HD portable Dashcam

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Easy-to-install dashboard camera in this price range is definitely the best choice!

This camera is very popular due to its ease of use and price / quality ratio. The camera is easy to mount using the supplied suction cup. This way you can record everything that happens in front of or behind you while driving.

You can view the menus and play the recordings on the fold-out screen. Charging is easy via your cigarette lighter (cord and plug included).

With a 4 Gb card you can record for approximately 1 hour, after which the previously recorded material will be overwritten. Rechargeable battery included.

Countless possibilities including motion detection (As soon as the camera detects a movement, the recording starts automatically). Built-in speaker and microphone. The recorded images can be used inter alia as a burden of proof in the event of accidents.

Specifications

  • Dashboard Camera HD portable DVR with 2.5 inch TFT LCD screen
  • Suitable for driving in the dark
  • Video resolution: 1280 x 720, 848 x 480, 640 x 480 pixels
  • Photo resolution: 1280 x 960
  • Video recording format: H.264 (MPEG 4)
  • Built-in microphone
  • Mode: Video Recorder / Camera
  • Photo recording format: JPEG
  • Image sensor: 1/4 color CMOS HD Sensor
  • Adapter suitable for both 12 and 24 volt Power input: DC5V Uses SD / MMC Cards: up to 32GB.

Angle of view of image: 120 degrees

Connector: USB 2.0 (file transfer / charging)

Support Real Time & Date display on video High speed recording Continuous repeat recording Battery: rechargeable Lithium-ion battery 800mAh Autonomous battery: up to 2 hours Display Language: English, Chinese, Portuguese, Japanese, Russian, French, Spanish, German Dimensions: 107 (L ) x 65 (W) x 25 (H) mm Certificate: CE, Fcc Accessories: Mounting bracket, car charger, USB cable, manual (English)

Most recent version with improved sound quality.

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