The Insta360 One X2 has a more rugged design and full-color touchscreen.
Insta360 today announced the One X2, a new 360-degree camera that replaces the One X from 2018. The X2 adds a full-color touchscreen, longer battery life, IPX8 water resistance, and even more AI-powered editing tools to its flagship consumer 360 camera. The Insta360 One X2 is available starting today for $429.99, about $30 more than the prior model.
Keeping the same basic rectangular shape, Insta360 refined the hardware with two new latched compartments for a battery, microSD card, and a USB-C port and textured rails that run around the outside of the camera. These rails provide a much better grip than the smooth unibody design of the One X, and overall they make the camera feel more rugged and more like an action camera. There are…tech, The Verge