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    Hayden Bradley
    Hayden Bradley
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    Compared to other consumer 360 cameras, Insta360 ONE goes 11 on fanciness, featuring bullet time, FreeCapture, little planet mode, beauty camera, etc, each a staple for viral 360 posts.

    Bullet time is my favorite, it’s really cool when you use the bullet time to capture one scenery.

    Bullet Time
    Remember how Keanu Reeves dodged bullets in the Matrix? That’s bullet time, a special effect when you slow down high-fps footage. With this function, Insta360 ONE supports a resolution of 2048*512 at 120fps, which can be boosted by the Insta360 ONE app to 240fps.

    The feature is not exclusively proprietary to ONE, but ONE perfected it to match with a specialized selfie stick.

    To activate Bullet Time, press the power button three times consecutively when the camera is on. For basic shooting, you can tie up ONE with the selfie stick, or McGyver a lasso connected to ONE. Choose a place with sufficient lighting and swirl the camera above your head in a circle parallel to the ground. Note: Keep your camera’s traveling speed consistent at around 1 sec per circle.

    To find all the features in the review for Insta360 ONE: Your Best Chance of Ruling Over Social Media

    virtual reality, 360 photo, panoramic photography

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    Emily Olman
    Emily Olman
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    Yes, it’s so cool, just unboxed it today! Still trying to figure out how to get the MAX MB on the still photos (says 24MB), but did try shooting with RAW and will see how it compares to my DSLR asap.

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