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DBPOWER 2.7" Dash Cam, 120° Wide Angle 1080P Car On-dash Video Recorder G-sensor Vehicle Camera Camcorder with 4X Zoom Lens Motion Detection Support up to 32GB C10 Micro SD Card (Not Included)
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- 2.7 Inch TFT LCD Wide Screen, 120 Degree super wide angle presents the widest field of view possible for you in your car!
- Supported up to 32GB C10 Micro SD Card (Not Included), and you need to format it before using.
- Includes an HDMI HD output, looped Video Feature ensures you continue recording without ever missing a second!
- Emergency Lock Button SOS & Accident Auto Detection G-Sensor Feature can lock and store current video for you!
- 1 Year Warranty, 100% RISK FREE investment! If any questions, please contact us for solving your problem.
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- Size (LWH): 4.92 inches, 4.92 inches, 4.92 inches
- Weight: 14.88 ounces
DBPOWER 2.7" 1080P Dash Cam Car DVR Camcorder which give you trouble-free driving experience !
- Auto Record,once the vehicle powers on, can automatically turn on and record; Automatically shuts off when the vehicle is turned off.
- G-Sensor Emergency Lock Button & Accident Auto Detection Feature, can lock current video file and collect it into the "Event" folder for you in case of emergency!
- Loop Recording Seamless (1/3/5 mins) function enables DBPOWER Dash Cam to overwrite the oldest footage with the newest upon filling a card to capacity automatically. You will never have to change tape or memory cards again.
- DBPOWER values it's customers more than any other company around! Let us serve you!
Quick & Easy Setup
* Simply stamp the correct Date, Time and License ID and begin recording!
* Quick Snapshot Feature allows you to take amazing full HD pictures with the Camera button!
* Simply plug your DBPOWER Dash Cam into any TV via HDMI cable and view your video footage or pictures on a big screen!
* Battery is mainly used to save files in emergency. Please always connect DBPOWER car camera directly to your car charger while it is in use.
* Memory Card: Support up to 32GB High Speed Class 10 Micro Sd/TF Card (not included).
* We recommend formatting the SD card before use to ensure it runs smoothly.
What You Get:
Black box Dash Camera
What You Need:
32GB Class 10 Micro SD card(Not included).
2.7 inch LCD screen, Wide Angle Lens of 120°
2.Wider Viewing Angle of 120°, it will be hard to miss anything in front of the multi-layer lens, also allows it to capture more when driving.
HDMI 1.3 Output
Seamless loop recording, don't leak seconds, you will not worry about the SD card will fill up;
G-Sensor Function can automatically lock current emergency video file;
The gravity sensor detects any sudden jolt or vibration such as a collision and will auto lock that clip so its not overwritten. This is an adjustable setting and can be turned off if desired.
Parking Security Model
It still functions even when your vehicle is off. If a vibration or impact is felt, the DVR will turn on automatically, use the power from the built-in battery, and lock record 20 seconds, then power back down.
Top Customer Reviews
It's amazing how small and good quality this device is for the little price. It has very good image quality. The overall playback of the 1080FHD mode was a bit over saturated in color, but hey, for the price, this baby's a beauty! We are using a 32GB card in ours and in full record 1080FHD mode, we can get over 2.5 hours of recording before the SD card gets full.
Lacks in customer service. Look elsewhere.
Since I just got our SD card in and just played with it coming to work this morning, I will add more details to this review once we become more familiar with it. Overall the unit seems solid and if it lasts for a while, I will be happy with the purchase.
The reason for giving it 4 stars instead of 5 is the fact that the owner's manual is virtually non-existent. There is nothing about how to set up the more advanced features in the menu, except the very basic set up such as date, time and recordings. I think it would help the seller a great deal in marketing this item if they would include full instructions on this dashcam AND check the manual for typos. It just takes away from the trust factor and professionalism of the product in general.
The camera system has no emergency record system that I'm aware of. It records when you plug it in, and you can tell it to record constantly in loops, or start recording "now", but there is no emergency button to say "remember the last few minutes".
The mount is truly terrible. The cam mounts into the narrowest of clips and will constantly jiggle from front to rear while driving. I had to wrap the power cord around the mount (between the ball and the cam body) to finally make this nausea inducing jiggle stop.
Card full. Yes, I format my cards via the cams menu system on inserting. Still fills up and can't seem to figure out that decades old trick that tape-based recording equipment had nailed down when the Soviet Union was still a going concern... the ability to simply re-record over the oldest files automatically.
The G-sensor is unreliable. I either got a card full of recordings every 3 minutes or so, or nothing at all.
The setup guide is very short, vague and barely intelligible.
On the positive side:
I ran a 32GB C10 card and as advertised, it ran in this unit just fine.
Video quality seems just fine. At this price point you can't expect too much, but I was pretty happy with the 1080p footage.
The audio is extremely poor but in my view that is a net positive. I want it to record the sound of impact, not the colorful words I spoke as some fellow pulled out in front of me.
If you drive a lot of miles and actually need a dashcam to protect your job and driving record, buy something else. This unit would probably be ok for a short daily commuter. Just set it to always record and pay attention to watch for the "card full" message.
Room for improvement:
This unit would be useful with the following improvements IMHO:
First, it needs an emergency button that would save the last 15-30 seconds before the press, and some seconds after. A button that was big and reliable. Even a simple switch on a short cable would be useful.
Second, a new mount. This one doesn't seem to work all that well. Even including some sort of wrap around grommet or fat rubber band to keep it steady with the current mount would work, but a properly designed mount would be better.
Third, a G-Sensor that works reliably.
Forth, a user needs the ability to adjust clip length to shorter segments. I don't need minutes of footage, just the last 30 or so seconds before an incident.
Finally, the unit needs to be able to automatically re-record over the oldest files. Yeah. Seriously.
I'm definitely returning the unit, if possible.
I'm pretty tech savvy and the menu options are pretty self explanatory.
If you turn on "Loop Recording" for 3/5/10 minutes, it should record a continuous loop. The unit I purchased doesn't do this while "Motion Record" is activated.
If you turn on "Motion Recording" it should activate and continuously record while there is motion. My unit records for 7-13 seconds and then stops recording even with the same amount of motion that activated the recording (waving my hand in front of camera during the day). Immediately after the recording stops, it starts back up again for another 7-13 seconds, sometimes recording for only 2-3 seconds. The fact that it activates a recording and then stops immediately tells me the motion sensing isn't sensitive enough, even during the day.
I thought maybe the 32GB microSD was too much or too new for the obviously defunk camera so I switched to a 2GB chip. My available recording minutes went from 40 minutes to 10 minutes without changing the quality. With the 2GB chip, Motion ON, Loop ON at 5 minutes, the motion recording starts and stops the same as previous. I turned OFF motion recording and the unit now records normally for 5 minutes and then stops and records for another 5 minutes. But then the card gets full. Super frustrating.
So, with Loop Recording ON or OFF, the card fills up. With Loop ON and Motion ON I have 900 something 7-13 second recordings...and then the card fills up.
I purchased TWO of these cameras at the same time and both of them have the same issues and I've tried 8 different chips, formatted them using the unit as well as my computer. I've done enough troubleshooting to determine the cameras I received are junk. Spend the extra money on a name brand version. I had previously purchased the "RoadCams" one from the YouTube videos and those were $39.99...same menu options and apparent software, also junk.
These are all likely the same cameras just rebranded. Hopefully this review saves people from the trouble.
Oh...the instructions were your typical Chinese translated to English "missing several important notes" type of instruction booklet.
*Update* 1/9/2017* I've upped my review to 3 stars, here's why:
Immediately after leaving this review, the seller contacted me to remedy the issue, even though I was out of the 30 day Amazon warranty. Excellent customer service and communication!
I explained my issues via email and they sent me one replacement to try out to see if the issues were fixed.
Upon receiving the new one I found that the programming is the same. I am unable to use "Loop" and "Motion" at the same time without getting multiple short videos, usually no longer than 45 seconds and the shortest being 2 seconds. Most importantly, with "Motion" turned on, I rarely get any activation at night, usually only after a car drives by the opposite direction, which, if I got in a crash with them, it'd merely get the point AFTER the impact.
So, "motion" for me is useless. The seller suggested motion sensing is more for when you park your vehicle rather than driving, just in case someone hits your car while your not there. I like the concept, but it's just not sensitive enough.
I've tried several different sized chips with "Loop". 2GB gave me around 3 minutes (used 1 minute loop), 6GB gave me over 10 minutes (used 5 minutes loop) and now I put in a 32GB chip and it gives me 2 hours and change. With all of these different chips, even with Loop activated, I've come back to a "full card" error fluke. It doesn't always happen, but every once in awhile it did, especially with the 5 minute loop on a 10 minute chip.
Anyways, the point is, for me my ideal camera would be able to be left on 24/7, detect any type of motion, and continously record for 3/5/10 minutes AFTER that motion was detected. As I learned from having security cameras, what is captured a minute before the motion trigger is just as important as what happens after.
So, in conclusion, I'll be using these cameras but they are just on a continuous 10 minute loop to make sure nothing is missed and I have peace of mind knowing they are recording, even when parked. And no...my car battery has not died. :)
Side note: The second camera I ordered ended up having a bad battery and won't save the date/time.