- Processor – Novatek 96660
- Screen – 3.0″ IPS Screen 16:9
- Resolution – 1920 x 1080P @60fps
- CMOS Sensor – SONY STARVIS 335
- Lens Angle – F1.8 170 degree
- G-Sensor – Supported
- Motion Detection – Supported
- GPS – Supported (optional)
- WiFi – Supported
- Loop Recording – Supported
- Format – H.264
- Built-in Power – Super Capacitor
- Storage – TF Card: 4G-128G (class 10 or above) NOT Included
Q1. How does the dash camera start?
A: There are 3 ways
1. It will start to record automatically when your car starts and there’s no need to do anything manually (Be sure the IF card is inside it and car charger is connected well).
2. Press the power button, if car is not in use.
3. Connect it to a charger plug or power bank (5V 1A with USB port), with the USB cable.
Q2. How does the SD card fit into the camera?
A: The SD card is placed into the side of the camera’s body. Gently push it in until the click sound is heard (you will feel a little spring inside the camera providing tension). Sometimes you may need a coin or another object to push it in far enough. Don’t worry it is designed this way so that the SD card doesn’t come out while you are driving down the road.
Q3. What type of driving is the dash camera best suited for?
A: All driving from short commutes, to business and vacation trips. The car DVR records it all. If your job requires you to drive then you should definitely own a portable dash cam DVR.
Q5. What does it mean when a dash camera is looping or loops?
A: Loop or looping is the important feature that allows the car DVR to continuously record video (hour after hour) to the same memory card. As the camera records in the “loop” or “cycle” setting, it is creating video files or segments in2, 5, or 10 minute lengths. These files are recorded and saved consecutively (one after another) to the memory card. When a camera fills up a memory card (with many files), it will delete the earliest video segment file and save the latest video file. The camera does this automatically, when the Loop feature is on.