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Generic HD 720P Dual Lens IR Night Vision Car DVR Camera Dash Cam Video Recorder Motion Detection

2.7 out of 5 stars 132 customer reviews
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  • Dual lens, double views £¬5.0 MP 1/4 CMOS sensor
  • 1280x720 high resolution video recording
  • 120 degrees wide view angle, 330 degrees rotating screen panel
  • Motion detection & IR Night Vision & Loop Recording
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Product Description

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Features:
With dual lens, can recorder whatever happens in the front or behind.
1/4 1.3 mega pixels (5MP by interpolation) CMOS sensor.
2.0" LTPS LCD screen.
1080P
120 degrees wide view angle and 330 degress swivel lens: will not miss any important scences you want to capture.
Auto overwrite function: will delete files automatically when your memory space is full.
Loop recording, recording time for each file can be set.
Recording video while recharging.
Motion detection and IR night vision function.
With 4 bright LED lights.
Continue recording for about 15 seconds after power off.
4x digital zoom in/out function.
Supports SDHC/SD/MMC card up to 32GB.
Through the USB interface, you can replay/edit the video or picture files on your computer.
High capacity rechargeable lithium battery.
Comes with a secure and easy-to-stick suction cup mount.

Specifications:
Recording resolution: 1280x720 @ 30fps; 680x480 @ 30fps
Video format: AVI
Picture resolution: 2592x1944 (5M); 2048x1536 (3M); 1280x1024 (1.3M)
Picture format: JPEG
Battery type: Rechargeable lithium
Input: DC 5V
Powered via: Car cigarette lighter socket or via USB cable
Interface: USB
Operation system supported: 98/2000/ME/XP/VISTA
Menu language: English, Russian, Chinese etc.
Product dimensions: 103x63x25mm
Product weight: Approx. 100g

Package List:
1 x Car DVR
1 x USB Cable
1 x Car Charger
1 x English User Manual

Product Information

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Technical Details

Part Number Dual Lens DVR
Item Weight 1 pounds
Product Dimensions 6.2 x 4.2 x 3.7 inches
Item model number Dual Lens DVR
Pattern 720P Without Card
Item Package Quantity 1
Batteries Included? No

Additional Information

ASIN B00BTVTA0U
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2.7 out of 5 stars 132 customer reviews

2.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #28 in Camera & Photo > Camera & Photo Accessories > Professional Video Accessories > VTR Decks
#14,468 in Electronics > Camera & Photo > Video
Shipping Weight 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available March 14, 2013

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I do not work for the seller, I am just a regular consumer from Baltimore, MD, USA. I was looking for an inexpensive dash cam, not so much to record accidents, but to keep an eye on things when I am not with my vehicle. I have the cam mounted in the front windshield behind the rear-view mirror (helps to conceal it a little bit). It is actually about the same size as an EZ-PASS (a toll transponder used in our region here), I have them mounted next to each other. I actually went into the EZ-PASS store and asked for 2 sets of 'locks' (these are the vel-cro type gizmos that hold the EZ-PASS to the windshield). The glue on these are much better than the sticky tape that comes with the camera. You need 2 sets of 'locks' because 1 set sticks to the camera mount and the other sticks to the windshield. Then you can easily remove the camera and stick it back on. This is much easier than trying to eject the MicroSD Card (I ordered a 32gig, not included with cam). I have the 'rear cam' mounted to the plastic framework above the rear view mirror. You will need to drill 2 small holes in the rear cam mount, 'egg-out' one of the holes so that you can adjust the angle of the cam to make it perfect. I used stainless steel (so they don't rust) #6 x3/4(smallest sheet metal screws possible). Again, the sticky tape will not hold in a damp hot summer like we have here in MD. You will need a 'hot' power outlet (cigarette lighter), that stays powered on after the vehicle is turned off, most newer vehicles have this already. You can get the parts (the actual outlet and some wire) at your local car parts shop (under $10) and anyone that has a basic knowledge of car electric systems can install for you.

And now for the cam settings:
I used all the default settings then set these.
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After having (briefly) owned two failed units from different companies I'd gotten through eBay, I had my hopes on this one functioning as advertised reasonably low.
However, upon unpacking, it felt well-made, had a nice look, fit and finish to it. Already more impressive than the previous two. Installation was very easy, straight forward and there is plenty of cord to not only span but also tuck away within one of the longest production saloons ever built.
First use was done with an old 2GB card I had from a mobile phone, not the ideal size but it worked for the test run. The video is where I expected it to be after watching hours of Russian dashboard camera videos of all sorts of mischief with the bonus of covering front and rear of your vehicle.
The files are stored on the card as DCIMA and DCIMB for the front and rear respectively. I can't get the rear video to mirror on the camera itself (the image is vertically inverted) but having video editing software available, this isn't an issue for me.
Overall, I'm very pleased with the camera and the results it produces. Since my car appears to attract an unusually high number of moron motorists, it's nice to know that their incapabilities are recorded and can be used against them in the worst case, in the best case to make fun of them with my friends.
Quite likely that I'll order more for other vehicles too.
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I have this Car DVR and I love it. However, mine may be a newer model as it is MP4 format not AVI so it is compatible with any computer system (you never know what the cops [or Youtube] might need). The only problem I have had with it is the adhesive on the rear camera is not too good and it falls off. But that's a minor issue.
If you get this machine, DO NOT LOSE THE INSTRUCTIONS! You will use them over and over again as you may randomly decide to change features (it has a LOT).
The video quality out of both cameras is excellent from dawn to dusk. Night vision is mediocre but definitely usable. Its better than my iPhone video at night.
It comes with two mounts -- an articulating mount and one that just sticks to the windshield. I'm using the one that is flat on the windshield. My windshield has a severe angle so I can't really see the screen very well. With the articulating arm you can see the screen well but the screen is so small I'm not sure its of any consequence -- especially if you are using the PIP with the rear camera.
The DVR creates two folders on the SIM. One for the front camera and one for the rear. If there should be a "collision" it will add two more folders automatically that are not erased when the chip fills up. Video during the accident is put in those folders. It only plays for a few minutes on the built-in battery but if your car loses power from an accident it should be sufficient.
I would definitely recommend the MP4 version.
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Reviewed the product specs and it did not mention G-Sensor or microSD card. Emailed seller and they said no G-Sensor on product and no microSD support. However, picture on Amazon shows small memory slot which means microSD. Ordered/received product within 3 days.

Here is the rundown:
- Unit powered up in Chinese. There was no upfront welcome screen to select the language.
- Spent 20 min flipping thru Chinese menus looking for "language". With trial/error, finally set it to English

- Dashcam has G-Sensor and only supports microSD card - Amazon, please fix website and seller needs to know specs.
- G-Sensor works OK. Test it by shaking the dashcam while recording. You'll see a lock symbol on screen, and the video file in the "LOCKED" directory on memory card

- Saved video files are .MOV. Product description says .AVI.
- Color was horrible on video playback/ Pink shows up as dark blue. Changed "Color" setting in menu to NULL. This fixed color issue. Also, traffic light color now shows correctly

- VGA mode works very clear. 720 Mode appears to be OK, but I am happy with VGA.
- Video file size is 15MB/min for VGA, and 53MB/min for 720 mode
- Unit powers up automatically upon ignition start and stops on ignition off. Menu setting allows further recording after poweroff
- Very compact unit that nicely sits behind the rear view mirror. Easy to slide on/off the suction cup mount.

- Secondary camera kinda works. When enabled, it creates a PIP on the main LCD screen. If your PIP is upside down, just rotate the secondary camera 180 degrees. However, this causes a problem in that when you view playback, video is inverted. Left/right is flipped flopped. - bad design.
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