Insta360 Pro 2 cameras shoot stereoscopic (3D) images; second, the sensors used in these cameras produce higher quality images, both because of sensor size and simply the additional pixels from multiple cameras; third, you have much more control over the image parameters.
he Insta360 Pro was unique in its ease of use and workflow. I have been using one since launch, and I was surprised at how easy it was to shoot and stitch. To this day, I still rely on the Insta360 Pro for shooting 3D 360 photos and videos.
The Insta360 Pro 2 is about the size and shape of a large cantaloupe with 6 equidistant lenses around its equator, a small LCD screen in between two of them, a battery and a microSD card slot between two others, and four microphones between four sets of lenses for ambisonic spatial audio. It packs a hefty set of features and controls into a fairly compact and sturdy aluminum alloy package.
High-resolution 3D 360:
nsta360 Pro 2 can shoot 3D 360 video in high resolution – at 8K 30fps (7680 x 7680). That is around 44% more resolution than the Insta360 Pro which shot 3D 360 at 6400 x 6400 resolution. In 8K 2D mode, each of its 6 cameras shoots at a resolution of 3860 x 2880 (25% higher than Cinema 4K) and a bit rate of 120mbps
High dynamic range. Besides an improved sensor with higher dynamic range, the Pro 2 has a new HDR mode for video, at up to 8K 30fps in 2D. According to Insta360 staff, the HDR mode works by taking 2 shots in quick succession and then blending them.
High speed. The Pro 2 can shoot at 60fps in either 8K mono or 6.7K 3D (6400 x 6400). It can also shoot at 120fps in 4K, in either 2D or 3D. By comparison, the original Pro could shoot 60fps in 4K 3D or 120fps in 4K 2D.
Farsight Wi-Fi connection:
One of the complaints with the Insta360 Pro is its weak Wi-Fi connection. The Pro 2, however, features extremely long-range Wi-Fi, that is claimed to work up to 300 meters.