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BLACKVUE DR600GW-HD 16GO VIDEO RECORDER
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- Vidéo Full HD 1080p 30 Fps
- Puce GPS intégrée pour contrôler la vitesse et votre position
- Module Wi-Fi pour regarder en temps réel la vidéo sur votre Smartphone
- 3 modes d'enregistrement : normal, évenements et parking
- Livrée avec sa micro carte sd 16Go permettant de sauvegarder jusqu'à 7h de vidéo en full HD 30 images par seconde
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Description du produit
La BlackVue DR600GW-HD est l'une des caméras embarquées les plus performantes du marché. Ce modèle filme en qualité Full HD (1920x1080), intègre une caméra grand angle (133°), un capteur gyroscopique et une puce GPS. Ce concentré de technologies possède en outre une fonction Wi-Fi qui permet de visualiser vos vidéos en direct sur votre smartphone.
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1.) SD Card / File Management: Per the instructions you are recommended to format the card once a week. It does not give me confidence that the manufacturer recommends this. To me it smacks of poor software quality control. In my experience you're going to have to pull the SD card at least every 2 days just to wipe all of the recorded files as the camera does not automatically overwrite them. I didn't realize this until I had been driving with a red light on my camera for at least 2 days. The unit had stopped recording because it was full.
2.) Shock sensor: The desktop software allows you to dial in the sensitivity (see the Advanced section in the sensitivity tab), but it only allows a range of + or - 1G. This means that if you drive on California roads you're going to be constantly flagging files as events because you'll hit the 1G easily at freeway speeds.
Things that could make this unit SO much better:
- Allow for a setting that overwrites Normal (N) and Parking (P) mode files automatically if space is needed. This allows you to go longer between formats.
- Allow for adjusting sensitivity for a 4G (+ or - 2G) range to reduce erroneous event flagging for those of us with Governmental bodies that ignore (or reduce priority of) road repair .
- Add a mobile app option to wipe all recorded files.
- Insert the ability to automatically stop Parking mode recording if the vehicle has not moved in X amount of time then start again once movement is detected. This will extend the available amount of recording space.
PARKING MODE SENSITIVITY: After a little more toying in the software/firmware I've discovered that it is possible to extend your space a little by adjusting the sensitivity on the Parking mode settings as well. This means that after a short period the unit WILL stop recording until the vehicle starts moving again. HOWEVER! It also appears that once the unit goes into this sleep mode that the white light on the front of the unit starts blinking thereby alerting anyone that cares to look that there is an active device in the windows
REFORMATTING: Rather than pulling the SD Card from the unit periodically to reformat you can press and hold the WiFi button for 10 seconds which will trigger a format and reboot. This works relatively quick (1-2 minutes) and then you're back to recording automatically. None of your settings are lost.
Some of the features I wanted in a cam are:
- HD video
- speed indicator
- inconspicuous mounting
This easily hit all of them. While it's difficult to find any dash cam from a reputable U.S. company, this was as close as I could find. The packaging and instructions are pretty straight forward. It didn't have to be ordered on ebay and imported or anything.
The installation process took longer than it had to, but I hard wired it to my fuse box (search "add a circuit" on Amazon). I'm not typically the handiest person, but this process was very straight forward. Now my unit powers on with the ignition and I have no wires running around my cigarette lighter.
So now being happy with the hard wiring, I placed the cam behind the rear view mirror. When sitting in the driver's seat I cannot even see the cam. All I see is the wire running to the head liner above (I concealed all my wiring). I will say that the camera is larger than I had expected. When I opened the box I was surprised, but once it's in the car it tucks away nicely.
Mounting the cam isn't as easy as it would be with a swivel mount, like some cams offer. But I was willing to compromise to save space. A swivel mount would just add to the overall size. I took my time getting it lined up, but upon committing and sticking the thing to the windshield I ended up a little crooked. I was bummed at first, but really being a little crooked won't hurt anything. Two weeks later all I care about is that is works and I forget about it.
I did connect to the wifi with my phone to see a live view. This took a few tries as I had to make sure wifi was enabled on the unit. I had to search and connect to the wifi signal with my phone and it took a couple power downs/power ups to make everything sync up. Be patient. It will work.
From there I could see the picture, which was cool, but I began navigating the menu. It's a little clunky. Some options are under a 'firmware' section, which is odd, but you'll certainly have to browse to that section to change options such as 'kph' to 'mph'. So there's that; the option to change kph and mph. I didn't really have to change much. I made sure the time was correct and the picture quality was set to max and kind of skimmed over everything else.
Back to the clunky menu. It's not bad, but a little confusing. When I changed things I had an option to "Save After Quitting". I was looking for a quit button so I could then save, but all you have to do is press the "Save After Quitting" button for save setting.
I paired this up with a Sandisk 64Gb card. I first formatted the card at my computer with the software (downloaded from manuf. website). I think I have something like 8+ hours of recording at 1080p before it writes over the oldest footage. The software isn't bad. It's easy to navigate. You can only save 1, 2, or 3 minutes clips at a time. Video editing software is required to join clips. You can, however, clip portions of clips (to less than the preset lengths of 1, 2, or 3 minutes).
I actually feel much more comfortable with the cam in my car. One day I took out the card to review the video quality and forgot to return the card. I drove somewhere and felt naked without the cam! After just a few days I became comfortable that I am protecting myself from others with video evidence.
This isn't without some small cons. This unit is on the high end of dash cams regarding pricing. Many are as much as $100+ cheaper. Also, the app menu doesn't have the best design and is a little confusing, but nothing I can't deal with. Also not to be overlooked is the fact that it takes about 15-20 seconds for the unit to begin recording after powered. This unit turns on with my car but has a delay. The reality is something COULD happen in the first 20 seconds of me driving (pulling out of driveway, busy parking lot, etc) and it would not get the recording unless you are patient and wait for the audible queue that it has begun recording before driving.
If anything comes up I will supplement this post. All in all, if you can swallow a $250 cam + larger memory card, it's worth the cost.
On the plus side WiFi and app was easy to set up and works surprisingly well.