Yes, the new Insta360 Ace Pro cameras will use AI
Co-engineered with Germany camera company Leica, the new Insta360 Ace Pro action camera is a fierce competitor in the market alongside its rival GoPro. Launching with a similar construction to its peers, it dons a black and red colorway that’s visually striking.
The new Insta360 Ace Pro action camera comes with a 1/1.3″ sensor, 5nm AI chip, and the Leica SUMMARIT lens all packed into a tiny 2.8″ x 2.05″ x 1.37″ chassis. In addition to shooting in high-definition slow motion at 240 frames per second, users can opt to record in 8K, up to 24 fps. This feature is likely aimed at athletes and the company’s action sports audience.
Leica and Insta360 also expect that the Pro model’s super-fast PD charging capability, which can reach 80% of the battery’s capacity in around 22 minutes, would let you continue filming for as long as possible. Many of the features of the Pro model are also present in the less expensive Insta360 Ace, which has a smaller 1/2″ 48MP sensor, no Leica lens, and no PD rapid charging.
Both cameras have a 2.4″ flip touchscreen that lets users see what they’re recording at all times. This opens up a whole new range of imaginative applications for cameras that would normally be fixed to a person’s helmet or the handlebars of a bike.
By swiftly identifying and removing action shots from lengthy video recordings, the built in AI highlights tool can save you time. Once the video is on your smartphone, you can edit it or let it create memories for you. Additionally, it features an AI Warp tool that allows you to alter the effects generated by your clips by entering custom or preset prompts. More of these functionalities will be released by Insta360 “heading into 2024.”