How to connect INSTA 360 ONE X camera to your device with Wi-Fi | 2018

Insta360 ONE X Redefines the Action Camera with 5.7K Video, Impossible Stabilization,
Cinematic Slow-Mo
The future of the action camera is here. Insta360 today launched the ONE X, a 5.7K camera that
uses 360° capture, groundbreaking stabilization and cinematic slow-mo to radically expand
what’s possible with a camera.
Compatible with both iOS and Android, the ONE X is available to order today at Insta360.com,
with shipments beginning Oct. 17.
Introducing the Insta360 ONE X: https://youtu.be/UVrnYOFEBOA
A new kind of camera.
The ONE X is more than a 360-degree shooter. It’s a new kind of camera that uses 360 to give
users more freedom and more creative possibilities – both during and after capture.
Combining an unlimited field of view with gimbal-level stabilization and new high-FPS shooting
modes, the ONE X unlocks the ability to control time and perspective in ways that make it feel
more like a fleet of cameras than a single device.
Look sharp.
Shooting in every direction and making it all look good, requires some serious resolution.
That’s why the ONE X records at a best-in-class 5.7K (30 FPS). For dynamic scenes, new 50 FPS
(4K) and 100 FPS (3K) shooting modes keep action super-smooth and let you slow the action
down to highlight key moments.
18 MP photos show vivid detail, while an increased pixel size offers superior image quality and
low-light performance.
Like a gimbal. Without the gimbal.
The ONE X uses the upgraded FlowState stabilization algorithm, analyzing movement in all
directions to achieve a level of stabilization never before possible with a single device.
FlowState lets users capture impossibly smooth video with no accessories needed. Mount the
ONE X anywhere – from a helmet to a selfie stick to a kayak – and footage comes out looking
like it’s been professionally stabilized.
High-speed WiFi for preview and transfer.
Users can connect to the ONE X via super-fast 5.8 GHz WiFi, letting them conveniently preview
and control their shots in real time.
When they’re ready to transfer footage back to their phone for editing and sharing, they can
quickly send it back over WiFi or connect directly with a transfer cable (Lightning, USB Type-C
and Micro-USB cables come standard with the ONE X).

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