Snowboarding with Garmin VIRB Ultra 30


Headed to the slopes this winter? Capture all your snowy adventures this season with Garmin VIRB Ultra 30. The VIRB Ultra 30 shoots up to 4K/30fps video action to show all your adventures in crisp, brilliant detail.

The VIRB is the perfect camera for snowboarding or skiing because of its simplistic and easy operation. VIRB was engineered with a 1-touch record switch on the top of the camera and a dedicated shutter button for still photos in the same place. The solid click of the switch makes it easy to know that you are recording, even if you’re wearing gloves in the snow. But you still need to operate your camera when it’s out of reach, mounted on your helmet or when your hands are simply busy doing other things. That’s why VIRB Ultra 30 action camera features voice control using Sensory TrulyHandsfree technology. Use simple commands such as “start recording” or “take a picture” to operate the camera hands-free.

Curious how high you were when you dropped in? Your active lifestyle is about more than just video and audio. Capture relevant performance data with G-Metrix technology, including speed, altitude, G-force and even heart rate5. Built-in Garmin GPS and other sensors automatically record data so you can easily overlay gauges and graphs onto your footage to prove how far, how high and how fast you went. VIRB Ultra 30 also features 3-axis image stabilization, so whether you’re snowboarding, skiing or hiking, the footage won’t come out shaky.

With the free VIRB® Mobile app, you’re just 1-touch away from sharing your high-definition footage with the masses by live streaming on YouTube®6. So the next time you’re owning the mountain, you don’t have to wait to share the experience.

We hope that the VIRB Ultra 30 will inspire you to get outside this holiday season and make some memories with Garmin. Don’t forget to share your adventures with us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by using hashtag #GarminVIRB.

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