Named a 2015 CES Innovation Award Honoree, the Wi-Fi-enabled Thinkware F750 Dash Camera helps you document everything you see on the road so you can prevent insurance fraud and scams, and have a record of everything you encounter. Both its front- and optional rear-facing cameras record in full 1080p HD to ensure crisp video from both directions—smart focusing, noise reduction, and auto-exposure technology further enhance image quality. You can even configure settings and watch the dash cam’s video playback via smartphone over Wi-Fi or by using the desktop viewer for PC and Mac.
Note: This bundle includes the front camera and a 16GB memory card. At checkout, you can add-on the 1080p rear camera (+$80), or add the Hardwiring Kit (+$20). You will also have the option to upgrade to a Lexar High-Performance MicroSDXC 32GB (+ $13) or 64GB memory card (+ $25) (does not include card reader).
To prevent accidents, the Thinkware F750 features a Road Safety Warning System that alerts drivers when they veer out of lane or come too close to other vehicles. It’s also equipped with technology to audibly warn you when approaching nearby speed cameras and traffic enforcement cameras. To ensure quality, all dash cams have been rigorously tested to pass 144 different quality tests.
When you start your engine, the dash cam automatically records in 1-minute increments with an auto-looping mechanism. When parked, it switches to Parking Surveillance Mode, which uses motion-sensing technology to protect your vehicle from hit-and-runs. Incident Recording detects impact and automatically records 10 seconds prior to and after impact, while Dual-Save technology saves the recorded footage on both the memory card and the built-in internal memory to protect against loss of data after a severe crash. If you see something crazy or unexpected taking place, you can use Manual Recording to record it yourself, too.
The Lexar 633x microSDHC and microSDXC cards allow you to quickly capture playback and transfer 1080p full HD, 3D, and 4K video—as well as still images and songs. Each Class 10 card uses UHS-I technology for speedy performance up to 95 megabytes per second.
All orders will be shipped by Massdrop.
Estimated ship date is July 26, 2016 PT.
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