Price and specifications
GARMIN VIRB Ultra 30 action camera

Video Resolution 4K
Video Frame Rate 60 fps
Wide Angle 120 °
Wi-Fi Yes
Display screen Yes
Waterproof Yes

Action cameras GARMIN VIRB Ultra 30

Release DateAugust 2016
Availability On sale
Model VIRB Ultra 30

Garmin VIRB Ultra 30 by BikeRadar Youtube review

Description: In terms of action cams, most people will choose GoPro. It’s the industries standard, they say. However, you can also consider this Garmin VIRB Ultra 30 for it has similar build quality to the GoPro, but much more features. The color quality that this action cam has is amazing. No over exposure, everything is balance and looks very nice. The OIS is also impressive although it will eat up your battery fast. You can also command the cam to start recording with your voice. It’s just sad that this action cam has a hefty price tag especially in the U.S.


  • Can film 4K @30FPS
  • Supports SmartWatch & Smartphone connect
  • In-built touch screen
  • Colors quality is more vibrant, balanced, and sharper compared to the GoPro
  • Has OIS (Optical Image Stabilization)
  • 3 video modes: slow-mo, time-lapse, expansive
  • Touch screen still function well even after the camera is put inside the protective case
  • Recognize voice command


  • Using stabilization will drain the battery faster
  • Expensive price ($400-$500)



Video Resolution 4K
Video Frame Rate 60 fps


Telemetry Yes
HDMI Output Yes
Wi-Fi Yes
Micro USB Yes


Wide Angle 120 ° (degrees)


Functions GPS, Night Vision


Memory card support MicroSD, SD
Max Capacity 128 Gb


Display screen Yes
Screen type LCD


Battery capacity 1250 mAh


Waterproof Yes
Color Black
Length 41 mm
Width 59 mm
Height 29.6 mm
Weight 135 g (grams)

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