Thursday, July 7

Insta360 cameras take a quick walk around the Monaco F1 track | Digital Trends Spanish

Before last Sunday’s F1 Monaco Grand Prix, insta360 partnered with the automobile Club de Monaco to offer racing fans a thrilling ride around the famous circuit.

Insta360 provided the cameras (a One X2, a One RS and a Go 2), while the club arranged for a driver (current F1 star and Monaco native Charles Leclerc) and a car (the iconic 1974 Ferrari 312B3 from Nikki Lauda).

With the cameras firmly attached to different parts of the car, Leclerc hit the throttle and showed off his driving skills as he hurtled around the demanding circuit.

Dramatic footage shows what you can achieve when you combine blistering speed with a slew of carefully placed action cameras.

Note, however, that the video begins on a 312B3 displaying the number “12”, but switches to one displaying the number “4”, presumably because Leclerc crashed Lauda’s old car when the brakes failed in a corner. . Oh! Insta360 evidently thought it best to leave the unfortunate accident out of the video, but you can capture it below (look carefully and you’ll see Insta360’s One RS camera attached to the car).

“Mounted to the nose, side and rear wing of the car, One X2 and One RS covered every angle, capturing the ride in epic 360,” Insta360 said in a message alongside the video. “Weighing just 27 grams, the little Go 2 was used to get up close and personal with Leclerc as he piloted the car around the torsion circuit.”

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