Garmin VIRB 360 VR Camera

Garmin has released VIRB 360, its first mini VR camera designed to capture every detail around you during any outdoor activity. Like the idea? Let’s continue checking.

Garmin VIRB 360 VR Camera

The VIRB 360 is a high-performance, waterproof 360-degree panoramic camera that measures 39 x 59.3 x 69.8mm and weighs 160g with battery. As shown in the images, the camera shows off an ultra compact and lightweight appearance design, and its rugged, waterproof housing withstands immersion up to 10 meters of water, which enables it to deal with video recording during various challenging adventures.

Garmin VIRB 360 VR Camera

The VR camera has the ability to capture fully spherical video in up to 5.7K/30fps resolution with 360-degree audio, and it’s able to auto-stitch your 4K footage in camera, so you don’t have to do the job using your smartphone. Meanwhile, the mini camera also supports 360-degree photos, burst shots, time lapse, and Travelapse photo capture up to 15MP.

Furthermore, VIRB 360 also features 4K spherical stabilization that ensures smooth and stable video recording regardless of camera movement. Using its mobile app and desktop software, you can easily edit and share your videos and photos, and it supports livestream to YouTube and Facebook. Built-in GPS and sensors are designed for augmented reality G-Metrix data overlays, so your photos and videos will contain the data about the recording and environment that allows you to share your adventure in detail. In addition, the 360-degree camera supports more convenient voice control, and it can shoot more than one hour on a single charge.

Garmin VIRB 360 VR camera is priced at $799.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Garmin Amazon shop for its more details. BTW, don’t miss YI 360 VR camera and more cool related gadgets by following tags.

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