THINKWARE X700 Dual Dash Cam Front and Rear Camera for Cars, 1080P FHD, Dashboard Camera Recorder with G-Sensor, Car Camera W/Sony Sensor, GPS, Night Vision, 16GB, Optional Parking Mode
- Sony STARVIS: crystal-clear high quality footage captured in full HD 1080P, 30fps, 142. 7° wide viewing angle
- Front and rear recording: capture video evidence of incidents that occur at the rear of the vehicle in 1080P
- 2. 7 inch LCD touchscreen: instantly play back videos, navigate menus, and configure settings right on the screen
- Advanced driver assistance system (Adidas): alerts the driver of potential forward collisions, lane Departures, and front vehicle Departures
- Super Night vision: advanced technology that reduces noise and enhances image quality in low-light conditions
- Road safety camera alerts: notify you of upcoming red light cameras and speed cameras with the included GPS antenna
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For us, driving is a way of life. An average person drives over 10,000 miles per year, and we believe that your journeys should not be complicated by the inevitable incidents that occur on the road. That is what drives us to manufacture premium reliable dash cams.
Thinkware X700D Dash Cam
Convenience at Your Fingertips
The X700 dash cam combines innovative camera technology with advanced driver assistance software so you can drive safer while recording your daily commutes in Full HD 1080p. Its 2.7" LCD touchscreen allows you to be visually notified of road safety safety alerts, adjust settings, and play back videos on the spot. The included GPS antenna accessory tracks the speed, time, and route history of the vehicle, and enables the dash cam to warn you of upcoming speed and red light cameras as well.
- Crystal-clear high-quality footage captured in Full HD 1080P, 30FPS with the Sony STARVIS image sensor
- 142.7-degree viewing angle captures a wide view of the road with no distortion
- 2.7-inch LCD touchscreen lets you instantly playback videos, navigate menus, and configure settings
- The Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) can alert the driver of potential forward collisions, lane departures, and front vehicle departures
2.7" LCD Touch Screen
2.7-inch LCD touchscreen lets you instantly playback videos, navigate menus, and configure settings
Rear-view camera captures video evidence of incidents that occur at the rear of the vehicle in 1080p (Rear Cam Not Included)
Parking Mode Capable
Optional Parking surveillance mode records events triggered by impact and motion detection, and activates built-in car battery protection system to prevent vehicle battery drain (hardwiring cable installation required; hardwiring cable accessory sold separately; professional installation recommended)
The Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) can alert the driver of potential forward collisions, lane departures, and front vehicle departures
|Thinkware F70||Thinkware FA200||Thinkware X700||Thinkware Q800PRO||X700DG|
|Advanced Parking Mode (Impact & Motion Detection with Built-In Voltmeter)||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Built-in Wi-Fi with Mobile App||✓||✓|
|Super Night Vision||✓||✓||✓|
|2.7" LCD Screen||✓||✓|
|Video Resolution||Full HD 1080p||Full HD 1080p||Full HD 1080p||Quad HD 1440p||Full HD 1080p|
|Rear Camera||HD 720p||Full HD 1080p||Full HD 1080p||Full HD 1080p (Included)|
|Safety Camera Alerts||Optional||Optional||Optional||✓||✓|
|Road Safety Warning||FCWS||LDWS, FCWS, uFCWS, FVDW||LDWS, FCWS, uFCWS, FVDW||LDWS, FCWS, uFCWS, FVDW|
|GPS||Optional||Optional||Optional||✓||Included External GPS|
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Initially I purchased the BlackVue DR750LW-2CH Kit and I was extremely disappointed by the quality of videos it produced. (I'll be writing a review about it as well). I returned the BlackVue and kept looking for a better alternative.
I came across the Thinkware product line and became very interested in their flagship models, the F750 and the X500. Although they were more expensive, I thought they offered exactly what I was looking for in a dash cam.
I ordered the X500 along with the rear camera as well instead of the F750 because the mobile app that controls the F750 didn't have the option to stream the recorded files directly from the camera. It only offers to download the file to your mobile phone instead of steaming directly to the phone. That's besides that at the time of purchasing the camera, the app also had really bad reviews on the iOS.
The product came nicely packaged and I had both cameras installed and connected. I was happy to see that the camera offered better video quality then the BlackVue but that came at a price, the 64GB micro SD card can only hold 4 hours of video. But that's not the reason why I decided to return it and give it a 2 star review.
I noticed that all videos had audio static/noise. I thought it may be a defective camera or bad cables so I placed an order for another X500.
To my surprise, the second camera produced the same exact static/noise in the audio part of the video files. Even after trying it with different cables, different cars and even indoors. It was the same annoying sounds.
I contacted the customer service hotline and they were pleasant to talk to and asked to send them the RAW video files for their tech team to examine.
I posted some files on dropbox and sent them the shared links. They got back to me a day later saying that their team suspects that the camera is a defective camera. I explained to them that it's the second camera with the same issue. They asked if I had any 3rd party codecs and if I had tried to play the videos on another system and I replied back assuring them that I don't have any 3rd party audio or video codecs installed on any of my systems other than my iMac. I also explained to them that all my Macs and PCs play the videos with the same sound issue.
A day later, I was even more surprised by a lame response from them telling me that their team suggested that it's bad audio codec and that I need to download some 3rd party software to get rid of the noise/static sounds in the videos.
A day later while doing further testings, I discovered that the camera started developing some kind of purple and blue horizontal lines across the video. Again, I tested the videos in different systems and they all had the same results.
I was already turned off and ready to return it because after spending all that money, time and efforts. I couldn't accept the fact that a premium product like the X500 needs to rely on a 3rd party codec to function correctly. In my book, that is absolutely ridiculous and completely unacceptable for a product with this price tag.
Here are some pros and cons.
- Feel and looks like a quality cam
- Decent video quality
- Dual save mode
- LDWS worked great
- Users can't turn off continuous mode
- Thick wires (Makes hiding wires in tight spaces a very difficult task)
- Record time limited to 4 hours/64GB
- Can't maximize the Mac viewer app to take advantage of full screen viewing! (Sometimes I just wonder, what goes through an app designer or a product manager's mind to opt out of giving the end-user the option to take advantage of a full size desktop!!!!)
- The feature of "Traffic Enforcement Warning" must of had really old database because the camera never gave a warning for some of the cameras near my house or by my job that have been there for years.!!!!!
The concept of the X500 as a dash cam is great but I believe it was prematurely rushed to the market.
I hope my review helps you make a wise decision. Thanks for reading.
1- installed by my mechanic
2- I can turn the audio on or off to alert me that it is in continuous recording mode while I am driving and in parking mode when I shut the engine off. I turn the audio off when I have the car serviced so that they do not know that they are being recorded and it doesn't annoy them.
3- with a 123 gigabyte SIM card it records all of the driving I do for a day or two so that if something does occur it is easy to review. It also beeps when it records something (such as if you go over a pothole) to a different file to save. It is not so easy to hit manual recording for me when I am driving because it is mounted behind my rearview mirror so that it is out of my field of vision but that is okay because it records everything all the time anyway.
4- from the device in the car if I save something to the save folder it is not easily retrievable when I go on the computer and that is the only issue I have with it. I haven't called for support on this but I imagine it is something that they could give instruction me on pulling up the file. either way if you really needed it the data would be there. The software for your computer that comes with it is decent except for this inability to pull up your files saved on the device. I would recommend the company update the software to make this a readily available feature that is easy to use.
5 - records both the front and back of the car with wide-angle capturing everything in very high clarity. Even in the dark. you can see inside the car behind you and in front of you, can see people's faces and gestures, you can see license plates a couple cars behind and in front of you.
6- my car has not been dinged while parked since I got this installed, and I have not been suffering with people tailgating me or acting aggressively, since cameras mounted on the back and front of my car. This in and of itself is worth getting cameras on your car!