|Item Weight||10.1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 2 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||A119|
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VIOFO A119 2-Inch 1440P 30fps Car Dash Cam
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- Perfect for forward-facing video recording | Withstands extreme temperatures (capacitor) V2 GPS Mount Included (Serial number on the back of the camera will say A119V2XXXXXXXXX)
- Captures clear video of vehicles on the road (1440p HD)
- Automatically captures impact events (with G-sensor) | Change camera settings with LCD screen
- VIOFO - As Seen on DashCamTalk ! Easily attach to windshield using Quick Eject V2 GPS or regular adhesive mount | Stores up to 7 hours of HD video (Support for 32GB/64GB/128GB memory card, microSD memory card not included)
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VIOFO A119 V2 Dash Camera with GPS Logger (Spring 2017 Edition)
VIOFO A119 V2 Dash Camera with GPS (Spring 2017 Edition)
The reviews say it all. The VIOFO A119 is the budget dash camera with high-quality components, sleek and stealthy design, and top end video quality that you have been waiting for. Utilizing the latest Novatek 96660 chipset and OmniVision OV4689 video sensor, the A119 delivers 2K (2560 x 1440) recording at 30 frames per second. With the high-quality capacitor in the VIOFO A119, you can trust that it will withstand the harsh Canadain climate. From our hot summers to our brutally cold winters, the A119 is built for Canada. Navigate the A119 with an intuitive user-friendly interface clear 2" LCD screen to customize the settings, and playback saved videos.
Stealthy and Stylish Design
Ultimate Stealthy Design
With a compact body in black, the A119 is well hidden behind the windshield, eliminating a distraction while driving, and preferably keeping the original style of your vehicle more uniform and beautiful.
VIOFO A119 V2 Specifications
A119 GPS V2 Specifications
- Chipset: Novatek 96650
- Sensor: OV4689
- Lens: 6G F1.8, 160° FOV
- Display: 2'' LCD Screen
- Video Resolution: 2560*1440 30fps; 1920*1080 60fps; 1920*1080 30fps;
- Video Format: .MP4
- Microphone & Speaker: Built-in
- Sensors: G-sensor, Motion Detection
- GPS Logger: Included-Built Into Mount
- Wi-Fi: No
- Dash Cam Features: Loop Mode, Auto Start/Stop, Vehicle Identity Text
- Video Out: AV-Out
- Languages: English/French/Portugal/Italian/SimplifiedChinese/Traditional Chinese/Russian/Japanese/Deutsch/Espanol
- Ports: USB2.0, AV-Out
- Storage: Up to 128GB MicroSD Card
- Battery & Charging: NO battery, use capacitor, 5V 1A.
With the rotatable lens on the VIOFO A119 you can adjust the view angle from top to bottom, left to right, giving you the most flexibility in finding the most appropriate shooting angle.
The VIOFO A119 uses a supercapacitor instead of a battery to store and release power, allowing it to operate in colder as well as hotter environment. You don't have to worry about overheating in the summer or a battery dying in the cold winters or after several years of usage.
What's Included in the Box
- A119 Car Camera
- GPS Mount
- Non-GPS Mount
- Dual USB Car Adapter
- 5 x Clips
- Mount Detaching String
- User Manual
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I love this dash cam, I was recently involved in an accident and the witness said I was speeding, thus I was placed at fault, and given a ticket, the other party tried claiming injury after giving his statement to the insurance company. So I sent the clip to both mine and his insurance companies, and now his is accepting fault (as of right now were still working out the total cost of everything but my car had about $7000 in damage, his was totaled, and he tried claiming injury, that's alot of money this camera just saved me, and I'll be taking it to court with me in a month to dispute my speeding ticket.
The camera has decent quality although it can be hard to make out license plates in the dark, so far i haven't had any issues with it, and as you'll see in the video, the G-sensor works perfectly (its the beeping you hear at the end, which means it saved the clip and wont write over it if it runs out of room on the card). it's also pretty small so I'm able to hide it behind my mirror and wire it up over the top of the windshield and down the side column so none of my view is blocked by it.
GPS data, such as vehicle speed, date, time and location are provided by optional mounting plates and these are very inexpensive. The adhesive pads on the mounting plates are now black, instead of the grey color that has been commented on in previous reviews and questions.
The camera has a very wide field of view, so if your windshield has a tint band, or shaded center section like mine, you must avoid mounting the camera too high, or the shading will interfere with the picture. I found that if the mounting plate was placed no higher than 3 1/8" above the lower edge of the shaded area (tint band), this interference is minimized.
In the second picture, you can see how the camera is mostly behind the rear view mirror and does not obstruct forward vision.
Finally, from outside, only the lens area of the camera is visible below the shaded panel.
When setting the time and date, you must be careful to also set the correct time zone, or the GPS will change these values to whatever time zone has been selected. I live where the time is Mountain Standard, so my time zone is GMT -7. If you live in a Central Standard time zone, it would be GMT -6, Pacific Standard is GMT -8, and so on. If you live where Daylight Savings time is in effect, you simply change the time zone value to account for this.
My only wish is that the Polarizing Filter for the lens that is supposed to be an option were available. The camera picture is effected by reflections and a polarizing filter would reduce them.
Prior to this dash cam, I had the Vantrue R2 and the Rexing V1. The A119 is like the best of those two cams combined Like the Vantrue, it has an excellent picture. But like the Rexing, this cam has a nicely stealthy profile installed. Thieves are pretty savvy, but I'd like to think this dashcam will be far less noticed than one of those hanging contraptions. In fact, I was driving the other day with a friend in the backseat, and he asked me if I was thinking about getting a dash cam. Made my day as I pointed out the Viofo A119 installed behind my rear view mirror. The Rexing V1 and the Viofo A119 look nearly identical, but in case you were wondering, the mounts don't fit with each other.
As for what makes the Viofo a huge leap over the Rexing: the lens can be easily moved up and down (which is the same as the Rexing), but also left and right (!). That makes installation of the adhesive mount a lot less stressful--as it doesn't need to be perfect since you can adjust the lens easily. Also you can add a GPS pad (about 5 mm square that fits perfectly on the adhesive mount) for only $10. (In contrast, the Vantrue's GPS costs an additional $21.99.) I got it, just in case I ever wanted to turn it on to see my miles per hour--and I pretty much just keep it on all the time now. You can always turn it off in the settings if you like.
The one add-on I'm definitely waiting on is the CPL (circular polarized lens). On my honda accord, there is little glare, as the windshield is fairly perpendicular to the dash. But on my sports coupe, the windshield is a lot more sloped--so I really need the lens reduction about 10-20% of the time I drive.
As for shipping speed, my was delivered from China on the 14th day into northern california. If I had lived in LA, it would have been just 6 days.
The width of angle is 160 degrees vs 170 for the other two cameras. Definitely the camera is fisheyed--but I'm not buying this to publish photos--but to document any traffic incidents.
Installation as equally as easy as any other dash cam. I probably took more care to insert the cord into the lining of the car as the device is so stealthy, might as well do a good job of hiding the wires. A panel removal tool (or edge tool) is inexpensive on amazon and very useful to help in this and probably many other jobs within the car/house. Also, it's smart to leave about 2 inches of head space from the top of the cam to the windshield top-edge because unmounting the dash cam requires an upward movement. If you plan to only take out the micro sd card, it comes out of the left side of the cam, so make sure nothing (like your rear view mirror) blocks that slot. I wish the long power cable could have been 6 inches longer as there was not a lot of slack left installing it around the windshield on a honda accord. But really it was fine. Lastly,don't forget there is a protective contact lens plastic film on the camera--take it off after installing unless you want to tint and distort your video. If your picture looks sepia toned, not so vivid blue... then maybe you forgot to take that lens film off as I did--twice.
The package comes with a free keychain (I'd prefer it didn't), and adhesive clips (probably to hold the long cord along parts of the car) and an extra mount if you decide not to use the GPS.
As for the microSD storage--none comes included. It says 64gb is the max microSD for now, and I suggest a faster write speed microSD if you intend to take advantage of the high resolution recording. It works perfectly with a Samsung Pro 64gb, Sandisk Extreme Pro 64gb, and even my Toshiba 32gb Exceria (write speed of maybe 40MB/s?). Currently, the video on one of my trips stuttered ever so slightly--so I'll keep testing it out and see if it's the camera or the microSD card. (Update, no other stuttering issues so far.)
I'll attach a screenshot of the night time drive. License plates are way more visible in the day time, but not that much better than any other cam. I've also attached (on the one month anniversary of ownership) a video clip of a white car almost hitting me from the left.
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Very good image quality. Saves high g loads to a separate folder it won't over write.