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BLACKVUE DR900S-2CH 4K
USA, Rest of World, Europe
With its ultra-wide 162-degree front camera and wide 139-degree rear camera angle, your vehicle is well protected while driving or parked. The front 8-megapixel sensor produces spectacular 4K Ultra HD footage, letting you read license plates from farther away. With H.265/HEVC (High Efficiency Video Coding), the video files stay small so you can record for as long as a standard Full HD dashcam. DR900S-2CH also features dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi for super fast file transfer to your phone.
4K in a dashcam is not a gimmick. It is a game-changer. It is not about playing videos on a giant screen–although you could do that too. It’s about providing video proof. A dashcam is only as good as its ability to capture crucial details–usually license plate numbers. The 8-megapixel 4K UHD sensor does just that by capturing 4 times as many pixels as in Full HD. And with its fast shutter speed, details are frozen in place. Just pause and zoom in.
With bigger resolution come bigger files…unless you have better compression. High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC/H.265) is the standard in 4K video broadcasting and streaming. With HEVC, you get great-looking 4K videos but same recording time as a regular Full HD dashcam.
Transfer files to your phone either fast or…very fast! The dual-band built-in Wi-Fi of the DR900S Series allows twice faster transfer in 5GHz mode. With BlackVue’s Sub-Stream technology, Quick Play versions of the videos are saved along the originals. No more lengthy buffering when browsing videos over Wi-Fi or the Cloud!
DR900S-2CH can protect your car when you are away. In Parking Mode, your dashcam monitors your parked vehicle, recording videos when it detects movement or impact. It also includes the few seconds before the triggering event, thanks to buffered recording. You will need a Power Magic Pro, Power Magic Battery Pack or Power Magic Ultra Battery to enable this feature.Download as PDF
BLACKVUE DR900S-2CH 4K Compatibility Chart
|Any/Any||2000-2019||USA, Rest of World, Europe||Any|