- PSA Garmin Virb Elite £127.99
Ignore that. Found it.
Garmin Virb HD Action Camera – Black (16MP) 1.4 inch LCD https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00EQ2T3KQ/ref=cm_sw_r_awd_YttNub0KWMEJXPosted 4 years ago
I have a Virb and Virb Elite, I’m pretty pleased with them, my son’s just been given a GoPro by his girlfriend so we’ll see.Posted 4 years ago
The free Virb Edit software is still a bit of a work in progress but it’s getting there and there’s not a lot of choice when it comes to adding gauges with GPS data to your video.
For under £130 I’m tempted to go for another. 😳iamtheresurrectionSubscriber
I’ve had a play with mine today, very impressed.
I went out and recorded a 45 minute ride, 1080p, wifi on and GPS on. It’s used about 30% of the battery. A brand new GoPro Hero 4 on 720p 60 fps, wifi on has pretty much ran out of battery on the same ride…
Video quality seems perfectly adequate for what I want it for. Software update went through first time and control via wifi/iOS worked first time and without crash too (can’t say the same about GoPro).
For £200 I’d say it’s a bargain, at £127 it’s nuts. Assume a new one is on the way, but it won’t be this price. Happy 🙂Posted 4 years agodownshepSubscriber
Got one for Crimbo and (after updating the software) use it as a dashcam. Quite well designed and images stable with adhesive windscreen mount. Will also use on road bike (barmount). Feels a bit heavy for helmet use so may have to cobble together a shoulder strap mount on camelbak.
PS Top Tip, don’t google ‘strap on harness’ 😯Posted 4 years agogribbleMember
Hmmn, just ordered a Sony one for £230 (reduced already). I had £70 of John Lewis vouchers though and the Sony model is well written up.
At < £130, Garmin is an absolute bargain. The GPS I have from Garmin costs almost as much and has no real navigational role, just use it for Strava to see where I have been.Posted 4 years ago
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