CNET también está disponible en español.

Ir a español

Don't show this again

Cameras

Insta360 Titan is a basketball-sized eight-lens VR camera at CES 2019

Making its debut at the trade show is Insta360's Titan, which packs Micro Four Thirds sensors and records video at up to 11K resolution at 30 frames per second.

insta360-titan-kv

The Insta360's Titan costs $15,000.

Insta360

If you're a professional videographer looking for the best VR camera on the market, Insta360's massive Titan could be just the thing.

Sporting eight Micro Four Thirds sensors capable of taking up to 11K video resolution at 30 frames per second, the Titan is about the size of a basketball, and probably has the largest sensors of a VR camera in the market right now. Insta360 announced it Monday at CES 2019 in Las Vegas.

Besides shooting video at 11K, the Titan can handle 10K resolution in 3D, or 11K 360-degree photos in both normal and 3D types. You can record 8K resolution in 60 fps and 5.3K at 120 fps. The Titan can also shoot 10-bit HDR video.

Other features include Insta360's software features, such as FlowState Stabilization, which lets you create stabilized videos without the need for gimbals. It will also have Farsight, a live monitoring system that lets you use a tablet or phone to preview the shoot.

The Titan will likely ship in April, with Insta360 planning to do a pilot program with select filmmakers before that happens. It will cost a whopping $15,000, which converts to about £11,800 or AU$21,0000.

Quick specs

  • Camera: 8 Micro Four Thirds sensors
  • Photos: 11K resolution, 3D and mono
  • Video: 11K at 30 fps, 10K in 3D, 8K at 60 fps and 5.3K at 120 fps
  • Price: $15,000

CES 2019: Every story so far: See all of CNET's coverage of the year's biggest tech show.

CES 2019 schedule: It's six days of jam-packed events. Here's what to expect.