November 2017 Issue

Garmin VIRB 360: VR for Aviation

The 360 is easy to use and produces in-camera stitched footage. But at $800, itís a niche product that doesnít beat the VIRB Ultra 30.

If point-of-view or action cams are as common as iPads in the modern cockpit, buyers may be getting a little bored with the ordinary flat footage they produce. Enter the 360 camera, a gadget that literally has eyes in the back of its head. The 360 market hasnít exactly exploded, but there are a half dozen to pick from, with more on the way.

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