After a month of its global debut, the Insta360 Ace and Ace Pro are now officially available in Nepal. These are inspired by GoPro’s Hero series with the 2.4-inch rear touchscreen but unlike the GoPros, these touch screens can be flipped up for adjustment and better framing. Read more about the Ace and Ace Pro, their specs, official price in Nepal, and availability.
Insta360 Ace and Ace Pro Overview:
The cameras have a five-nanometer AI chip that activates features like PureVideo, enhancing low-light performance in real-time. Additionally, they can record up to 8K at 24fps (Ace Pro) /6K at 30fps (Ace), shoot 4K at 120 frames per second, and capture 48MP pictures.
Insta360 Ace and Ace Pro both support AI highlights assistant, which makes finding and clipping action shots from large video recordings simpler and faster. There’s also an AI Warp feature that allows users to generate different effects by entering custom and preset prompts.
Insta360 also allows users to pause and cancel recordings without creating additional video files. This feature will save the SD card space by not needing to take junk video files. After recording, users can also switch between different aspect ratios from landscape to portrait to full square.
Connectivity and Durability
The Ace cameras’ connectivity with Apple Watches and Garmin devices enables users to overlay data like elevation and speed onto their recordings, control the cameras from their wrist, and frame their shots remotely during outdoor activities.
Insta360 Ace and Ace Pro can go up to depths of 33 feet underwater (or up to 196 feet with a Dive Case accessory). According to the official specs, the internal batteries can last 100 minutes while recording in 4K30 with Active HDR and can be fast charged to 80% in just 22 minutes using a power delivery charger.
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What sets the Ace and Ace Pro apart?
Both Ace models come with impressive features. The Pro boasts a Leica Summarit lens and a larger 1/1.3-inch image sensor, suitable for low-light and up to 8K recording at 24 frames per second. While the vanilla one settles for a 1/2-inch sensor that can shoot up to 6K res videos at 30fps.
Insta360 Ace and Ace Pro Specifications:
|Up to 8K videos @ 24fps
|Up to 6K Videos @ 24fps
|Photo, HDR Photo, Interval, Burst Photo, Starlapse
|No built-in storage. Supports microSD cards up to 1 TB.
|BLE 5.2, 2.4GHz, 5GHz802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, USB Type-C
Insta360 Ace and Ace Pro Price in Nepal and Availability
The official Insta360 Ace Pro price in Nepal is NPR 68,500. Otherwise, the Insta360 Ace is priced at NPR 57,500.
Price in Nepal (Official)
Insta 360 Ace
Insta 360 Ace Pro
- Meanwhile, check out our review of Insta 360 Go 2.