Win $500 Every Week in the #NoDroneNoProblem Awards!

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Drone shots are awesome. Want to know something else awesome? The chance to win $500 every week in the #NoDroneNoProblem Awards!

While we know not everyone can be an expert drone pilot, everyone CAN shoot epic fake drone shots, all you need is a 360-capable Insta360 camera and an Invisible Selfie Stick. And that means everyone has a chance to win some cold hard cash every single week!

Here’s how you can win $500 every week…

We want to see YOUR fake drone shots this summer. Whether you’re traveling in far flung corners of the globe, or exploring closer to home, all you’ve got to do is: 

1️⃣ Take a fake drone video with your Insta360 camera & Invisible Selfie Stick

2️⃣ Share your shots on socials with the hashtags #Insta360 and #NoDroneNoProblem

3️⃣ Follow @insta360_official (TikTok) or @insta360 (Instagram, Facebook and Twitter)

…and that’s all!

We’ll be keeping an eye on our feeds and selecting one clip each week to WIN $500!


Keep scrolling to get all the need-to-know tips and some epic inspiration.  

Fake it ‘til you make it with fake drone shots

Running low on Instagram or TikTok video ideas? Want to level up your travel vlogs? Fake drone shots are a surefire way to get great interaction with people asking “how on earth did they film that?!” 

The best news is fake drone shots are also super easy to capture with an Insta360 camera—be it the ONE RS 1-Inch 360 Edition, ONE RS with the 360 Lens, ONE X2 or another, it just needs to be capable of shooting 360-degrees. Just mount the camera on the Invisible Selfie Stick and you’re ready to go. Once you’ve finished shooting, upload your shots to the Insta360 app, and the Invisible Selfie Stick will magically disappear. You’ll be left with mind-blowing unobstructed views.

PRO TIP: Make sure your camera is lined up parallel with your selfie stick, otherwise it won’t be rendered invisible in the final shot. 

Diagram showing how to mount your Insta360 camera on the Invisible Selfie Stick

Incredible third person views 

Live life on the edge in amazing detail. Since you don’t have to worry about crashing your expensive drone into the side of a mountain, you’re free to live in the moment.

Take your shots to new heights (literally) wherever you go. Whether you’re scaling rock faces or doing something a little less adventurous, extending your selfie stick to full length and hitting record guarantees an epic perspective. 

To get the most aerial views possible, shoot with the Extended Edition Selfie Stick. With a reach of up to 3m (9.8ft), it’s the perfect accessory to really help your content take off!

Fake drone shots are better than no drone shots…

The last thing you want to do is upset the locals! There are some places where you just aren’t allowed to fly. What to do if you find out drones are banned on that picture-perfect beach or dramatic mountain peak? You guessed it, #NoDroneNoProblem. 

Some shots would be too tricky even for the world’s most talented drone pilots. Get up close and personal with zero risk of decapitating your friends…

@insta360_official

10ft selfie stick + #insta360onex2 = 💯👏 @Joel Eggimann getting creative with his #vanlife #camping #fyp #travel #nodronenoproblem

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Share your #NoDroneNoProblem shots to win NOW!

1️⃣ Take an epic video with your Insta360 camera & the Invisible Selfie Stick

2️⃣ Share your shots on socials with the hashtags #Insta360 and #NoDroneNoProblem

3️⃣ Follow @insta360_official (TikTok) or @insta360 (Instagram, Facebook and Twitter)

Good luck!


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3 Comments

  1. Elisa 2022/08/23 at 6:08 pm

    wow! Does the content have to be published in the feed or can you also participate with a video of a story?

    Reply
  2. Ryan Smith 2022/08/30 at 9:09 pm

    I’m curious if you have any attachments to mount directly to the handle bars of a motorcycle and what the video looks like. I’d love to try one out on my Harley Davidson, but I’d rather not have a camera way out there on a stick while riding.

    Reply

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