650 to 750 2-Channel - worth the upgrade ?

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Had the twin channel 650 for many, many years but quality of footage not great.

Is it worth upgrading to the 750 twin channel ?
 

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750 ain’t that great either so I’d wait for a proper 4k resolution (not the first try 900)
 

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The 750X that should be ready some time Q2 2019 would be the similar of 900S, but at a lower price as what i understand.
Probably the next one i'm going for, if not anything comes up in the meantime.

Also running 650S-2ch x2 ;)
 

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750x just adds LTE over 750s, image quality should remain the same.
 

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Really? :O whoooooops... Then i'm not going to switch my cams, yet... Thought it would be a 900S WITH LTE...
 

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Then why would they call it a 750?:ROFLMAO:
 

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The file sizes are the same between 750S in extreme mode to 900S in x265 due to the different compression types.
The main issue would be the heat. The 900S already has overheat problems - throw in an LTE module and you'll need a chimney installed in your roof lining.
BlackVue should consider their own LTE modem as an additional extra.
That way, it's not self contained and overheat, and can be bought as an extra, just like the various battery packs. Then it can be stored somewhere else in the car, and won't make the dashcam an oversized beast on the windshield.
 

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Or just use any WiFi access point with LTE for car use.
 
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