Garmin enters the GoPro cameras world: The new Garmin VIRB and VIRB Elite
The Garmin Virb: True 1080p HD Action Camera 1080p
HD video recording with 16 megapixel CMOS image processor
1.4” Chroma display: color, high-resolution; easier control of setup, playback and adjustments
Long-lasting rechargeable lithium-ion battery, record up to 3 hours at 1080p
Rugged, durable, waterproof with an aerodynamic design In addition to 1080p@30fps, you adjust resolution and filming speed for crisp, dramatic slow motion up to 120fps.
And itĘs all seen through our WideVü lens and processed through 16 megapixel CMOS sensor for the highest quality video, even before you start editing it.
Multiple HD video modes: 1080p@30fps, 960p@48fps, 720p@30/60fps, 848x480@120fps.
With the Digital Stabilization feature engaged, VIRB adds a little stability to bumpy rides and adventures so you can share a smoother video. VIRB allows you to take still photos at the same time you are recording video with just a touch of the button on either your remote compatible Garmin device or on the camera itself.
The dimensions are 32 mm x 53 mm x 111 mm, (1.26◊2.087◊4.37 in ), the weight of the camera including the battery is 6.26 oz (177g) and the price of the Virbe is $300 USD
The Virbe Elite costs $400 USD and provides at least the same features. However it provides additional Wi-Fi connectivity to a smartphone or a computer, or GarminĘs external sensors (temperature-speed-cadence-heart rate).
Elite also features a built-in accelerometer and altimeter for data stamping and custom filming profiles as well as a high sensitivity GPS and advanced GPS features. The dimensions and the weight of the Elite is the same with those of the base model.