Garmin has just introduced the VIRB 360, a versatile, compact, waterproof, spherical 360-degree camera. It offers high-quality video up to 5.7K/30fps, it has four built-in microphones to capture sounds in all directions, and it comes with a 4K Spherical Stabilization to make your video look smooth and steady. And, taking advantage of its built-in GPS (this is Garmin, after all), the VIRB 360 provides custom data overlays for all its settings.
“The VIRB 360 lets you relive personal experiences and share them with your friends – from a different point of view, every time,” says Garmin VP Dan Bartel. “VIRB 360 owners will no longer need to worry about trying to capture the perfect angle or setting up the perfect shot. The camera’s easy-to-use feature set will make even the most inexperienced users look like experts.”
The camera incorporates voice control options to start and stop recordings or to snap pictures, and Garmin offers a free VIRB 360 mobile app and desktop software to edit, stabilize, share and add data overlays.
The VIRB 360 has a rechargeable one-hour battery life while recording. It costs $799.99 and will be available in June. For more: http://garmin.com/VIRB360