Reconstruct supports three models of 360 cameras, as shown in the table below.
* Normal walking speed is 275 ft/min.
Overall, we recommend using the Insta360 One R due its higher resolution, superior image quality, and internal stabilizations (We recommend buying "360 edition standalone" among different bundle options - for Reconstruct special promo code contact firstname.lastname@example.org) .This camera can generate decent quality point clouds without using a stabilizer, however the best results can be obtained by using Insta360 One R and a stabilizer. Garmin Virb and Ricoh Theta V can also be used. In this case, users must walk slower and use a stabilizer.
Lighting is one of the most important factors in 360 video captures. Generally, it is not recommended to perform captures in low-light conditions. However, if captures must be made under low-light conditions, external lighting should be used. Among the supported camera models, Insta360 One R have the best low light performance.
Lens Care and Lens Guards
Follow the recommended camera care guidance by the camera manufacturer. Be careful with camera and its lenses by securing cameras in a case when not in use and placing them such that the lenses are not in contact with any surfaces at any time. While using the camera, do not touch the lens with your hands. Clean both lenses periodically by wiping them clockwise with the cleaning cloth.
Although cameras may include lens guards with purchase or available as accessories, use of them reduces the quality of capture and are not recommended.
In all cases, we highly recommend purchasing a 360 stabilizer (e.g. Feiyu Tech G6 Plus Gimbal for Insta One X and One R, and Feiyu Tech G6 Gimbal for Insta One R only - note that their mounting type is different) to use with the camera. Stabilizers are very useful in eliminating motion blur that results from walking or turning during the capture.
- Large capacity micro SD card to use with any of the above cameras. We recommend 128 GB or higher.
- Selfie stick/monopod in case you need to hold the camera at a higher elevation than you can reach with your hand.
- Extra batteries for the camera and stabilizer
- External lighting panels or lanterns: