Navig8r Car Crash Camera FHD Wide
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Full HD Video & HDMI output
The Navig8r Crash Cam FHD Wide records high quality video at 1920 x 1080. That’s more than double the resolution of SD 480i (which is what a lot of other In car Cameras have). Why is this important? Well when you need the video evidence it’s the Full HD (1080) image which will show the finer detail like number plates & street signs.
Big screen & HDMI output
The Navig8r Crash Cam FHD Wide comes with a large 2.7” LCD screen so you can see more. Playback of video is clearer and the onscreen menu is more legible. The Navig8r Crash Cam FHD Wide can also connect to any Full HD TV via HDMI so you can see all the action on the big screen.
Extra Wide viewing angle
With a wide 140°field of view, the Crash Cam FHD Wide can capture more peripheral vision. Seeing more of the scene around you gives better perspective on the incident.
Save the big hits - automatically
The Crash Cam FHD Wide has a feature called “auto bump file record" - so if you get a hit, the recorded video is automatically saved and protected. Peace of mind knowing that in the heat of the moment, you don’t have to remember to save and protect the video file which recorded the incident.
Micro HDMI Cable
Includes a free micro HDMI cable (normally $29.95) so you can playback recordings on a Full HD TV (or monitor).
Equipped with the latest Aptina image processor, video quality is comparable to that of high end cameras ensuring a wide dynamic range (superior image processing for direct sunlight or approaching headlights); blur free frame rate and a professional quality lens for night time and low light recording.
Why is wide angle lens on a camera important?
Not all actions happen directly in front of you, so having a camera that has a restricted view will eventually miss something of importance. Recording as much information as possible is critical and it can only help in capturing more footage around you. Choose a wide angle action camera or crashcam rom the Laser range to suit your recording needs.
Why do I need time stamp?
The time stamp is a very useful tool. Some of its uses are to: record the date and time of an incident for future reference, help locate sections of a recording if it is particularly long, verify when the footage was taken. It can be used as a business tool to monitor the date and time of customers visits by employees. Choose one of many Laser cameras with Time Stamp feature today.
Why do I need HDMI?
HDMI is the most widely used format for home audio and visual equipment today. It is the simplest way to connect various home AV equipment using only one cable to deliver top quality digital sound and image. Look for Laser products with HDMI connectivity for the perfect and simple connection.
Why do I need G-sensor on my crashcam?
Preserve and back up incident files –
It is easy to overlook in those hazy moments just after an incident, that the footage you have just recorded may be lost when automatically overwritten and erased. (Crash cam cycle records by design constantly reuse memory space) The G-sensor will take care of this by monitoring impact and once triggered, will automatically preserve the current file from being overwritten.
Record while away from car –
Constantly recording footage whilst driving is a great feature, however what happens to my car when it is unattended. Will the G-sensor still work? Yes. Crashcam models that support "bump recording" will automatically turn on and start recording when it detects impact.
What is the difference between HDMI, component and composite?
HDMI, Component and Composite are all ways which Audio Visual playback equipment such as DVD and Blu Ray players, connect to Televisions and other peripheral display devices. As technology advances, new connection ports that deliver better performance are added to these devices while older connections are phased out. None are more obvious than analogue connections being replaced by superior digital connections. For example, Composite and Component are analogue connections and will require more than one connection cable to deliver video and audio. HDMI is a digital connection, supporting a higher quality video and audio signal all connecting via just the one cable. For reference, HDMI will deliver the best quality image, while Component will deliver an excellent image, and Composite will deliver a good image.
What is the difference between different version of HDMI? Say 1.4 vs 2.0?
Higher or newer versions of HDMI usually mean that they can transfer higher volumes of data. This means higher audio, pixel and frames rates as well as, compared to earlier HDMI versions, the provision to network the connected devices over the HDMI cable (Versions 1.4 and above.) Latest model TVs demand newer cables in order to deliver its best performance with 3D, Full HD, network, and even 4k. For the best reliability in transmission between your player and your TV, choose a Laser HDMI version 2.0 cable.
What is the difference between batteries?
The latest development with Lithium-Ion (LI) battery technology has been the introduction of the Lithium Polymer based battery. Not only does the Lithium Polymer battery last longer, the battery is no longer limited to traditional battery cylindrical shapes. The battery can now be moulded into a customised shape to fit inside any product making it the choice for manufacturers developing the latest slimline and stylish devices. For best results and like with all other batteries, LI batteries should always have top up charges if put in storage for extended periods of time.
Can Crash Cam be used as a legal eye witness?
Crash Cam footage and any video footage such as those from security cameras or simple photos taken by smart phones are regularly used as evidence during legal proceedings. These critical pieces of evidence regularly help to collaborate accounts and can effectively been seen as another eye witness account. Invest in a Navig8r Crash Cam today to be your eye witness partner.
How much difference is there between 720p and 1080p?
These are used to describe picture resolution show the number of vertical lines. In the case of 720p, 720 lines are displayed. In the case of 1080p, 1080 lines are displayed on the screen which is probably the most common resolution on TVs today. 1080p is higher in resolution and will display a noticeably better picture.
Should I buy a SD card with the biggest memory so I can record more?
For most cameras, you want the biggest capacity SD card so you can record more. However it is not a critical requirement for crash cameras as they cycle record and continually recycle space on an existing card. The need to purchase a larger card would come down more to the cost differential between sizes and any possible second use you may have for the card when not in use for example as a camera card or as memory for another portable device.
Navig8r Crash Cam Full HD Wide
The Navig8r Crash Cam Full HD Wide is the ‘black box’ for your vehicle! Its designed for professional and every day drivers,
capturing continuous video footage in Full HD –enough to decipher number plates, street signs and faces of witnesses!
Record high quality video at 1920 x 1080 - double the resolution of SD 480i (which is what a lot of other In car Cameras have).
The large 2.7” LCD screen allows you to see more, playback is clearer and the onscreen menu is more legible – connect to a Full HD TV via HDMI so you can see
all the action on the big screen.With a wide 140°field of view, the Crash Cam FHD Wide can capture more peripheral vision, it automatically records when it senses movement and
has an additional feature called “auto bump file record" so if you get a hit, the recorded video is automatically saved and protected.
The NAVCAM-FHDWD comes with a free micro HDMI cable and is equipped with the latest Aptina image processor.
Click here to download the Navig8r Crash Cam FHD brochure.
|Built in Battery||Y|
|On-board power switch||Y|
|Built in Microphone||Y|
|Dual Cameras (incl. occupant camera)||N|
|Device Description||In-vehicle car camera with Wide angle lens|
|LCD screen size||2.7"|
|Memory Card Type||Micro SD (Up to 32GB, Class 6 or 10 cards recommended)|
|Still Picture resolution (Megapixels)||12MP|
|Auto ON/OFF with car ON/OFF||Y|
|Video Capture Resolution||1080P FHD|
|Charging Connection||Micro USB|
|Video Output||Mini HDMI|
|Windscreen Mount||Suction type|
|Rechargable Battery / Capacity||Y|
|GPS tracking function (via Google Maps)||N|
|Wide Angle Lens||140 degrees|
|Video Playback File Format||MOV H.264|
|Video Playback software||N|
|Motion Detect Record (whilst stationary)||Y|
|On device Menu Controls||Y|
|On Board GPS tracking||N|
|Speed Camera Alert||N|
|Time Synchronisation with GPS||N|
|G-Sensor (Shock sensor)||Y|
|Google Map (in software) review of journey||N|
|Direct Wire to Car 12v/24v||N|
|Speed Alert on approach to Camera||N|
|Bump File Record||Y|
|Full Screen Speedo||N|
|Other external features|
|Speed Sign Recognition||N|
|Driver Fatigue Reminder||N|
|Stop and Go Alert||N|
|Lights On Reminder||N|
|ON device menu options|
|12v/24v Mini USB car charger||Y|
|Motion Detection||Y (While the camera is powered)|
|Audio record (Mic on/off)||Y|
|Set Record Segment Time||Y|
|Format Memory Card||Y|
|Reset to Default Settings||Y|
|Date / time set||Y|
|TV out (set PAL or NTSC)||Y|
|Delete images / video on device||Y|
|Show image/video thumbnails||N|
|Dimensions(mm)||115 x 35 x 45|
|Inner Carton Qty||1|
|Master Carton Qty||24|
|3 key feature benefits||1) Full high definition 1080p video quality with HDMI connection 2) Extra wide angle lens for capturing more peripheral vision 3) Auto Bump file record with G sensor activation|