VIRB – Not The Average Action Cam
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What makes this camera awesome is the G-Metrix data it captures. Speed, altitude, hang time, heart rate, GPS, pitch, yaw, roll, wind speed, depth…basically when we connect it to our chart plotter or smart watch, we can capture craploads of cool data to prove we did “it”.
- ULTRA HD VIDEO – Crystal clear 4K/30fps footage, 1080p/120fps, or slow motion capability at 720p/240fps
- G-METRIX – Built-in GPS and external sensors with connectivity to Garmin devices to capture performance data like speed, elevation, heart rate and G-force
- LCD COLOR TOUCHSCREEN – 1.75-inch display is easy to operate; fully functional in and out of waterproof case
- VOICE CONTROL – Shoot hands-free by using voice commands to start/stop recording, take a photo or tag footage
- 3-AXIS IMAGE STABILIZ3-AXIS IMAGE STABILIZATION – Captures steady footage up to 1080p/60fps
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Zack Lynn –
Would it be better to just capture all the sensor data to a logger, and then use plugin effects to overlay the data onto any arbitrary video clip, rather than having to only have it on the one dedicated camera? Do the Garmin sensors send the data over NMEA, so one could just tap into that to log the data? I’m asking because I have a friend who works on video software and likes projects like this…
Ray Miller –
I’ve got one of these and while the video is great (especially having the gmetrix overlays), I’ve now had 3 separate cases fail on me. The little magnet underneath the switch on the right hand side rusts, which then locks the switch in place.
Have you guys had that problem at all?