Insta360 Sphere: how to make a drone invisible!


This post is by Jose Antunes from ProVideo Coalition

Insta360 Sphere: how to make a drone invisible!Filming from a drone has always a problem: the drone itself, that limits the coverage the lens can offer. Insta360 Sphere promises a solution… making the drone invisible! Continue reading to discover how.

Capture 360-degree invisible drone footage with endless reframing possibilities, using the “ultimate tool to level up your aerial videography content” that brings the magic of 360 filming to drones. That’s the promise from Insta360 as the company reveals its new accessory, the Insta360 Sphere.

Introduced as the ultimate solution to turn a DJI Mavic Air 2/2S drone into an all-powerful content production tool, Insta360 Sphere is a game changer. Seamlessly compatible with Mavic Air 2/2S, Sphere is quick and easy to install, with an ultra-secure locking mechanism. Then, with the camera attached, the drone becomes totally invisible in 360-degree footage, while the lightweight structure and intuitive operation make 360 aerial filming easier than ever before.

The company claims that Insta360 Sphere offers immersive footage, without the need to buy a new drone or have professional flying or editing skills. Powered by Insta360’s industry-leading software, Sphere unlocks endless ways to create killer content from drone footage. Insta360 Sphere is available to order today via store.insta360.com in the U.S. and Mainland China.

Insta360 Sphere: how to make a drone invisible!Filming in 5.7K 360

Drones have offered us a whole new perspective over our world. From awe-inspiring landscapes to urban vistas, drone pilots have been capturing stunning aerial footage for years now. But the key limitation of wide-angle cameras is that they can only capture in one direction. A user’s ability to get the best footage is dependent upon their flying abilities and the maneuvers they are capable of pulling off in real-time. That’s about to change now!

With Insta360 Sphere creators can capture immersive footage without the learning curve. By filming in (Read more…)