For those, who takes the virtual Reality a serious choice, Insta360 Titan is the ultimate choice. Insta360 already has 8K professional VR cameras, but it seems that there’s demand for an even higher resolution. So for those; Insta360 Titan has an 11K camera. The new Insta360 Titan indeed incorporates eight camera modules with micro four thirds (MFT) sensors. That is the largest sensors in any standalone VR camera.
So, bigger sensors mean bigger and better results. Hence bigger sensors open up more possibilities in terms of image quality, dynamic range, low-light performance and color depth. And all that features are packed in Insta360’s Pro line of VR cameras.
Insta360 has announced the Titan; it has an eight-lens cinematic VR camera that captures 360 photos and video at up to 11K monoscopic and 10K 3D resolutions. Not only this, it uses eight Micro Four Thirds (MFT) sensors, the largest sensors available in any standalone VR camera. These sensors make best use of image quality, low-light performance, and dynamic range which raised the level for realism in high-end professional VR capture.
The other best feature is that, it captures 10-bit color, which allows billions of color combinations and high color accuracy. In addition to higher image quality, Titan also features 9-axis FlowState stabilization and long range low-latency wireless control with Insta360 Farsight.
The Titan is the first standalone 360 camera ready to record in 11K monoscopic and up to 10K 3D at 30 FPS. Additionally, it can also record 8K at 60 FPS and 5.3K at 120 FPS. With 360-degree and VR content, there is a need for high resolution since the image is a lot larger than traditional capture. The 360 camera uses an array of eight micro four-thirds sized sensors for high-performance which support shooting in 10-bit color and HDR shooting modes.