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- Dual camera car mirror DVR for extra security on the roads
- Full HD 1080P recording captures all the small details like registration plates and signal lights
- Rear view parking mirror to take the stress out of those tight parking spots
- 4.5 Inch LCD monitor for easy viewing and clear road side playback
Dual Camera Rear Mirror Dash Cam
For extra security on the road you can't beat a dual lens dash cam capable of recording all that goes on behind the car as well as what's happening in front. With its front mounted mirror camera recording impressive 1080P video at 30 FPS you get a crystal clear image of the road ahead, while the rear camera helps identify and record hazards approaching from behind, such as speeding or reckless motorists. Good exposure settings and adjustable white balance means day or night you get great quality footage.
The rearview mirror cam wont block your view and is fairly discreet so will hardly stand out as a dash cam, ideal for capturing any unsuspecting road users who may try to catch you out with insurance fraud. The additional bonus of this mirror mounted setup is that it will not hinder your view by blocking valuable windshield space, unlike cameras that need to be mounted separately on your dashboard or windshield. Quick and effortless to install, all that's required is for you to simply clip this mirror cam onto your rearview mirror for and adjust 170 degree lens to capture the road ahead.
With a 4.5 inch LCD screen this rearview mirror car DVR brings you a large viewing area for reviewing the footage and good road side playback can be indispensible once the police arrive for quickly settling any disputes.
Take the pain out of reverse parking and ensure there are no hidden danged to catch you out. By viewing the rear view camera any hidden low down obstacles will be instantly visible so there is no danger of running into bollards, reversing over the kids bike or bumping into other vehicles
Loop recording will prevent you from running out of disc space as the camera will write over any unimportant info while the G-sensor ensures that if there's any sudden movement such as an impact or heavy breaking maneuver the cameras current footage is marked for safekeeping and locked from being recorded over.