Growing the Virb line of action cameras, Garmin announces their first 360-degree version. Compact, rugged and fully spherical, the Virb 360 offers a unique perspective on all your outdoor adventures.
The Virb 360 is waterproof and rugged, built to withstand overheating and wet conditions. It records high-quality video up to 5.7K/30fps with in-camera stitching up to 4K/30fps. Four built-in microphones capture sound from every direction, while the 4K Spherical Stabilization delivers smooth and steady video.
Using the built-in GPS and numerous other sensors, the Virb 360 enables customizable G-Metrix data overlays in a 360-degree augmented reality setting. With the free mobile app (Apple and Android) and desktop software, you can edit, stabilize, share, and add data overlays to your videos. The VIRB 360 supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ANT+, and NFC (one-tap connection with Android devices) connectivity. Use your smartphone as a remote control for the camera, see live 360-degree video of what you are recording, use a virtual reality (VR) device to instantly view your 360 videos in VR, or livestream to YouTube and Facebook.
The VIRB 360 offers a rechargeable, one-hour battery life while recording. 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. The 360-degree camera works via one-touch button controls, with voice control options to start and stop recordings, snap photos and more.
The 360-degree action camera comes with its own tripod/handgrip and uses replaceable microSD memory cards of up to 128GB. Additionally, the camera is equipped with a sunlight-readable display so you can see battery life, storage capacity, and video modes in real time.
The Garmin VIRB 360 retails for $799.99 and will start shipping soon.