get a USB battery pack. That might help. But remember, if you are going past 65 minutes of straight footage, that's a lot to render in your workflow. I have one of the best computers that can be built off the shelf, and rendering our hikes can take a while.
Answered by: Peter
Date published: 2019-07-08

I want to convert the 360 footage to a 2D plane. ...

I want to convert the 360 footage to a 2D plane. What resolution can I expect when doing this conversion?
Asked by: Nicholas
I would think that would depend on the software used to make the conversion and what perspective and angle of view it used to make the conversion, I can tell you that a single 360 image is 6080 by 3040 so the conversion would be something less than that.
Answered by: Gil
Date published: 2019-06-13

does the EVO have Bracketed Exposure for HDR ...

does the EVO have Bracketed Exposure for HDR environment map capture? (like the insta360 ONE X)
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes and no, it has auto HDR setting that will do a pretty good HDR image but I have not seen any setting for full HDR bracketed images such as 2 stops under and 2 stops over. There is also a manual setting that will allow you to create bracketed images that can then be exported as DNG to create an HDR image the old school way.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-07-20
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