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Garmin Virb XE Camcorder

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Capture all your action footage in high-definition 1440p at 30 fps with the VIRB XE from Garmin... Read more

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  1. $487.00
    + Shipping
    Johnny Appleseed GPS
  2. $488.00
    + Shipping: $19.00
    Digital Camera Warehouse
  3. $529.00
    + Shipping
    Sports Watches Australia

Product Description

Capture all your action footage in high-definition 1440p at 30 fps with the VIRB XE from Garmin. The VIRB XE shoots at a range of resolutions and frame rates from 480p240 to 1440p30. It can capture wide-angle 12 MP photos at up to 30 fps; additionally, it can also snap stills while recording video or be configured for interval shooting. To help keep your shots steady, the VIRB XE uses integrated motion sensors and electronic image stabilization to reduce camera shake and blur when you are traversing tough terrain.To go beyond mere video capture, the VIRB XE features G-Metric technology, which enables you to capture not only the moment but also your performance data, environmental readings, and more.


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Recording SpeedNo info
Night ShotYes
Memory TypeMicroSD
Audio FormatNo info
Output InterfacesUSB

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  • The Garmin Virb XE Camcorder was added to the Camcorders category in January 2017.
  • The lowest price Getprice has found for the Garmin Virb XE Camcorder in Australia is $487.00 from Johnny Appleseed GPS.
  • Other merchants who stock it are Digital Camera Warehouse and Sports Watches Australia.
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