Auto4i Black. 2Ch Remote Lens. 720p. WiFi, GPS, Parking Picture Messaging.

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Another interesting design, but with only 720P....... :confused:
Idea, solution, functionality, design etc are exactly what most would like to have. I hope 720p is just a beginning and in near future we will see similar solution at least 1080p each channel with descent bit-rate and IQ.
 

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So is it 2 channel or 4? Image looks like 4 but specs only list 2, and it says 2 in other places too.
 

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Things are slowly inching in the right direction :cool: but i would still like to see SD cards get dropped from larger setups, in favor of USB thumb drives or SSD.

It is counter productive to have a hidden main unit you have to get a hold of ever so often to recover footage on Sd card, so i assume it will not be that hidden in many setups.
I still prefer a SSD in a truely hidden box, and then a USB wire comming off that with a female A plug in the end where you can plug in a thumb drive to recover footage on.
Either dumping footage to USB drive on detection of that, or you can pick and choose on your app on the phone ( wifi / bluetooth ) witch footage to recover to USB drive.
I know you could dump footage via WIFI to phone or tablet, but i am not crazy about that route.
 

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One upon a time there were USB transfer cables and also thumb drives equipped with a small button on the wire to launch a tranfer/backup of a specified folder ;-)

With it you could really let the central unit (PCB & ssd) hidden under the dashboard !

Of course dc control (and transfer) through WiFi will also work...
 
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