Garmin VIRB 360 Action Camera
June 2, 2017
Garmin’s new VIRB 360 is a waterproof, rugged and fully spherical 360-degree action camera. The VIRB 360 is an easy-to-use camera that captures impressive high-quality video up to 5.7K/30fps, with 4 built-in microphones. Further, the VIRB 360’s 4K Spherical Stabilization feature makes the video smooth and steady.
With the VIRB 360, users can capture video with automatic in-camera stitching up to 4K/30fps. Videos can be easily uploaded for editing or sharing instantaneously. Taking advantage of its built-in GPS and numerous other sensors, the VIRB 360 offers customizable G-Metrix data overlays in a 360-degree augmented reality setting.
Garmin offers a free, downloadable VIRB Mobile app and desktop software to edit, stabilize, share and add data overlays to any VIRB 360 video content. Boasting simple one-touch button controls, the VIRB 360 also incorporates helpful voice control options to start and stop recordings, snap photos and more. Livestream lets you to post to YouTube or Facebook Live with a compatible smartphone or tablet.
The VIRB 360 comes with a rechargeable, one-hour battery while recording. The camera is built to withstand overheating and wet conditions. Beyond video, the VIRB 360 can take stitched-in-camera, 360-degree, 15-megapixel spherical photos. Photo modes include single capture, burst shooting, and time lapse. Additionally, the camera is equipped with a sunlight-readable display for users to identify battery life, storage capacity and video modes. The VIRB 360 supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ANT+, and NFC (one-tap connection with Android™ devices) connectivity.
Offering a wealth of flexibility and range, the VIRB 360 is compatible with industry-leading virtual reality headsets and live playback through the free VIRB Mobile app. What’s more, the camera is compatible with Apple and Android devices, and comes with its own unique tripod/handgrip. The VIRB 360 uses replaceable micro SD memory cards of up to 128 GB (sold separately).
For more information, visit Garmin’s website.