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Insta360 flash sale: Save on One RS and X2 action cams for a limited time

Insta360's live-action camera sale is in full swing, but it won't last forever.
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Written by Charlie Osborne, Contributing Writer on

When you're on the hunt for a live-action camera, GoPro's are far from your only option. 

Insta360's live-action camera range has risen in popularity in recent years, and as the company launches its end-of-season sale, the ONE X2 and ONE RS are available for a discount. 

The standalone Insta360 ONE X2 camera is on sale for $386, a 10% discount on its typical $429 price tag. The ONE RS also comes with 10% off, bringing the price down from $299 to $269.

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The Insta360 ONE X2 is a pocket-sized standalone action camera that is able to record footage in 5.7K, 360-degree capture. Footage can be edited and improved via AI technologies and the camera can be voice-controlled. Furthermore, the device is waterproof up to 10m. 

In comparison, the Insta360 ONE RS has been designed with extreme and adrenaline sports in mind. The ONE RS contains an improved 1/2" 48MP image sensor and video capture in 4K at 60fps -- or 6K widescreen shoots -- are possible. An integrated "boost lens" is included for zooming in on points of interest while users are climbing, biking, or swimming.  

This camera is protected by a rugged chassis and is waterproof up to 16ft. 

We've reviewed the Insta360 X3, the successor to the X2, and we also consider it an excellent live-action camera. 

In our review of the firm's first webcam offering, the Insta360 Link, ZDNET found that it is a spectacular device, combining the best of Insta360's existing camera technologies with an easy setup, 4K resolution, and a light enough chassis to fit on laptops comfortably. 

Insta360's sale will end on September 28. As a bonus add-on, the company has also slashed the price of its Insta360 Care accident protection plan by 10% and a further 5% discount is on offer for select products purchased through PayPal.

There are several other end-of-season sales deals of note that are currently live. Check out our top picks below:

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