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The new Insta360 GO is a micro sized magnetic stabilized camera that uses AI tech to edit your footage for you. The camera can shoot video or stills in four modes and is activated by a single button on the back of the body. One tap when the GO is turned off will start recording video for 30 seconds, a single tap when the camera is on Standby mode will take a photo, a double tap will turn on Hyperlapse mode, and a triple tap will record 120FPS slow-mo video. Although the GO button is located on the back of the camera, it can also be activated by applying pressure to the front of the camera. A series of flashing lights and vibrations help you know what mode you are in without connecting the GO to your phone. The camera is about the shape and size of a fun-sized candy bar, features a magnetic strip for easier mounting, and comes with a variety of mounting accessories for easier footage capture in a variety of situations.

Insta360 GO wearable camera
The camera comes with a variety of accessories so you wear it or mount it wherever. Insta360

Here is what else we know about it spec wise:

  • F/2.1 aperture
  • Built-in 6-axis gyroscopic stabilization
  • Standard, Interval Shooting, Timelapse, Hyperlapse and Slow Motion video modes
  • Shoots photos in 1:1, 16:9, 9:16, 4:3
  • Water resistant construction
  • Compatible with iOS and Android devices
  • Bluetooth connectivity
  • 49.4 x 21.4 x 14.85 mm
  • Weighs 18.3g
Insta360 GO wearable camera
Inside the app you can use the FlashCut feature to quickly put together a stylized edit from your day. Insta360

Once you’ve captured footage on the GO, simply import them into the AI-powered app and use the FlashCut feature to quickly put together a stylized edit from your adventure. If trusting the whims of machine learning isn’t your style, you can still manually edit footage together within the app. The Insta360 GO is available starting today from the company’s website for $200. Stay tuned for our hands on review on the Insta360 GO.