The first 8K action camera with gesture control and AI support
That’s still more than what GoPro offers, with the Hero 12 Black (Available here on Amazon), and the sensor is also smaller at 1/1.9 inch. The theme of artificial intelligence has already been emphasized in the teaser. The goal of the AI assistant seems to be to automatically find the best moments from a recorded video, but it remains to be seen if it can do more than that. Operating the action camera is also said to be made easier thanks to gesture control, which should also work with gloves, and voice control is also possible like the competition.
The first image above also shows the new wrist remote, which also acts as a second display with real-time processing. It makes sense for Insta360 to outsource the GPS chip here instead of ditching it entirely like with the GoPro Hero 12 Black. The images above also show us the touchscreen that can be folded up and forward, the small status screen on the front, the Leica Summarit lens with F/2.6 aperture and 16mm equivalent focal length, as well as some planned accessories, for example for setting up a vlog . Without a protective case, the Insta360 Ace Pro will be water-resistant to a depth of 10 metres, there’s no word on pricing yet.