|Item Weight||1.12 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.8 x 1.3 x 4.3 inches|
|Item model number||G1W-Original|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
Black Box G1W Original Dashboard Dash Cam - Full HD 1080P H.264 2.7" LCD Car DVR Camera Video Recorder with G-Sensor Night Vision Motion Detection WDR 140° Wide Angle 4X Zoom - NT96650 + AR0330
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- Full 1080P HD Recording at a Smooth 30 FPS and 720P at 60 FPS with LED Night Vision and Automatic Motion Detection
- The Original Black Box G1W: Using Exclusive Novatek NT96650 Chipset + Aptina AR0330 Lens - Provides Low Power Consumption, High Definition Video Compression and Smooth Image Processing
- Easy to Use and Setup: Auto-Start and On-Spot Play Back with a 2.7'' HD Wide Screen LCD - Featuring WDR 140 Degree Wide Angle 4x Zoom Lens and 5.0 Megapixel Camera
- G-Sensor Enabled Recording Occurs as Soon as Any Sudden Braking, Impact, Rapid Acceleration or Sharp Cornering Occurs
- Auto Start with Record & Auto Off - No Touch is Required - Start or Turn Off Car - Innovative Swivel Ball Suction Mount Allows You to Attach Device to Any Flat Surface
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The Black Box G1W is the best 1080p HD budget dash cam on the market using an exclusive combination of the Novatek NT96650 Chipset + Aptina AR0330 Lens. Easy setup; mount attaches to flat surface. Insert Micro SD card; plug camera into dashboard and drive. Automatic start when car does. Camera will record indefinitely via looping. 2.7’’ high res LCD screen can playback directly on camera. Data always available for viewing and protection.Features
Innovative swivel ball suction mount
Built in G-Sensor locks data to memory
Seamless continuous recording
Loop recording: automatically overwrites oldest footage w/ newestSpecifications
Chipset: Novatek NT96650 Chipset + Aptina AR0330 Lens
Sensor: 3M CMOS Sensor
Night Video: Enhanced LED Light featuring LED Night Vision
140 degree ultra wide angle lens w/ 4x digital zoom, Wide Dynamic (WDR) Technology
2.7'' high resolution and 16:9 TFT LCD screen
Video Resolution: 1920×1080P HD recording resolution at 30fps and 1280x720 at 60fps
Advanced H.264 video compression technology
Photo: 5.0 mega pixels in JPEG file format
HDMI cable support
Memory: 32G Micro SD card supported (not included)
Video Output: HDMI, AV-OUT, MPEG-4 MOV - AV (SVBS) composite / HDMI output (NTSC/PAL)
Audio: Built-in Microphone/Speaker (AAC)
Motion Detection: Yes
Shutter: Electronic shutter
Video Codec: H.264/MPEG4
Photo Res/Format: JPG w/ 5 Mega Pixels
Battery: 3.7V 250mAh (lasts 5-10 minutes without power source)
Ports: USB, HDMI, AV, and Micro SD card slotPackage Includes
Black Box G1W Dash Camera
In-car charging cable
Swivel Suction Mount Bracket
User ManualWhat’s Needed
Micro SD Card
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I did make one mistake that I want to share. After fooling around with the settings I thought the quickest way to get back to the original settings was to select the "Restore Factory Default" menu item. Um, don't do that. It will also restore the menus to Cyrillic (Russian) language. It took me about an hour to figure out which was the menu item to display English.
The video is excellent. I was able to catch a video of Bigfoot crossing the road while driving through a back roads in Ohio, but I accidentally deleted it. You can select between 720 or 1080. The 720 was very good plus will give you about 9 hours of video on a 32gb card. You can find some examples of the video quality on YouTube that people have posted. So far so good. If anything changes, I will update.
******Update 2/15 *****
Started getting memory errors soon after use, and also didn't notice the camera was stopping its recording. Thinking it was the brand new Sandisk class 10 memory card, I exchanged and got another. Still memory errors and corrupted files with the replacement. I email Baiklov about the issue, and they responded within 24 hours specifically stating to use a class 4 or 6 card . I started using a class 4 without and not have had any memory issues or corrupt files.
**** Updated 2/16 *****
I replied to Baiklov thanking them for their quick response to the memory errors my camera was having and it has been resolved. I even suggested that they update the product description for the camera to state the user buy class 4 or 6 microSD card and they did! They sent back a nice email thanking me for my input. Now that is a great customer service! I upgraded from 4 to 5 stars for their excellent customer service, and great product.
Size: it is small enough to be hidden in front your rear view mirror if mounted in front.
Video quality: 1080p quality is ridiculously good, but the trade off is that your viewing angle is reduced and the file sizes are huge.
I stick with 720p at 30fps for the 120 degree viewing angle. It is more than good enough to identify license plates - and make a few YouTube videos of errant drivers.
At night the quality is reduced, but I can still make out license plates of vehicles behind me with their uber bright HID lights.
Suction cup: I had to try it a few times well before it would finally stay attached. I was ready with mounting tape as a permafix.
Do Note: This can double duty as a normal photograph camera and even as a webcam for your PC.
If you are looking for a first dash cam, then get this. Make sure to buy 32Gb MicroSDHC card for it.That will give you 8 -9 hours recording time (720p) before overwriting old files.
Though the dashcam was no longer attached to the window it continued recording for about 2+ minutes after the accident and properly locked the files due to the g-shock sensor!(how cool is that?) The camera was probably one of the few things in the car that was completely unscathed.
My only issue which I didnt realize until now was that it actually didnt come with the 8gb card I thought was included, this could have been because I bought an Amazon Warehouse deal, and was a moot point since I ordered a larger 32gb card at the same time and put that in right away anyway. Seems like there is some debate about which cards work, so I have linked the card that worked for me. Im still recovering, so im going to go lay down... Be safe people!
Samsung 32GB Class 6 Micro SDHC up to 24MB/s with Adapter (MB-MS32DA/AM)