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Dash Camera with 1080P HD Camera and Built in DVR

Availability: In stock

Special Price $43.31

Regular Price: $50.95

The super high definition 1080P Dash Camera with built in DVR and 2.31 inch LCD screen is super easy to operate one touch recording with crisp clear recording quality.

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Detailed Description

It doesn’t help when you have a camera that records with a grainy and blurry image. The HD Dash Camera has a high performance HD chip so the video and picture quality are very clear. The camera has 170° viewing angle and can be operated by the internal battery which will last about 2 days on parking mode. Parking mode is a feature that looks after your car while you are away. When you are away from your car and your car is hit or moved the camera will start to automatically record for 30 seconds. It takes about 3 hours to fully charge.

You can plug the unit into the cigarette lighter to charge the battery and use while the car is running. When the camera is plugged into the cigarette lighter in the car and the engine starts the camera will automatically turn on and start recording. It has a built in microphone and records audio. The camera comes with a suction cup mount for the windshield. The HD dash camera DVR has the ability to record over old footage or stop recording when SD card is full.

The DVR comes with a 32GB SD card which will record over 6 hours video footage in H.264 format. It comes with a USB cable so you can easily download the footage to your computer for viewing and storing video footage. It also has a mini HDMI out port for viewing on an HDMI TV. The 2.31 inch LCD screen allows you to make menu adjustments, playback, and see what the camera is seeing. 

Features and Specs

• Front camera: HD1080P 30fps  

• HDMI output

• Built in Lithium rechargeable battery

• 3.0 Mega pixels, HD high quality resolution

The Dash Cam Defined A dash cam is a device with a simple purpose: Capturing a record of everything you encounter while driving. Virtually all dash cameras used today are designed and manufactured expressly for use in vehicles. A useful way to think of the dash cam is as a surveillance camera designed for cars and trucks. Read on to learn more about dash cams and some of the key features to look at when you shop for one. A dash cam has most of the same basic parts as a modern digital camera. These include a processor, camera lens, image sensor, and any number of additional components. Picking a camera with a good processor is a vital part of being a smart dash cam buyer. As with the processors in your computer and cellphone, the processors in dash cams range widely in cost and capabilities. There is a similarly wide range of image sensors used in dash cams. One feature that sets the dash cam apart from other consumer video devices is the fact that it records in a loop. (This is a feature shared with many commercial surveillance camera setups.) Loop recording emphasizes continuous video capture regardless of how much memory is available. Dash cameras record continuously whenever they are active. When the camera's memory is full, it simply begins overwriting the earliest footage stored on it. The benefit is a maintenance-free user experience; in normal operating circumstances, a driver will never have a need to clean out the camera's memory. Videos captured via loop recording are stored in segments. These are commonly 1, 3, or 5 minutes long. Portioning the recorded video into segments is a strong security feature. If the video recorded by a dash cam is corrupted, the damage will be limited to a single segment. Dash cameras are also equipped with a g-sensor. This is effectively an accelerometer that records changes in velocity. Most good dash cams are programmed to safeguard any footage captured while the g-sensor is measuring exceptional movement. This flags key footage at important moments, such as an accident, and ensures that that footage does not get overwritten. Dash cameras can also have a wealth of optional features. While some deliver impressive added benefits, not every function is useful for every driver. You can easily find dash cams equipped with Wifi, GPS, LDWS (Lane Departure Warning System), FCWS (Forward Collision Warning System), and much more. Evaluate extra features carefully to ensure that you do not pay extra for functions you're never going to need. Another universal feature of dash cams is that they are integrated into your vehicle's power supply. They get the electricity they need to operate either through a cigarette outlet or by being wired directly into the fuse box. When separated from vehicle power, dash cams will typically only operate for a time span measured in minutes. They are simply not designed for use outside of a vehicle. Dash cam activation is governed by your vehicle's ignition. Whenever it is on, the camera will be recording. Because dash cams are proving to be extremely popular with all sorts of different drivers, you have a wealth of options to choose from when you decide to buy one. Do your homework and make an informed decision that meets your needs!

• 170° ultra-wide angle lens

• Motion detection function

• 30 frames per second for smooth video flow 

• Loop recording or will stop when storage is full 

• Display screen: 2.31” LCD

• Video format: AVI


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