Ultra small volume; the front lens with ultra wide angle of 140 degrees can be rotated up and down 20 degrees; the back lens with ultra wide-angle of 120 degrees high resolution; this perfect modular design is more convenient for various angle and high resolution video shooting.
- Built-in 1/4 inch low-noise and high-quality photographic element can capture ultra clear picture in a dark place.
- Built-in lithium battery with charging and meanwhile recording function.
- Built-in microphone/speaker.
- Support high-capacity Micro TF Card
- Automotive turning on and recording function when the vehicle start.
- With a delayed start function to prevent transient pulse current damage machine at the moment the vehicle start.
- GPS scanning and positioning.
- Gravity induced SENSOR
1. Roadway safety
2. Dual-lens Car DVR.
3. Support GPS
4. Support G-Sensor
LCD Display: 2.7” TFT LCD(16:9 TFT LCD)
Camera Lens: Front lens with ultra wide angle of 140 degrees, back lens with 120 degrees
Video format: AVI
TF memory card slot: Micro TF
Television output: NTSC/PAL
DC access: DC 5V
Battery: Built-in lithium polymer battery
System requirement: Windows2000 /XP /Vista / Windows7, MAC Sox about 10.3.6
1. Vehicle-mounted power supply
2. Vehicle mount
3. GPS module
4. User manual
5. Car camera
This review is from: AGPtek GD32 X3000 Car DVR 2.7" LCD 140° View Angle Dual Lens Video Recorder + GPS Logger
Pros: Cheap, simple to use. Starts recording as soon as it gets power, shuts down when it loses power. Video quality is good. The included software is nowhere as bad as I thought it would be, it's actually really simple and has good features. The stand that it comes with is nice. The camera records outside and inside the car as well as sound. You can also replay the videos right on the unit. You can disable audio recording, recording the inside or recording the outside if you wish for extra privacy.
Cons: It formats the SD card in a weird proprietary format. To view your videos, you have to take the card out of the camera, and plug it into your computer. Then you only see a small partition with a single Windows program. Some people have figured out how to get the videos off, but this is not meant to work with Linux or OSX. The other thing I don't like is that the GPS sensor requires another cord coming out of the unit. I actually haven't used the GPS yet.
Other Thoughts: I would highly recommend this camera to anybody. It's cheap and easy to use. I've already caught some interesting things on my camera from driving around.
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