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Watch Jean Alesi take Niki Lauda's 1974 Grand Prix car for a spin in reframed 360

Niki Lauder's Ferrari 312 B3 meets the Insta360 ONE X2 camera.
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Niki Lauder's Ferrari 312 B3 meets the Insta360 ONE X2 camera.

We love to feature cool videos that have been brought to our attention, and this one is right up there. Jean Alesi takes Niki Lauda's 1974 Ferrari 312 B3 around the Monaco circuit with an Insta360 ONE X2 attached to it. The effect is brilliant.

It's videos like this that show why 360 cameras can be so brilliant. Oftentimes their best use comes with instances like this, where the 360 footage is reframed to make a cool looking edit.  There's no banging music here, just the music of the engine, which has also been recorded to exceptional quality. The only downside is the YouTube compression, which murders any high motion footage that comes within 10ft of it.

Regardless, this is a really fun video and really does show the number of angles and shots you can get with a well placed 360 camera or two. Enjoy the ride, and turn up that volume!

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