The Insta360 One X is the hottest 360 camera of the moment, and for good reason. It combines high quality 360° image capture with software that is robust, fast, easy to use to provide a experience that rises above its chief competitor, the GoPro Fusion. The One X strongly differentiates itself from the Fusion By including a built in gyroscope that allows it to keep the horizon steady. Moreover, the Insta360 workflow is remarkably less laborious than that of the GoPro.
Here is a link
to the Insta360 site, where you can find out more.
It's been than 24 hours since I got into using the Insta360 One X. Numerous examples of what it can do are coming soon, here's the first 360 video.
360 Video by Mark Henninger
That clip was rendered entirely on a phone, specifically an iPhone XS Max. That limited the output resolution to 4K, instead of the 5.7 K that the desktop application is capable of. It was captured in 5.7 K at 30 frames per second. On the other hand, the workflow was gloriously simple. I'll have 5.7K native 5.7K examples on YouTube soon.
Worth repeating, it's remarkable how much easier it was to produce this with the Insta360 than it would be to produce the exact same thing from the GoPro Fusion. About the only thing I would say that the fusion really has on the One X is imperviousness to lens flare. If the sun is shining directly on the One X, sometimes a tiny little red dot of flare shows up where is with the GoPro I never saw any sort of flare whatsoever. But, going back to the gyroscope, the GoPro "ruins" many more shots by drifting, and that happens regardless of what the lighting is like.