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ITRONICS New ITB-100HD SP "Smart Plus" 30 FPS 1080p HD Car DVR "Black Box" Recorder with GPS

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  • 1CH DRIVING REORDER, 1920x1080p Full HD, 30Frame, 144degree Angle, 1LUX
  • H.264 (AVU Format), Built-in 30-axix impact sensor, Sirf Star GPS Built-in(Saves driving information)
  • reduced Boot time : approximately 15 seconds instead of 30 seconds
  • Angle View : 144" Diagonal, 108.7" Horizontal, 78.5" Vertical
  • Lens Illuminance : 1 Lux
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Technical Details
Item Weight5.6 ounces
Product Dimensions7.6 x 6.1 x 2.4 inches
Item model numberITB-100HD SP
  
Additional Information
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Best Sellers Rank #86,422 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableNovember 7, 2012
  
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  • Brand Name: Itronics
  • Model: ITB-100HD SP

Product Description

ITRONICS ITB-100HD SP Specification

Camera : Lens 1/2.7" Large CMOS, 2 magapixels 144 degree angle

ReCording :
- Compression Method : H.264
- Variable Resolution : FULL HD(1920x1080), HD(1280x720), D1(720x480)
- Variable Frame : 15, 24, 30fps
- 3-axis Acceleration Sensor : Built-in

Special Specifications
- AutoMatic Running Mode : Available
- Video out : Supported(NTSC)
- Voice recording : MIC Built-in
- AV OUT : supprts live video with portable AV Devices
- Rated Power : DC 12~24V
- RTC : Built-in
- Demension : 96.2(L) x 36.5(D) x 40.4(H) mm, 80g
- Act Temperature : -4F ~ 158F

Motion Detection in Parking Mode : Activates recording when movement is detected.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It works great, the quality of the video is outstanding.
V. Parkman
Recording quality: 1080p@24fps; 1080p@15fps; 720p@30fps; 720p@15fps; 480p@30fps; 480p@15fps.
J. Hutchison
Without a witness, insurance will ALWAYS screw you over.
Alex

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44 of 45 people found the following review helpful By J. Hutchison on December 8, 2012
Just an FYI, I didn't purchase this here, so I won't comment on sellers or prices.

Short review:
+ Full HD! - can read license plates and see details clearly in daylight
+ Built-in GPS is surprisingly accurate with both location and speed.
+ Built-in accelometer records any bumps or "shocks" the vehicle receives.
+ Good quality mounting sticker
+ Several configuration options
+ Updateable firmware - if you can find it
+ Automatically over-writes oldest files when card is full
+ Small and semi-inconspicuous
+ Automatically saves video when unplugged
+-Parking mode option if camera is powered
+-Default configuration options don't work well, but are changed easily.
+-Included 8GB card is only 4 hours of HD video. Easily upgradeable to 32GB card though.
- Not so great at night - this is where the 5th star went.
- Expect broken English, as this is a Korean product.
- Quick start guide only Korean - English manual is on the SD card.
- Software tends to crash/lock up fairly often
- I believe there is no manufacturer warranty for the US.
- No button to permanently keep a recording
- Built-in mic records quiet and muffled.

Details:

Only 1 button on camera: Microphone toggle on or off.
List of configurable options for the CAMERA from within the SOFTWARE:
* Only one physical button: Microphone on or off.
* Speed toggle in Kilometers/hour (KPH): on or off.
* Recording quality: 1080p@24fps; 1080p@15fps; 720p@30fps; 720p@15fps; 480p@30fps; 480p@15fps.
* Brightness: Standard & Bright. Literally just makes the recording brighter - doesn't seem to improve quality at all.
* Shock sensitivity when driving: Off; insensitive; normal; sensitive.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By P on March 9, 2013
This is a great camera, for what it is.
With accelerometers (to sense crashes, jolts or sudden acceleration/braking) and embedded GPS metadata, this is much more than just a souped-up GoPro camera.

The camera records audio and video continuously on the included full-size 8Gb SDHC card, but I would recommend buying a 32Gb card or two. It's a good idea to have a spare on hand in case you need to remove the card to view or preserve its contents.
Most cameras in this price range dont even record audio, the ITB100HD does.

Camera settings are done within the (Windows only) player application, which are then transferred via the SDHC card to the camera. The camera itself has one control: A single push button that toggles the internal microphone on and off, and to format the memory card. Worked fine with 64-bit Windows 7.

Settings include choices of frame-rate and resolution, whether or not the camera records continuously (or simply responds to motion or jolts), whether the camera overwrites older files, and in what order event-associated files are over-written.
You can also choose how sensitive the shock sensing and motion detection is -- to a point. I have found there are too few steps of resolution to choose from, and the camera is often sensitive even at its most insensitive settings. There are also presets for brightness, time zone, and the ability to export still frames or whole clips to your computer's hard drive.

When the camera experiences shock or jolt, it tags a clip as an 'event'. Likewise, if it records motion while in 'Parking mode' (when it senses you haven't moved for five minutes), it tags those just as distinctly. This is useful when sorting thru files to distinguish travel time from time parked.
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21 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Dawn on March 8, 2013
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Bought this from Lone Wolf Electronics (NOW SA Computer Systems) and the first thing was the box did not have any instructions in English as was stated would be in the box in the description. Ended up going online to get instructions and installed the product and then were not able to get the information to download on the computer (that manual would have been great) Decided to return the product right away. When we contacted the seller, they said they had a *** 50% *** restocking fee plus they deduct the shipping and handling from what was left of the refund. WHAT?? When questioning this policy, which I cannot find stated anywhere, the seller states it is an Amazon policy. again.. WHAT??? called Amazon and they said their return policy is a full refund within 30 days (which we were) and that some sellers have a different policy. Buyer beware, if you product doesn't work, you only get half your money back even if you're given instructions in Korean and the return policy isn't stated.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By ThatGuyWithTheStuff on April 3, 2013
The only concern I had when buying this product was that I saw that it was km/h only and would only show MPH in the viewing software.

I found a guy on a forum who was selling a converstion for $8.00 and thought that was crazy. Then I did a bit more searching and found a blog post that not only described in detail how to convert the code to work with MPH, but also shared a patched binary for FREE!
[...]has details on how to update the firmware of the camera to use MPH instead of km/h. It took me less than five minutes to convert mine and now I couldn't be happier.
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