Garmin VIRB 360 Action Camera anywhere to capture or stream full 360° video

Posted on Feb 9 2018 - 12:30pm by Brian Atkinson

Garmin has unveiled the VIRB 360, a waterproof and dustproof camera that record both audio and video in 360 degrees, taking 15-megapixel round stills and video in 5.7K at 30fps. With a retail rate of $800, it isn’t cheap, however the cash buys you company-leading resolution.

Bringing some of the functions from the extremely 30 movement cam Garmin released last year, the brand new VIRB 360 is Garmin’s first foray in to 360° video.

Garmin VIRB 360 Design

Garmin VIRB 360 is a light-weight, waterproof to depths of 33′, and stock-resistant: the VIRB 360 is ready to be hooked up everywhere for shooting your adventures

Garmin VIRB 360 Features

The camera bests most other 360° cameras by providing 5.7K video, and Garmin has additionally integrated 4 microphones to record 360° audio. The camera is water resistant down to 30 feet (10 metres) for underwater 360° pictures, with a battery life of up to 1 hour 5 minutes of non-stop recording.

Garmin VIRB 360

As with the ultra 30, the VIRB 360 can be managed with voice instructions and can overlay facts captured from the array of sensors packed in to the camera: GPS, accelerometer, barometer, gyroscope, and compass.

Videos as much as 4K may be stitched in-camera, and when processed with the accompanying smart cellphone app, they may be stabilised the use of Garmin’s 4K spherical stabilization.

Garmin VIRB 360 Specs

Capture Spherical Video in 4K at 30p
Dual-Lens Capture and Internal Stitching
Unstitched Video Recorded up to 5.7K 30p
4-Channel Spatial Audio Recording
Waterproof to 33′ Without Housing
Free VIRB Mobile and Desktop Apps
Built-In Environmental Sensors
G-Metrix Status Overlays
Built-In Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and NFC
Includes Handgrip/Tripod and Cradles

Garmin VIRB 360 Price

The VIRB 360 may be to be had in June, giving it pretty a head begin at the GoPro Fusion, which does now not yet have a confirmed release date. The Fusion shoots at 5.2K (decrease than Garmin’s camera), but there isn’t loads extra that we know about it yet, tons less a price. At $800, the VIRB 360 is one of the most steeply-priced 360 cameras to be had, however additionally appears to be one of the most capable.