The Thinkware Dash Cam X800 from Thinkware brings you 1440p QHD Crystal Clear footage and is packed full of advanced features. Keep your car protected at all times with Advanced Parking Mode, Timelapse Mode and Energy Saving Mode.
Equipped with the latest Sony Starvis IMX335 Image Sensors allow for crisp clean 2K QHD 1440p front footage and 1080p full HD rear footage during both day and night at 30FPS. The 150° wide angle lens view will minimize blind spots and record more event details.
Parking mode is a feature of dash cams that are either hardwired or use the OBD2 Connector. This allows them to continue recording while your car is parked and turned off. All Thinkware dashcams continuously monitor the health of the vehicle’s battery and will shut down if it detects any issues. Monitor and capture any motion around the vehicle for potential vandalism attempts. Monitor any impact to the vehicle while it is parked to catch any hit-and-run driver in the act while you are away.
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Catch any potential bumps, scrapes and other incidents by recording footage from your vehicle when you are not nearby. Timelapse mode records at 2 frames per second (FPS) to reduce the size of the video file. This allows the dash cam to record longer than other dash cams whilst in parking mode.
Reduce power consumption and provides longer video recording than normal parking mode. When you are away from your car for an extended period of time, energy-saving parking recording is a recommended solution. When in use, the device will go to sleep and after an impact has been detected by the built-in G-sensor, it will wake up within a second and start recording for the next 20 seconds.
Whilst in parking mode the Thinkware camera uses advancements in lens and computing power to revolutionise nighttime recording with their Trademarked Super Night Vision. The system uses ISP (Image Signal Processing) technology and real-time image processing to capture far greater detail at night, further protecting your vehicle whilst parked.
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With GPS, all Thinkware dash cams can record the vehicle’s driving speed and provide its precise location and route identification on the map. The GPS Tracker helps you to accurately assess the details of the surrounding area. The PC/Mac viewer can then provide you with the vehicle speed and the time of a collision, and the severity of any impacts.
The intuitive and simple-to-use interface of Thinkware Dash Cam allows you easy and convenient viewing of your recorded videos. Through a PC or Mac viewer, you can playback and download recorded videos. You can also change the dash cam settings, format the memory card, or install updates with just a few clicks on the viewer.
Avoid overexposure in your Dash Cam footage when experiencing sources of bright light whilst driving, keeping your footage clearer. Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) is a technology that allows the dashboard camera to capture a clearer image in a strongly contrasted environment. It can solve problems such as intense contrasts of light sources. In the event of a sudden change in frontal light exposure, such as when driving into or out of a tunnel or driving directly into bright sunshine, the Wide Dynamic Range function will eliminate excessively bright spots on the recordings.
Most videos recorded on a dashcam in the dark are generally difficult to make out details. That is why this dashcam uses enhanced sensors that come with a standard function of brightness and colour control as well as noise cancellation. These increase the quality of the image and ensure your videos are always the best quality possible.
Thinkware Dash Cam X800 Multiple Recording Modes:
- CONTINUOUS RECORDING MODE – This mode is activated automatically when you start the engine. Recorded videos are saved in one-minute segments with an auto-looping mechanism.
- INCIDENT RECORDING MODE – 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.
- MANUAL RECORDING MODE – 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.
- FAIL-SAFE RECORDING – In the event that the power gets disconnected after an accident, the fail-safe recording uses the Super Capacitor for backup power to ensure the safe storage of any recording in progress.
Avoid corrupt memory cards and the slow process of having to reformat your SD Cards with the free-flowing recording system. One of the most common issues with a Dash cam’s reliability is the SD card, these cards are continuously overwritten and often become corrupt if not formatted often. This normally means that you have to remove the SD card and put it into a computer to reformat it. Thinkware has overcome this vulnerability by making the dashcam pre-allocate the memory, avoiding the need to format the SD card on a regular basis and making the footage easily viewable on our Thinkware viewer software.
Protects your dashboard camera from overheating and causing potentially irreversible damage to it or its data. The specially designed heat discharge construction and the built-in thermal sensor of the dash cam protect the device and its data against intense heat by automatically turning it off to prevent overheating. All Thinkware cameras use a Super Capacitor, designed with Temperature Protection, for an emergency power source in the event of a crash or sudden power loss, allowing the unit to save the last 10 seconds of an incident.
Overall, the Thinkware Dash Cam X800 is a powerhouse, with features galore!
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