- Garmin VIRB XE action camera
- 16GB MicroSD card
- USB 2.0 card reader
- Lens-cleaning kit (3-piece)
- Floating wrist strap
- Carrying case
- Flexible mini tripod
- Beach Camera microfiber cleaning cloth
Garmin VIRB XE 1440p Waterproof Action Camera Bundle (8-Piece)
Built with Garmin’s GPS technology, this action camera doesn’t just capture sharp 1440p HD video of your most epic moments—it also pairs it with precise speed and distance data, providing the impressive stats behind every skydive, mountain bike run, or skateboard stunt.
Share Photos and Video Wirelessly
Post shots to Instagram or text video clips to friends quickly thanks to wireless connectivity. Rather than needing a USB cord, the camera can wirelessly transfer files to most smartphones and tablets for easy sharing and editing.
Shots Look Steady, Even When You’re Not
Most subjects don’t stay still, and the bouncing and shaking from keeping up with them can cause fuzzy, out-of-focus shots. Thanks to integrated image stabilization, however, the images you capture will look smooth and sharp. The camera’s optics remain stable to ensure pictures and video are filled with crisp lines and accurate color, rather than blurry details.
Ready for Adventure
Built to withstand hard environments, the VIRB XE boasts a tough shell that shrugs off drops, impacts, and even water. The camera can be submerged in water up to 50ft deep and features a hydrophobic lens that helps keep underwater shots clear.
- Image sensor: 12.4MP 1/2.3” CMOS
- Video resolution: 1440p at 30fps, 1080p at 60fps, 720p at 120fps, 480p at 240fps
- Monitor: 1” display
- WiFi: 802.11b/g/n
- Bluetooth: 2.1
- Memory-card slot: microSD
- Gyro-enhanced image stabilization
- Built-in microphone
- GPS and accelerometer
- Battery: rechargeable 980mAh
- Battery life: up to 2 hours recording 1080p footage at 30fps
- Weight: 5.35oz
- Product dimensions: 3”x1.6”x1.4”
- Condition: new
“Ideas can come from anybody,” notes Min Kao. While sitting around a shabby card table with fellow engineer Gary Burrell, the two formed the navigation company Garmin—a fusion of their first names—in 1989. Its goal was to take highly technical GPS technology and transform it into a product for the everyday consumer. These days, Garmin continues to hone their state-of-the-art navigation technology for cars, planes, boats, and wealthy meteors.