Garmin has this week unveiled newly updates version of its Garmin VIRB action cameras that now take the form of the X and XE.
The new Garmin VIRB XE is prices at $400 and offers 1440p at 30 fps as well as 12 megapixel still images. While the Garmin VIRB X is priced at $299 and offers 720p at 60 fps or 30 fps depending on your preference.
Watch the video below tho learn more about the new range of action cameras from Garmin and see examples or the footage taken. Garmin explains a little more about their newly refreshed line of VIRB action cameras :
“The Garmin VIRB XE action camera shoots rich, high definition, wide-angle footage at 1080p/60fps and 12 megapixel photos at up to 30 frames per second. Designed for tough environments, VIRB XE contains built-in GPS, G-force, orientation sensors and the ability to wirelessly connect to external sensors and Garmin devices to capture even more performance data and overlay how fast, how far, how high, and how intense the moment truly was.
So hold on tight; we have heart-stopping, high-thrill adventures shot 100% with VIRB XE in Haines, Alaska; Yucca Valley, California; Oregon; and San Francisco, Calif., and you have a front row seat!”
Both Garmin action cameras are waterproof down to 50 meters without the need for an additional case and are fitted with a 1 inch screen on the rear to view your footage and camera angles during setup. For full specifications and features jump over to the Garmin website.
Source: Tech CrunchFiled Under: Camera News, Top News