|Item Weight||1.85 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||13.4 x 4.7 x 2.8 inches|
HZZ TM 2.7-inch HD Car LED Security Vehicle DVR Road Dash Video Camera Recorder Accident Camcorder
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- Unique rear view mirror design + adjustable camera lens + wide viewing angle, easy installation, blend in perfectly with car interior, no windshield mounting required Loop recording + built-in 2.7" TFT LCD + Instant playback + Audio recording
- 2.7 inch TFT LCD :Recording resolution:1920x1080 / 1440x1080 / 1280x720 pixels
- When the car starts,the mirror car camera will automatically start recording.
- This kind of rearview mirror recorder not only is a car video recorder,but also arearview.It's nice nice and stable quality.
- Accessory: main machine, AV cable, stand, car charger, USB charger, user's manual
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car video recorder
Wide angle reaview mirror
Visible area: 300mm
Storage temperature :-30°C~+80°C
Power Supply: Rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery / USB Car Charger
Language: English (default) / Russian / Japanese / Simplified Chinese /Traditional Chinese / French / Spanish / Italian / Portuguese / Turkish / Greek / German
compression format: of H.264
Support TF card:maximum support to 32G(not included)
Storage format: Memory / TF card (choose one format)
frame rate: 15FPS/30FPS (default setting)
Frequency: 50Hz(default)/ 60Hz adjustable
Recording time: 2 min (default) /5 min/ 15 min, stop recording when memory card full auto time/ date update: chooseable on(default)/ off, take video without time and date if choose"off"
Support motion detection
Support sound recording
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2/25/13 Update: Screen update, bumped stars from 3 to 4.
Amazon shipped me an extremely beat up box. No stars removed for this since it is for the product but the corners were smashed in pretty hard.
The "retail" box it ships in is very nicely sleeved with all the random Engrish on the outside and a very sturdy, thick (albeit smashed) inner white box that folds out.
The unit was wrapped with some foam and a plastic sheet over the glass.
Protip: Don't remove that plastic sheet until after testing the unit, setting it up and hiding the cables or you'll be cleaning fingerprints everywhere.
Inside the box: the unit itself, a standard miniUSB to USB cable, miniUSB to car accessory power cable (roughly ~10ft long, I forgot to measure it), an AV "white and yellow" cable, and more Engrish papers.
The unit is big. Probably around twice the size of my stock 2010 Toyota Corolla rear-view mirror. It was a shock but the way these are designed to clip onto an existing rear-view mirror means it has to be larger so the camera can see the road. I actually like the larger mirror much more after having it mounted but it does create a small blind spot to the front of the car. Shouldn't be an issue for larger cars, trucks, or SUVs but anything smaller than a Corolla will take up a chunk of windshield visibility.
Having the LCD and camera on the left is awesome, this alone makes it better than the HDVR-150.
The camera position is slightly adjustable since it is on a swivel base and can be adjusted independent of the mirror.
Update 2/25/13: I have managed to turn off the LCD during driving. I believe it's the "motion detection" option but not sure, I was just fiddling with it, went driving and magically the LCD turns off a few minutes after booting, this bumps the product to 4 stars.
The video quality even at 1080HD was very... Questionable. I definitely wouldn't be able to read any license plates without being right behind them even at 1080HD. There's no reason to use the 720 or lower settings.
Worst flaw so far has to be the card slot for the microSD card. I nearly pushed my microSD card into the unit itself, since there's a hole there just big enough for the microSD to fall in if you don't pay attention to where you're putting the card. *Be very careful inserting a microSD card.*
"Rearview" is imprinted on the top of the mirror. Might be cool in Asia but that's just redundant and unnecessary.
More of an annoyance than anything but the car power adapter is at a 90 degree angle to the right when plugged in, not to the left. No big deal.
If I keep this unit, I'll probably rip the speaker out. It serves no purpose but to make annoying sounds while powering on and changing menu settings, only the latter can be disabled.
My 16GB Samsung class 2 microSD card did not work in the unit. It gives an error message. I'm going to chalk it up to the "class 2" part, I will do testing on higher capacity cards in the near future. I am looking for options to hide the cable and will post if I find a solution to that. The 8GB class 6 microSD card I am using works great even at the highest resolution setting.
Night drive clip
Literally my "video review" is just a 10 minute, unedited clip of just a Saturday night out. I tested the video at 10, 45, 70, and 5 miles per hour, respectively. The video is unprofessional but I could not think of a more real life situation where the camera would come to play. I did not test the daytime features yet since night driving is "the torture test". If I can see things at night, I can see those same things during the day. This video is linked in the comments section and tagged as NSFW for the audio content.
I deduct a star for the video quality. The picture is pretty good but unless I can see license plates from at least 30ft away at night, and I'd gladly pay double the price for this feature, I'm not giving full marks. I should drop a star for the annoying welcome *sound*, the microSD card slot problem, and all the other small problems I listed above but I won't. I believe at $99, the product does what it advertises at a great price and would recommend it to a friend. Please leave a comment if you have any questions or would like anything tested.
I *will* update on reliability if the unit ever stops working.
The set up instructions not helpful and confusing but you can figure out menus yourself. Does not like some memory cards. Even with some cards that work it hangs up. Often get "card error" first time you start car if it has been off a few hours. (But you have a hard time to see the warning because in daylight can't read screen so you can think it is recording when it is not.) Audio is terrible with crackling in background all the time. I just returned from a several day trip to Boston. Only a few folders seemed intact with video 99% of the trip was lost, likely due to card errors. Yet some short folders from beginning of trip were intact not overwritten? Folder naming makes it difficult to identify what day. Out of 6 days only one folder had data, several l folders empty? Was set to record at 10 min files but some much shorter.
Several files would not play (AVI) and would hang and audio would loop.
Frame rate low and recording jerky probably less that 15 frames sec (set 1440 x1080 ) Going to give it another chance at lower resolution. SD card used was San disk Ultra 30Mb/s 16Ghz should have been fast enough. class 10.
Has a mode where you can take still pictures but because you can't navigate to that mode as you cant read the display if sunny not very useful. It fits the mirror well and still have clearance for passenger sun visor, but not driver side sun visor will interfere on drivers side, better for bigger vehicles it you can get it to work.