• 1080p resolution for a full HD recording of any event on the road
• 130 degree viewing angle to give you a wide view of the road ahead
• 2.4 inch built-in screen to allow you to watch live and to playback any recording
• A built-in G-sensor to record sudden course changes or impacts and save any event onto the memory card in the event of an accident
• Night time events can be recorded if there is sufficient artificial light present from car and street lighting
• Built-in battery to allow recording to continue for several minutes after the engine cuts out
• This Dash Cam can record onto class 10 micro SD cards up to 32GB in size (card not included)
• 30 frames per second recording rate
• Screen blackout while recording to prevent driver distraction
• Parking Mode – requires smart-box / power bank (not supplied)Why should I buy this Dash Cam?
The MIO MiVue 528 gives a 1080p full HD recording of any event on the road, helping you reduce your insurance quotes and for proof when making a claim after an accident. With sufficient lighting, you can even capture events at night. Watch your recordings back on the built-in 2.4 inch screen to review any events that have happened. The built-in G-sensor will allow the Dash Cam to record any impacts or sudden course changes so that the event is protected on the memory card, while the built-in GPS recorder logs the exact route that you have taken as well as your current position. The Dash Cam can also record events that take place even when the car is parked and empty. To use this function, the Dash Cam would need to be connected to a power bank. A date and time stamp is also included on the recordings to prevent any dispute.
How do I use this Dash Cam?
The Dash Cam uses a class 10 micro SD card, between 8GB and 32GB (not included), to record any event. A 32GB memory card will give you approximately four hours recording time. When the memory card becomes full, an auto loop function will allow the Dash Cam to begin recording over existing video files in chronological order. Once the memory card is installed, the Dash Cam can be suction mounted directly onto the windscreen and is powered by a built-in battery or the in-car power supply. The Dash Cam will then automatically turn on and start recording when the engine is started.