The Garmin Virb 360 is from a new breed of high tech cameras that have leapfrogged technologies from just 8-10 years ago. Selling for roughly $800 with free shipping at most locations, we are going to take a closer look at the camera in this article.
The Garmin Virb 360 is a powerfully built, tough and waterproof 360 degree camera. It has an impressive 5.7K/30fps resolution and comes with 4K spherical stabilization, not found in most cameras.
With a resolution up to 5.7K/30fps unstitched and 4K/30fps with in-camera stitching, this is a true high end 360 camera. It has 4 built-in microphones which allows the camera to capture 360-degree audio sound in high quality. With the 4K spherical stabilization you are ensured very smooth video production whether or not the camera is moving or still.
The Garmin Verb 360 has built-in sensors which can provide the user with g-metrix data that overlays in 360-degree augmented reality. It’s quite simple to use, and has a free VIRB mobile app and VIRB edit desktop software. This allows you to edit, stabilize, share and add data overlays to all of your 360 videos.
The VIRB 360 is promoted as the first of its kind, which captures a complete sphere of high resolution video as well as audio, including photos. This can remove the lengthy editing process with it’s unique 1-click video stabilization which goes up to 4K resolution at 30 fps. This allows you to instantly livestream all of your adventures.
With this 360 camera you can record in modes such as time lapse, manual and others. You can also capture 360-degree photos, burst shots, time lapse and Travelapse photos. You can capture up to 15 megapixels — stitched in camera. If you add these features to the 4 built-in microphones for 360-degree audio, you will be fully encaptured in the 360 experience.
The unit is 1.54 inches, 2.75 inches, 2.33 inches in size and weighs just under 6 ounces. Please visit our Virtual Home Page to see many more Virtual related reviews !