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Pro Highly portable
It's very small and lightweight at 70 grams.
Con Recording isn't a smooth process
To record a short video, you have to keep the shutter button pressed in (releasing it stops the recording).
If you want to record a longer video, you have to hold the button then swipe up on the app.
Con Only compatible with newer iPhones
The Insta360 Nano only works with newer iPhones (6/6 plus, 6s/6s plus, 7/7 plus).
However, you can use the camera without a phone, but you won't have a live preview.
Con Poor video quality
Video quality is really inconsistent and lacking in detail. The slightest change in lighting will cause that area to appear under or over exposed, making for a patchy image.
Con No way to use a single camera
You aren't able to take single still images with the camera, 360 degrees is your only option.
Con Easy to damage the camera
It's not the most well-constructed camera and has a fairly plastic-y feel to it. The lenses protrude with no protection, making them easy to damage.
You don't get a hardcase with this camera to protect it in transit, so you'll want to find your own way to protect it while on the move.