TESTED: New Garmin VIRB 360 camera update – Bike Magazine Australia

Garmin just launched a new software update to their VIRB 360 camera. The update is designed to give users a lot more creative control when shooting and editing video.

A new HyperFrame director mode allows you to easily re-frame angles, and even zoom in and out of the shot. This means you can capture all angles of your ride with smooth pans and wider angles to create framed and stabilised video out of the spherical footage taken on the 360.

Garmin says this allows cyclists and other athletes to better “stay in the moment” without worrying too much about where the camera is pointed. After your ride, you can sort it out and create clean footage more easily once you get to Hyperframe director mode.

This new update also allows you to stitch together high resolution RAW video footage without the need for any third party software. Additional features include long photo exposures and new photo burst options.

The VIRB 360 is available for $1,099. To get all the new features onto your VIRB 360, you’ll just need to download the latest version of Garmin Edit, which can be found on their website.

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