Garmin’s much-anticipated Virb 360 action camera is backordered in a handful of places.
According to 360 Rumors blogger Mic Ty, Amazon orders in the US are set to ship July 7 while UK orders are still expected to ship tomorrow, B&H is out of stock until June 20, and Best Buy pickups have been delayed until June 19. The camera is also no longer available at REI.
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About the Virb 360
The Virb 360 will be able to shoot a max resolution of 5.7K, and 4K stabilized video with in-camera stitching, at 30 fps—along with 360 audio. It can also livestream directly to YouTube or Facebook Live from within its companion app.
Other cool features include the ability to control multiple Virb 360 cameras from one smartphone and exposure balance. The Virb 360 can set the exposure using the front lens only (the rear lens will use the same exposure as the front lens), the rear lens only, both lenses, or set exposure independently for each lens to maximize dynamic range (such as when one lens is in the shade and the other is facing a sunlit scene).
It has a one-hour battery life, is waterproof up to 10 meters and can overlay data (such as how fast, high or far a user went) onto videos.