Garmin VIRB 360 Action Camera

Garmin VIRB 360 Action Camera

Garmin VIRB 360 Action Camera

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Product Highlights

  • 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
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Secure the Garmin VIRB 360 Action Camera anywhere to capture or stream full 360° video. Two cameras with wide-angle lenses are contained within the body of the VIRB 360. Unstitched video can be captured in high-resolution 5.7K or 5K at 30fps as well as stitched, in-camera, for a 4K result. 5.7K video is generated by combining the 2880x2880 resolution of both camera feeds using the free desktop software. Practically speaking, your audience should always see a sharp image, regardless of where they're looking inside the video sphere. Audio from all directions is recorded using four microphones for a complementary spatial audio experience to the spherical video.

Built-in barometer, accelerometer, gyroscope, and compass sensors as well as GPS and GLONASS positioning provide real-time data for the G-Metrix overlays. The free mobile and desktop VIRB applications can be used to offload, share, process, and even stabilize video recorded with the VIRB 360. Videos stitched in-camera can be streamed live with the VIRB applications on select Apple devices. While the apps offer deeper controls, operation of the camera itself is a simple affair. Use the top LCD to monitor key information, and when you're ready to roll simply press the record button, or just say so, using the voice command functionality.

Spherical Video
Resolution up to 5.7K/30fps unstitched and 4K/30fps with in-camera stitching
Spherical Audio
4 built-in microphones capture 360-degree spatial audio
VIRB App
Easy-to-use, free VIRB mobile app and desktop software let you edit, stabilize, add data overlays, and share videos
Rugged Design
Lightweight, waterproof to depths of 33', and shock-resistant: the VIRB 360 is ready to be mounted anywhere for capturing your adventures
Simple Operation
Start and stop recording with simple, one-touch buttons
Live Streaming Capabilities
Live streaming to YouTube or Facebook Live is available using a compatible smartphone or tablet
G-Metrix
Built-in sensors provide G-Metrix data overlays in 360-degree augmented reality
Voice Control
Use voice control to start and stop recording, take photos, and more, completely hands-free
360° Photos
Up to 15-megapixel resolution provides high-quality spherical photos
Built-In Display
Sunlight-readable display shows battery, storage, mode, and connectivity status at a glance
UPC: 753759180256
In the Box
Garmin VIRB 360 Action Camera
  • Rechargeable Battery for VIRB 360
  • Charging/Data Cable
  • Tripod Cradle
  • Action Cradle
  • Tripod/Handgrip for VIRB 360
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Garmin 360 specs

    Sensor 2 x 12 Megapixel 1/2.3" backside-illuminated CMOS
    Pixel Size: 1.55 μM
    Electronic Shutter: 30-1/8000s
    Lens Formula: 8 elements (each)
    Unstitched FOV: 201.8°
    Traditional 16:9 FOV: 141° horizontal
    Depth of Focus: 40cm-∞
    Focal Length: 1.036mm
    35mm Full-Frame-Equivalent Focal Length: 6mm
    Aperture: Fixed f/2
    Video Resolution Unstitched:
    2880 x 2880 (5.7K) 30 fps, 120 Mbps (2 x 60 Mbps files)
    2496 x 2496 (5K) 30 fps, 100 Mbps (2 x 50 Mbps files)
    1760 x 1760 (3.5K) 60 fps, 100 Mbps (2 x 50 Mbps files)

    Stitched Spherical:
    3840 x 2160 (4K) 30 fps, 80 Mbps

    Traditional 16:9:
    1920 x 1080 (FHD) 120 fps, 50 Mbps
    1920 x 1080 (FHD) 60 fps, 40 Mbps
    Video Format MP4 (AVC/H.264 encoding)
    Photo Resolution Unstitched:
    2 x 9 Megapixel (3008 x 3000)

    Stitched:
    15 Megapixel (5640 x 2816)

    Traditional Single Lens:
    3 Megapixel (1920 x 1440)
    ISO Rating Automatic: 100-1600
    Manual: 100-6400
    Audio Format: 48 kHz, AAC, 4-channel ambisonic
    Water Rating 1 ATM (33' / 10 m)
    Connectivity Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n), Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, ANT+
    Sensors Accelerometer, Barometer, Compass, Gyroscope, GPS/GLONASS
    Storage microSD (up to 128 GB) UHS-1 class U3 or faster
    Display 1.1" / 27 mm (diagonal)
    Battery Life 1 hour (approx.)
    Dimensions 1.5 x 2.3 x 2.75" / 39 x 59 x 70 mm
    Weight 5.6 oz / 160 g (with battery)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.1 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.0 x 4.0 x 4.0"

    Garmin 360 reviews

    VIRB 360 Action Camera is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 6.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good, with reservations. It is well-built, easy to get started, but it has factors holding it back. 1) Getting wifi connected is still a bit too mystical for today. You never quite know if you'll connect or not. Once you are connected, it is rock solid, you can view while it is recording (note: not in raw recording), and it is good. But the initial connection or re-connection is not 100%. 2) The microSD card matters, and doesn't seem to make sense. I had a top-of-the-line, best throughput, all the stickers and signoffs saying it can record best and... while using it, without fail 45 minutes into a recording, some quadrant of the video would go FULL PURPLE. It must be heat (it gets HOT), but after downgrading to a middle of the road microSD card, the issue hasn't manifested again. 3) comes with the territory of action cameras, don't expect much more than an hour of life from a single battery. either get the external ac/charge adapter, or another battery or two depending on your use case. The good news, is the picture is excellent, gps is a great add-on, the photo/video options are correct with enough options and settings that any reasonable needs can be met. The "meh": stitching is only so so. Not best, not worst, but there is a noticeable seam about 2 or 3 feet out, after which it disappears. lastly, it runs HOT. VERY HOT. Almost too hot to the touch, it did power down because of heat on me once or twice (I did get a replacement, which has been better, but still HOT). It is good, not great, and v2 will hopefully give a better seam, figure a way to dissipate heat better, lock in wifi, and allow a better range of microSD cards.
    Date published: 2018-02-02
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not ready for release Although the specs look good, the footage doesn't. Stills have a higher resolution than the Samsung Gear 360, yet are half the size due to massive compression - so they look far worse. Video looks marginally better than the Samsung, but not 3 times as good (as the price would have you believe). The app will continually ask for the wifi password to your camera, yet never connect - you need to connect your phone to the camera OUTSIDE THE APP then it might stay connected. Obviously a bug in their app. Also, the camera will not connect to my phone via bluetooth. The camera keeps getting an error although I authorize on my phone. There are no quality settings for the camera in the app. The app will download the 80+MB update, yet continuously error out when trying to actually update the camera. OK, so the software is still in beta, how is the hardware? Well, the mounting system is bizarre. It is really tough to get the mount connected to the camera. Once it is connected, it is very solid. We have gone through 4 different 360 cameras at this point and it seems that nothing under $2500 is really ready for commercial use or even remotely reliable (except the Samsung 360 - it is reliable, but not really high quality). Also, in doing a head-to-head with the Samsung 360, using the same mount, the Samsung video is much more stable than the Garmin. I am not sure if there is any type of stabilization built into the Samsung, but it is much nicer to watch compared to this action cam. I guess we will just return this one and wait for the GoPro.
    Date published: 2017-06-26
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love/Hate with this... Cool toy & showpiece but not 4 me yet Of everything in this price range, it is the best for 360 video. I was hoping it would have been better. It likes it bright so indoor shots without good lighting is not very good, even outdoor with an overcast day was dark in my opinion. One thing I did find out is that you can record in 5.7K but all 360 editing software that I have found will convert it to 4K video once you've made your post production changes. The charge lasts about an hour but I purchased the attachment that allows full time power while attached, then was limited by recording time which was a surprising 3 hours 15 minutes per 128mb micro SD card... I was unable to upload a 50 minute clip to Facebook, it kept timing out... but watching it on my computer off of the card was pretty awesome. Also, editing with the software they give you is very limited, I used CyberLink PowerDirector 16.... a good complement if you plan to do any editing with scale in 360 video. The files KILLED the space on my hard drive... you could fill a 1 TB drive very quickly with out 4 hours of video and although I understand it, wow, pulling in video, saving the raw video and then editing and saving really filled the hard drive. I think this is one of the best on the market right now in the under $1,000 range and was at the high end of what I wanted to pay for a 360 camera but I had the Fly4K and this is at least twice the quality of image, and easier to use. Pictures were a pretty awesome - simply upload to Facebook and FB converts the file for viewing in 360. I did not try the images in a Oculus or Rift so I don't have experience with those. For pictures... in 360 I would Highly recommend this camera but for video, it's not quite up to what I want/need. I would recommend this to someone that wants to take 360 pictures... video, I would say if you're willing to use a lot of space on your storage drives and have a well lit environment it would work for you... but expect to cut the video down and upload it in small segments.
    Date published: 2017-10-17
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great idea, poor image quality. Image quality is low, images too contrasty, looks like SD video. Unit overheats and shuts down rendering it unusable. Garmin states updating to latest firmware should fix issues but the unit is already on the latest version.
    Date published: 2017-06-15
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid camera, improving with updates. Great solid camera, well built. Absolutely love the ability to add AR overlays. Video quality is better than 360 photos but garmin has released several updates to improve bugs and image quality since it's release (as all 360 manufacturers have). The latest update was yesterday. Big improvements.
    Date published: 2017-06-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Garmin VIRB360 - Best of breed - Action360 Street View Ready At Red Hen we have been testing a number of the emerging 360 bubblecams. The Garmin VIRB 360 camera despite the additional cost is heads-and-shoulders above any camera tested by us to date and well worth the additional cost. Totally good-to-go and the integration to the Android App is reliable and easy. The construction is compact and simply smartly made with an excellent fitting of all parts. In camera stitch is good and likely will get better. This is an awesome camera entry in the 360 ActionCam game and with all of the associated sensors as well as ability to track their ANT sensors separates Garmin by miles IMHO. I have been around 360 immersion process for better than a decade and this product is, in aggregate, as good as it gets... at the moment (Yes, the world continues to turn!) This camera is Street View ready! Draw backs - really needs some sort of protection between imaging and an external microphone 3.5mm jack IMHO. The availability of a Bluetooth mic is ok but gets in the way of ease of use. Lastly, the Garmin post-collect software is just OK. The sensor over-lay is intuitive but still a tad clunky. A bit more evolution and the Garmin 360 ActionCam will set the pace.
    Date published: 2017-07-11
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