The Thinkware dash cam comes with CMOS images sensors, which allows all of the events to be recorded in the brightest day and the darkest night in Full HD. The recording will have 140° wide-angle view of the road ahead ensuring that you will be able to see the road ahead of your driver with minimal blind spots - all of the events throughout a day are recorded without fail.Get A Quote
With the use of a Thinkware dash cam if you are stopped at an intersection or stuck in traffic, it makes use of an intelligent guidance system that will alert you to when the vehicle in front of you begins to move, this helps to prevent a delayed response just in case you stop looking ahead of you.Get a quote
Energy-saving mode will reduce power consumption by 1/3 less and gives 3x longer video recording than normal parking mode. When you are away for a holiday or leaving your car for quite some time, energy-saving parking recording is a recommended solution. When in use, the device will go to sleep and soon after an impact has been detected by the built-in G-senor, it will wake up within a second and start recording for the next 20 seconds.
This needs to be set up via the SD card settings on your computer after installation has taken place as it is not set as the default but is a great feature of the camera.
Wide Dynamic range
When you are driving under bright sunlight, coming out of a tunnel, or getting under the shadow of a tall building etc.
a sudden change in frontal light exposure levels can result in excessively bright or dark recordings.
The WDR function eliminates excessively bright spots on the recording
to correct its color balance in order to ensure a clear image.
Nighttime picture quality correction
Images from the videos recorded during nighttime driving on dark streets are generally difficult to make out.
The enhancement Sensors of THINKWARE DASH CAMs come with
a standard function of brightness and color control as well as noise cancellation.
A sudden rise of light exposure caused by strong sunlight or headlight beams of oncoming vehicles may cause difficulties to assess the situation. Also, lack of lighting in a dark tunnel or night driving may pose the same problem.
The automatic light exposure function controls the level of light exposure to maintain vivid and clear video recordings in all circumstances.
This mode is activated automatically when you start the engine. Recorded videos are saved in one-minute segments with an auto-looping mechanism.
The Active Impact Monitoring System will automatically store the video data ten seconds prior to and after a collision registered by the 3-axis G-Sensor.
Similar to a video camera, you can use the Manual Recording Mode to capture events that occur in front of your vehicle whether or not it is in motion.
F70 utilizes the FAT (File Allocation Table) system. This allows THINKWARE’s proprietary Format Free Technology to eliminate the need for periodical manual formatting of recorded video files on the microSD memory card. It also helps extend the life of your memory card.
You can view recorded video files on any PC without having to worry about converting files. THINKWARE DASH CAM F70 saves the hassle of manually clearing memory space.
In the event that the power gets disconnected after an accident, the fail-safe recording uses the Super Capacitor for backup power to ensure safe storage of any recording in progress – so you can be assured that your valuable data will be securely stored under any circumstances.
The specially designed heat discharge construction and the built-in thermal sensor of the F70 protect the device and its data against intense heat by automatically turning it off to prevent overheating.
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