Dashcams from Thinkware
Front & Rear 2K Cameras
Equipped with the latest Sony Starvis IMX335 Image Sensors allow for crisp clean 2K QHD 1440p front (156° viewing angle) and rear footage during both day and night at 30FPS. The wide angle lens view will minimise blind spots record more event details.
Low-light Recording Technology
Record night-time drives with true colours and minimal noise thanks to Thinkware’s latest advancements in low-light recording technology that surpasses its predecessors’ night time performance. The dash cam uses a combination of Digital Overlap High Dynamic Range (DOL HDR) and Noise Reduction technology to effectively reduce noise and lens flare effects that typically affect night time footage.
Parking mode is a feature of dash cams that are either hardwired or using 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.
Catch any potential bumps, scrapes and other incidents by recording footage from your vehicle when you are not nearby. Timelapse mode records at 2 frame 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.
Add the optional radar to access even more from your camera’s parking mode. With energy-saving mode, the dashcam will enter sleep mode when in parking mode. When the radar detects motion, the dashcam will power back up. If an impact is then detected, the camera will then save a 20-second clip (10 seconds before impact and 10 seconds after impact) and store this for viewing. If no impact is detected the unit will simply power back down to save your vehicle’s battery.