Garmin VIRB Elite review

Garmin VIRB Elite

Best price: £197.99

Garmin’s VIRB Elite doesn’t have a screen, so all live progress will have to be tracked through its matching app. Plus, because it’s quite bulky, we found it more difficult to fit into tight spaces in the car, and its heavy weight caused it to fall off its mount once. However, the camera’s superb video quality made up for this. It shoots 1080p at 30FPS, like the others, although the ability to customise filming settings meant it provided superior picture quality.

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