The Insta 360 Go 2 has finally been launched in Nepal. Weighing 27 grams, the pill-shaped Go 2 is the smallest action camera in the world. Contrary to the brand name and the fellow EVO lineup, its field of view has been constrained to a maximum of 120-degree.
Here we will take a detailed overview of Insta 360 Go 2 followed by its price in Nepal and availability.
The Insta 360 Go 2 comes in a plastic case that serves as a remote, tripod, external battery as well as a charger. The lightweight camera is water-resistant courtesy of IPX8 water resistance certification.
It’s bundled with a magnetic pendant that leverages its built-in magnet to be attached to your outfit while an additional clip is shipped to be able to connect to your headgear.
The Go 2 can capture 2K videos with up to 1440 pixels resolution at 50 frames per second. With an HDR setting, this is capped to 24 frames per second with up to 1440 pixels resolution as well. It uses the in-house FlowState stabilization in the Pro mode.
As for the field of view, you get to choose amidst four different modes such as 110-degree ActionView and 120-degree ultra-wide view.
Other notable features include Bluetooth 5, 32GB storage. Similarly, the battery can last up to 20 minutes in Pro video and 30 minutes in video mode without the case whilst 110 minutes in Pro video and 150 minutes in video mode with the case.
Price in Nepal and Availability
The Insta 360 Go 2 goes for a price of NPR 39,000 in Nepal and is available online via Oliz Store.
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