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Garmin VIRB Remote Control

Garmin VIRB Remote Control
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VIRB™ Remote Control

Control your VIRB™ or VIRB™ Elite HD action camera from up to 10m away using ANT+ wireless connectivity* with this rugged, compact and lightweight remote control. Select one of the 3 buttons conveniently located on the circular top face to start recording, capture still image or stop recording.

Easily replaced CR2032 battery lasts up to one year, and features an automatic sleep mode to save battery life. Green LED light indicates when the remote has recognized your VIRB device**. Red LED light indicates VIRB is recording.

Mount, wrist strap (plus extra extender strap) and neck lanyard are included. Optional carabiner lanyard attaches remote to your belt, backpack or jacket.

*Water-rated to 5 ATM; ANT+ wireless connectivity does not work underwater.
**After intial recognition, remote will remember VIRB unit


Compatible Devices:
  • Aviator ACtion Pack (D2™ and VIRB™ Elite Aviation Bundle
  • VIRB™ Elite
  • VIRB™ Elite Aviation Bundle
  • VIRB™
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