I guess many new drivers don’t know much about the driving recorder, so I wrote this article to help you get a deeper understanding of the dashcam.
Here are some main functions of the car dashcam for your reference:
Front & Rear Dual Recording — When the camera is connected, the device can simultaneously record front and rear view videos. These videos are automatically stored in different folders.
Gravity Sensor — The built-in gravity sensor will activate the camera in the case of a collision. When the collision occurs, 10 seconds of footage from the front and 20 seconds from the back will be recorded and locked. Locked images and videos are saved in a special folder and will not be overwritten.
Motion Detection — The device will automatically start recording when motion is detected and a red indicator light will show that the device is recording.
Loop Recording — Auto starts up and records automatically when the ignition sparks up, loop recording saves the latest vidoes and overwrites the oldest videos when memory card is full. Supports up to 128GB card or maybe more, you should format it on the dashcam before use.
LDWS (Lane Departure Warning System) – Lane Departure Assist or a function informing about leaving the lane. The intelligent system is able to recognize the road lane we are moving and will issue a warning when the vehicle starts to descend from it. The function is ideal for long journeys, especially when there is a risk of falling asleep.
FCWS (Forward Collision Warning System) – Collision protection, that is, a function that informs you that the obstacle at the front of the vehicle is too fast or too close to another vehicle moving in front of us.