An Insta360 YouTube video has been released showcasing footage from two of its ONE R 360 cameras strapped to the Kawasaki ZX-10RR of none other than Jonathan Rea, current world superbike champion, and WorldSBK’s most successful rider ever.
Filmmaker Manel Cabot used an extension rod to mount the first Insta360 ONE R (opens in new tab) on the rear of the bike. The results are a third-person perspective of rider and machine speeding round the MotorLand Aragon circuit in Spain, not unlike the camera angle from a motorbike racing videogame.
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The second diddy action camera was mounted on the bike’s cockpit and offers view’s of the six-times world champion and speedometer, displaying the Insta360 ONE R’s smooth FlowState Stabilization as the superbike leans into super-fast corners.
Back in September we reported on a similar instance when Bennetts British Superbike rider and outright Isle of Man TT lap record holder Peter Hickman had an Insta360 ONE R strapped to the faring (opens in new tab) of his BMW S1000RR at Snetterton Circuit in the UK.
The Insta360 ONE R with Dual-Lens 360 is available in a variety of kits, including the Twin Edition Motorcycle Kit, so you can record footage of your own two-wheel road trips. The tiny action camera measures 72mm x 48mm x 43mm and weighs just 130.5g.