Whether you're someone who drives short distances for your daily commute or you're planning an epic cross-country road trip, installing a dash cam in your car can save you a lot of grief and change your driving perspective.
Even when you think you had a full view of the road, there are still times when we miss what really happened in an accident. A dash cam could be the answer in settling insurance disputes and claims and may help you to improve the way you drive.
Why do you need a DVR Front & Rear Dashcam?
The purpose of the dash cam is to carefully record every detail that takes place both on the road and inside the car, and it can be used for a variety of purposes.
You have first-hand evidence of a car incident
Great for capturing reckless and irresponsible drivers or pedestrians
Record any rude or aggressive passengers (Just be sure to disclose to your passengers that you have an inside camera. Don’t fret this feature can be switched off)
Efficiently avert parking accidents
Document your entire road trip
While the upfront cost of it may seem expensive, dash cams have proven to help drivers SAVE money in the long run by getting them out of hit-and-runs, vehicle accidents, insurance fraud and more. Having that peace-of-mind knowing that your vehicle is protected by this silent witness is priceless.
Why buy our DVR Front & Rear Dashcam?
Drive worry-free with this all-in-one car DVR (Digital Video Recorder) that has 3 lenses. The front camera has a 1080p HD image quality while the inside and rear cameras have a 480p image quality.
This camera doesn’t only capture high-quality recordings during the day; thanks to the night vision fill light function you’ll be able to capture clear videos in the dark.
Adjust the active cameras with ease. Two cameras can be displayed live at the same time, choose what suits your driving needs best whether you want to see the front and rear, the front and inside, the rear and inside, etc.
The dash cam automatically switches to rear view mode when you’re backing up. This device includes a backup guide or grid to gauge distance and ensures parking safety.
No need to worry about your 32 gb memory card getting full as loop recording guarantees that when the memory card is filled, the oldest video will be overwritten. However, videos under special conditions will not be overwritten, such as those tagged by the G-sensor.
When your car is subject to an impact or emergency, the G-sensor(collision detector) is triggered and the cameras immediately records, saves and locks the video so you won’t lose any of the valuable files.
Just because your vehicle is off the road doesn’t mean it’s safe. Have no fear, the DVR has a motion detection function. When the DVR detects moving objects it will automatically start recording and you can catch any vandals or thieves.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
Question: What is HDR function? Answer:High-dynamic-range video (HDR video) describes video having a dynamic range greater than that of standard-dynamic-range video (SDR video). HDR capture and displays are capable of brighter whites and deeper blacks, providing high-quality video even in low-light conditions.
Question: What Does G-sensor do? Answer:With built-in G-Sensor, this dashboard camera can automatically detect a sudden shake/collision and lock the footage to prevent the video from being overwritten even in loop recording. Accident scene can be truly restored.
Question: What is 6 glass on the camera lens? Answer: 6 glass feature of the lens provides crisp images and restores the real images reducing glare and does not blur in high-temperature or when under the hot sun.
These cameras are widely used all around the world by regular drivers, driving instructors, rideshare drivers and so on. Why? Because it’s is a great investment, especially since it is very cost-effective and has a very straightforward design that can protect you and your car.
This DVR camera can be installed on the dashboard or the windshield of your car within seconds. And just like that, your car is much more safe and secure.