BlackVue DR750LW Front & Rear Dash Cam Review
From Blackvue comes another premium dual dashcam to capture your journeys! With full HD 1080p at 30fps, 4″ touch-screen as well as built-in memory of 16Gb on the front camera and 2.4 megapixel screen, this is the ultimate in onboard video recording – front and rear!
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Key features include;
Unique Selling Points to the DR750LW
– Built-in battery discharge prevention – which switches off the device when plugged into the vehicle while its in parking mode for too long. This will stop the DR750LW giving your vehicle a flat batter! You can manually set the voltage to where the battery would drop to and the device powers off.
– Updates without connection to PC – You dont need to download the latest firmware from the website to your PC and sit there while it transfers to the cam. You can update using its own wifi (as long as you have the corresponding apps on your smart phone) to update as you would a smart phone.
– Overheat protection – The temperature in the car, especially during the summer can get quite hot especially if in direct sun light. The DR750LW will power itself off when it is likely to overheat.
Front Camera Specifications
– Recording video resolution: 1920×1080 – 30fps
– 6 Mbps
– 107.2mm x 67.5mm x 20.5mm
– 2.4 MP CMOS sensor (Sony Exmor)
– View angle: 146° diagonal, 115° horizontal, 85° vertical
Rear Camera Specifications
– Max. resolution: 1920×1080 @ 30fps
– 4 Mbps
– 67.4mm length x 27.6mm diameter
– 2MP CMOS sensor (Omnivision)
– View angle: 129° diagonal, 108° horizontal, 57° vertical
– Full HD video quality at 1080p on both front and rear cameras
– 4″ 800×480 WVGA touchscreen controls, making it very easy to use
– Picture in picture capability
– Capacitor powered so doesn’t require an internal battery
– Supports upto 64GB Micro SD cards
– Time & date stamped on the video to help with disputes
– Loop recording
– Parking mode
Having a touch screen really does make the DR750LW very easy to setup and control and you can also view your videos on the device itself. Having both the front and rear cameras connected means you can access and view both streams in real time with its picture-in-picture function. Being an integrated system does give this dashcam a very nice competitive edge and it is certainly a feature that other dual cameras can learn from.
For a dashcam that is easy to use and has all the bells and whistles that other devices do not, like the power off features and the updates over the air, the DR750LW is a very good option. It is very easy to use thanks to its touch screen and you can see the video as it records and connect it to your smart phone which makes the DR750LW a high-end but a very cool cam!