Garmin VIRB 360 Tough New Action Camera Officially Announced
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Garmin VIRB 360 Tough New Action Camera Officially Announced

Garmin has taken the wraps off its new action camera – the VIRB 360. Well, it is a compact and rugged camera that will capture 360-degree video and stunning images, while on any sort of adventure. Moreover, the new spherical camera would be packed with bleeding-edge specs.

The VIRB 360 is capable of at 30 frames per second and taking 15 -megapixels stills; and four built-in microphones are given to it, for recording all the encompassing sounds, even with 360-degree stunt shoots. It is expectantly waterproof, up to 30-feet.

With the VIRB 360, users can automatically stitch the images together; hence they can be able to share with others, what they have captured, instantly. The camera also includes a 4K spherical stabilization that consistently makes the videos less shaky.

 

Using free apps, you can instantaneously edit and share your videos, on the go. In addition, you can also add overlays, which provides data such as GPS coordinates, altitude, and speed. Do you know that? Your footage and stills can even be recorded on a microSD card (up to 128GB).

For the users’ convenience, the camera is equipped with a sunlight-readable display, with which you can identify the life of the battery, storage capacity, video modes, etc. even under bright sunlight. It supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ANT+ and NFC connectivity. Using this you can also transmit your videos to your smartphone. Moreover, it is compatible with both Android and Apple mobile devices.

What’s more! It has a one-touch simple switch, which quickly starts recording when you flick it. But the magic part is, it will start recording the moment once you turn it on. No more deception with record or stop controls. Even, wasting a sec can take you away from the moment. Just Turn on, Record and Turn it Off to stop.

The battery holds the charge for about an hour while shooting in 4K. Finally, the camera should be available for $799.99 from June month onward.

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