Insta360 has most user types of 360-degree cameras covered, offering cameras from the consumer-level One X all the way up to pro-level 8K models. However, it seems there is demand for even more powerful cameras with higher resolutions.
With the new 11K Titan camera Insta360 is catering to VR cinema professionals with the highest demands. The camera features eight lenses with Four Thirds sensors, which is the largest sensor size on any stand-alone VR camera.
The camera supports 10-bit color and in video mode can shoot 11K or 10K 3D at 30 fps, 8K at 60 fps or 5.3K at 120 fps. In still mode it can capture 11K 360-degree images in 3D and monoscopic.
To cope with the amounts of image data that is captured, each lens/sensor combo requires a high-speed SD card. Gyroscopic metadata for Insta360's FlowState stabilization and low-resolution proxy files, which can be used for quicker editing with Insta360's Adobe Premiere Pro plug-in, are stored on an additional card.