|Model||LK 7900 ACE|
|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 3.5 x 5.5 inches|
|Item model number||LK 7900 ACE|
|Manufacturer Part Number||LK 7900 ACE|
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Lukas LK-7900 ACE 1080p Full HD Car Dashboard Camera and Video Recorder with GPS, 16 GB
|Price:||$205.49 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Full HD 1080p video with Sony CMOS image sensor
- Powerful Auto Exposure function enables vivid recordings in low-light environments
- 135-degree wide viewing angle
- Four recording modes: Driving Recording, Motion Detection Recording, Event Recording, and Manual (Emergency) Recording
- Inludes UV Filter to provide clear and natural images
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After almost getting rear ended twice in one day on the freeway, I bought another cam for the back window. Hope to never need it, but will be handy if bad things happen.
I've watched numerous Russian car dash cam video's. I swear some of those drivers are in Phoenix now.
Update - Jan 2014. Two Lukas LK-7900 cameras made it through the Phoenix Az summer without a problem. One 64 GB memory card got fried, but the two 32 GB cards that came with the cameras are still working fine. At times the cameras were too hot to touch. Amazing they not only survived but worked without a hitch. I have found two cameras, cold weather (bone chilling 40 degrees) and three days parked with the cameras on were too much for my car battery. A quick push start and the problem was solved. I now turn off the cameras using their slide power switch when I park for the weekend. I have permanently wired both cameras into the car's electrical panel. I also like the accurate time displayed. Time comes from GPS signal which is referenced to an atomic clock.
Update - December 2014. Survived another Phoenix summer parked in the sun all day. The first cam I purchased has made it through three summers so far. I have not captured video good enough to put on YouTube yet. For those prepared for the worst, the worst never happens. For those prepared for the best, the worst happens frequently. I hope that remains true. But, I'll have some great video if my luck does not hold.
-Full HD (1920x1080) @ 30fps (FineVu is 15fps at full HD)
-Built-in GPS (FineVu offers GPS sold separately)
-SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card compatible up to 128GB (class 10 recommended)--FinVu is up to 32GB (micro SD)
-Wide operating temperature (-4F to 176F) vs. Finvu 14F to 140F
-Includes detachable UV filter that protects the lens and optional CPL filter (sold separately) which is a polarizer that works well in day/sunlight. *You can also purchase 3rd party 37mm CPL filter (threaded) for fraction of what Lukas charges.
Now for the CONS:
-The plastic mount is vulnerable to breaking when trying to remove the camera. It is extremely important to remove one side and use a twist off motion taking out the other side instead of pulling it out.***There has been an update in the plastic mount that addresses the common breakage. Now it is a slide-in mechanism***
-Not as stealthy as slim dash cams such as the BlackVue models.
OTHER NOTES (updated 1/12/2014):
-There are now different versions of the 7xxx series available (LK-7200, LK-7300, LK-7500, LK-7700) that are similar in specs but the notable difference might being the mounting mechanism and camera shape.
-Check out lukashd.com for more product information (click "ENGLISH" on top left)
-The viewer program offers various setting adjustments and it is relatively easy to use/navigate. Check their website for the latest firmware and viewer (currently AC31 firmware and 1.8.4 viewer as of 1/12/2014).
-The 8GB SD card that came with the product gives maybe 60-90 minutes of video capture @ full HD setting (1920x1080).Read more ›
I decided to get a dash camera after several close encounters with people backing up without looking. Did my research, came down to the $68 dollar DVR270 or this. Although the DVR270 is cheaper, it looks really lame and ruining my car's appearance is just too much of a trade off. I find the Lukas Lk-7900 to have the least complaints among users, have great video quality, and that the manufacturing company provides good after sales support. I am not disappointed. I also find the $200 price point to be reasonable given the quality of the product.
The video quality is really good. I can make out the license plate number of cars ~50 meters away. I like how there is no stupid lights flashing, and no distracting bright screens. The form factor is not nearly as good looking as those "blackvue" cameras, but those overheat and got many issues. I mounted the camera behind my rearview mirror, it is fairly discrete.
Operation is mostly automated. The camera starts to record when I start the car, stops recording when I leave. The videos are recorded in 3 min intervals, and will keep on looping by deleting the oldest file when memory card is full. There are two buttons, pressing the left button will permanently save ~20 seconds of footage (~10sec prior to pressing, and ~10 sec after). No idea what the right button does, I never read the manual. The screen on the camera displays time when car is at a stop, and displays current speed when car is moving.
I take the memory card out and use my laptop to view the recordings. The supplied software is very easy to use.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worked fine initially. After using a few times, I disconnected it for a while. Then when I tried to use it again, it kept restarting. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Wensheng Wang
It works most of the time, but at random times force me to recycle / reformat saying that it cannot record video. Hope they made it more reliable by now.Published 6 months ago by H. Im
Get this camera and a cheap 128GB SD card and you're set. I just bought another! Tuck it behind your rear view mirror and let the bottom visible and you can monitor your speed. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Vinculum
Let me start by saying the two Lukas LK-7900 dash cam I bought have been great units and worked fine over a summer on hot Arizona dashboards. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Fred N.
Dash Camera is now must have item for every car. The reason is simple, to prevent yourself from danger, insurance purpose, and evidences. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Chun
This dash cam is PERFECT! I'm a truck driver in my own truck so I wanted a dash cam to protect me. CYA is the best policy out on the road today. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Johnson
Bought this on 23/7/2013 together with LK730 battery, from one of their ebay dealers (apple - ct)
Very happy for 22 months. Read more