OLATHE, Kan. (BRAIN) — Garmin expelled sum of a subsequent era of a Virb movement cameras on Monday. The dual new camera models will be accessible this summer.
The new VIRB X and VIRB XE models have a new form cause permitting some-more ascent options. They have a one-inch display, are waterproof to 50 meters and don’t need a box for underwater shooting. In further to extended video and audio modes, both cameras underline a engorgement of built-in sensors, including a GPS, an accelerometer and a gyroscope. The cameras can entrance even some-more outmost sensors wirelessly and confederate a sensor information in their videos. The cameras offer ANT+, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi wireless options.
As an instance of a use of a outmost sensors, cyclists can conceal energy information from their Garmin Vector energy meter, or uncover other information including G-loading during flight, a straight feet lonesome while downhill skiing (with a tie to a Garmin Fenix 3 watch) and more. The information is integrated with videos around Garmin’s new G-Metrix system.
“With a updated design, extended recording options, built-in sensors and a introduction of G-Metrix, VIRB X and XE paint a confidant step brazen in a expansion of movement cameras for consumers and professionals alike,” pronounced Dan Bartel, Garmin’s clamp boss of worldwide sales. “We are intensely vehement to move these cameras to market, and see not usually a calm that users share, though also how far, how fast, and how crazy their adventures unequivocally are.”
The VIRB XE shoots during 1440p/30fps and 1080p/60fps with super slow-mo, picture stabilization and opposite wizz levels.
The VIRB X shoots during 1080p/30fps and 720p/60fps with slow-mo and wizz options. Both versions can constraint pointy still photos and print bursts with adult to 12MP picture quality.
Additionally, VIRB XE has a Pro Mode with some-more modernized primer camera adjustments such as white change control, sharpness control, tone form control, ISO extent and bearing bias.
Both models have softened secure mounts with a non-slip Allen-head tightening complement for impact and quivering resistance.
Through a built-in Wi-Fi, users can now bond VIRB X and XE to a VIRB Mobile app on smartphones and tablets. With a app users can get a live tide of video to set adult shots and see what’s being recorded, control and perspective mixed cameras, or even fast revise and conceal G-Metrix data. The app also annals a final famous GPS position of a camera for easy recovery.
The VIRB X will have a suggested sell cost of $299.99, and VIRB XE will have a suggested sell cost of $399.99.
More information during garmin.com/outdoors.