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What the community says about Garmin Virb 360
- "I think if someone is looking for something with a way to monitor speed in it that this looks like a nice camera, overall I think that the camera may not look as good as some competitors when they review footage but it looks decent."
- "Decent and versatile camera. Garmin software along with the extra bump in the resolution this camera has over others allows you to get the sweet spot of the best image quality you can get in 360. People who feel it's not the best camera don't really understand the intricacies of how this one works. Perhaps they need a camera with less features. This one is for professionals. "
- "Now that cameras are getting hot, everyone wants in. This is a GPS manufacturer who wants to sell me a camera. Okay, let's be fair I thought, so I gave it a whirl. It's ... not terribly impressive. Lots of marketing speak and buzz words, but not much flash. It doesn't hold up to the GoPros I'm already familiar with. This thing isn't even less expensive, and doesn't have more memory or something. There's no reason for me to go with this over a brand and model I already know is rock solid. Sorry Garmin, I love your navigation, but I'll be returning your optics."
- "It's a rugged product. I mounted it up on my bike and went on a ride. Even at highway speeds, I didn't feel concerned that any debris would destroy it. The big record switch is so easy to use with gloves. Day time video quality was awesome. I used it at work on a night flight, and I was surprised at the night time video quality.""Stay far away and spend your money elsewhere, as this camera is based around the whole 360 gimmick that other cameras can knock out of the part at a better price. The 4k UHD video recording with this camera is good, but nowhere near the best in its class. Take my advice and skip this one folks."
- "This is great! A fisheye lens is definitely a step down from 360-degree functionality in a device camera. Capturing images of an entire crowd should be entirely more possible and the modes I think have helped with image quality. I haven't yet explored the hyperframe direction mode, but I have put this camera to work."
- "The image quality isn't especially good, particularly at this price range. Uploading videos requires some complicated post-production. The battery life is very, very low. The software is glitchy. 360 degree cameras have a way to go, and this might be okay for the present, but in a few years this will be entirely useless. "
- "I am tentatively positive vis a vis this camera. I haven't actually taken it camping. But, it appears rugged. It's easy to use, which is saying something for a total non -geek like me. The video I shot so far looks good for amateur video. But the battery life is so poor. I've bought burner phones with better life in their batteries. So heads up. This equipment appears to work adequately. But you will need to have a way to charge it often.""The best wearable camera for snorkeling is the Garmin Virb 360. It is a rugged, waterproof 360-degree Camera with 5.7K/30fps Resolution and 4K Spherical. The first of its kind, capturing a complete sphere of high resolution video and audio – even photos. It eliminates the lengthy editing process with unrivaled 1-click video stabilization up to 4K resolution at 30 fps and allows you to instantly livestream4 any adventure."