Car Blackbox DVR
Dual Cameras - 5MP Front and 0.3MP Back
GPS Logger and G-Sensor
2.7 Inch LCD Screen
Protect yourself from fraudulent lawsuits on the road
Screen: 2.7 inch TFT LCD screen
Lens: f: 2mm; F, 2.0 (IR lens)
Front: 5MP (140 degree wide angle)
Back: 0.3MP (120 wide angle)
Minimum LUX: 0.1
Color sensor: 1/4" color CMOS
Video resolution: 1280*480 @ 30 FPS
Video format: AVI
Cycled recording: Yes
Image Resolution: 2560*1920
Memory: Micro SD card up to 32GB (not included)
Microphone / speaker: Built-in
Time stamp: Yes
Video system: PAL
Battery: Built-in lithium polymer battery or car charger
Battery life: 3 hours
Dimensions: 125mm x 32mm x 50mm (L x W x H, without bracket)
Color:Blach&Gray as shown in the picture
Car Blackbox DVR
Cigarette Power Adapter
Your Search For a Cost Effective Miniature On Dash Cam is Over Look No Further • Smallest 1080P DVR • Records Every Journey • Will Not Obstruct Your Driving View • Not Easily Noticed by Other Motorists • Decrease Your Chance of Liability & Litigation
Never Be Without Your Cam You can rely on the AM-M80 for your peace of mind & safety. Should you encounter unfortunate situations, you need these recorded. This is useful & extremely valuable. Record beautiful countryside views to share with your family & friends. Incidents Captured With a sudden impact, the G-Sensor is automatically activated. The video capture will be saved then stored with a time and date stamp. A statement of fact that will be invaluable in your defence.
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Our Pledge to You One year warranty 30 day money back guarantee. Online Technical Support.
Technical Details • Display 1.5" TFT LCD • Angle 120° • Rotation 90° • AVI - 30 fps • Supports Micro SD Card to 32GB • G-Sensor • Loop Recording • Auto Start Recording • Built in Speaker • Built in Battery 3.7V 300mAh
In The Box • AM-M80 Car Cam • USB Cable • Power Cable • Mounting Bracket • Instructions • Memory Card Not Included
* It features small size, attractive appearance and clear quality of camera Figure, can easily attach to the side of a helmet, most bikes'front bar and sailing boat etc.
* Particularly suitable for sports use, such as skydiving, vehicle racing, biking, rock climbing, hunting, shooting, etc.
* 3 meters underwater can work properly, especially suitable for swimming, surfing, or underwater photography.
* It can also be used as a Chat webcam after install the CD driver to your PC/laptop.
1 x Waterproof Sports Action Camera
1 x Fasteningvelcro strap
1 x Fastening rubber strap
1 x Handlebar grip mount
1 x Mounting brackets
1 x A/V cable
1 x USB cable
Rixen-Kaul: CamOn! camera mountQuick release mount for GoPro housings. Allows for quick attachment of GoPro cameras almost anywhere on the bike. The camera can be freely tilted, panned and secured in the desired position. Comes with CamOn! mount and 2x Quad MiniBlocs for quick switching between two mounting positions.
The bicycle helmet camera can capture images, record videos and also supports two video modes- HD and sports. Being beautiful, practical and simple to operate, it is an essential for each and every bicycle lover and is very popular among consumers.
Helmet Size: 12.2 * 8.3 * 4.7 inch
Video Resolution:Sports Mode(640*480) HD Mode (1280*720)
Frame Number:Sports Mode (60 frames), HD Mode (30 frames)
Player Software:The system comes with or mainstream audio and video player. The CorePlayer is recommended.
Interface Type:Mini 4Pin Micro USB
Storage Support:Micro SD Card（TF Card）
Battery Type:CPSC1203C EN1078 AS/NZ2603 SGS report , High-capacity polymer lithium
Yellow Light: Yellow light is the charge indicator for both charging with the computer and charger (the yellow light keeps bright during charging and turns off after fully charged)
Blue Light: Blue light is the indicator for sports mode (in the standby state of sports mode, the blue light keeps bright, and flashes slowly when recording picture)
Red Light: Red light is the indicator for HD mode (in the standby state of HD mode, the red light keeps bright, and flashes slowly when recording picture.)
There is a rechargeable lithium battery inside the product. A USB data cable can be connected to a computer or charger for charging in the off state. When charging, the yellow light keeps bright and turns off after fully charged. Three indicator lights flash circularly when charging, and keep bright after full charged.
It's the perfect mix for riding roads, trails and everything in between.
The only way to Prove it wasn’t your fault is to install a DASH CAM. This is the BEST way to prove your innocence in these insurance matters. And in some circumstances, Video proof is requested by the insurance companies. Check out the DASHCAMS Listed above, if you don’t see one above you like PLEASE start to look into it, it might just save your insurance premium…
Overtaking Cyclists How to overtake cyclists safely (and legally) This page details how motorists should overtake cyclists according to the Highway Code. Some drivers will try to take a shallow line around the cyclist when overtaking, often giving less than a metres gap between the cyclist and the car.
This is not how the Highway Code describes how you should overtake, below are the points relevant to overtaking cyclists, the full rules are at the bottom of the page: (http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/TravelAndTransport/Highwaycode/DG_070314):
Rule 162: Before overtaking you should make sure the road is sufficiently clear ahead there is a suitable gap in front of the road user you plan to overtake Rule 163: Overtake only when it is safe and legal to do so. You should not get too close to the vehicle you intend to overtake move quickly past the vehicle you are overtaking, once you have started to overtake. Allow plenty of room. Move back to the left as soon as you can but do not cut in give motorcyclists, cyclists and horse riders at least as much room as you would when overtaking a car (see Rules 211-215) Obviously the last point specifically mentions cyclists but the other points are also applicable. The last point is the important one though, it’s the one which is routinely ignored or misunderstood. I assume that the people who wrote the Highway Code website realised this so provided a very handy photo to illustrate the point: Article SOURCE
I Have no doubt the driver was halled over the coals over this, as the cyclist may have been a customer….
You know how they are about keeping the appearance up to the customer….
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I drive a Truck ( Over 29 Years Ekkkk Scary) and see so many foolhardy idiots on the road. Every day brings more challenging escapades...
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By every day, i truly believe the standard of driving is getting worse.
I can normally predict what someone is going to do, But then they surprise ME.....Grrr.
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