BlackVue DR750S-1CH

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  1. alexsoll

    alexsoll Well-Known Member Retailer

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    Model Name
    DR750S-1CH
    Color/Size/ Weight
    Black/Width 118.5 mm x Height 36 mm/88 g
    Memory
    microSD Card (16 GB/32 GB/64 GB/ 128 GB)
    Recording Modes
    Normal recording, Event recording (when impact is detected in normal and parking mode), Manual recording and Parking recording (when motion is detected)
    * For Parking mode recording, a Parking Mode Battery Pack (Power Magic Battery Pack) or a Parking Mode Hardwiring Kit (Power Magic Pro) is required.
    Camera
    STARVIS™ CMOS Sensor (Approx. 2.1 M Pixel)
    Viewing Angle
    Diagonal 139°, Horizontal 116°, Vertical 61°
    Resolution/ Frame Rate
    Full HD (1920×1080) @ 30 fps
    * Resolution/frame rate can be changed.
    * Frame rate may vary during Wi-Fi streaming.
    * Sports Mode: Full HD (1920×1080) @ 60 fps
    Image Quality
    Highest, High, Normal
    Video Compression Mode
    MP4
    Wi-Fi
    Built-in (802.11n (2.4 − 2.4835 GHz))
    GPS
    Built-in
    Microphone
    Built-in
    Speaker (Voice Guidance)
    Built-in
    LED Indicators
    Recording LED, GPS LED, Wi-Fi LED, Front Security LED
    Button
    Wi-Fi/Format button:
    Press once to turn on/o Wi-Fi.
    Press and hold for 5 seconds and once voicecommands start, release the button. Then press once again to reset the Wi-Fi SSID and password or press and hold for 5 seconds to format the microSD card.Proximity sensor:
    Touching the proximity sensor turns on/off audio recording or triggers manual recording depending on the rmware settings.
    Sensor
    3-Axis Acceleration Sensor
    Backup Battery
    Built-in super capacitor
    Input Power
    DC 12 V – 24 V (DC Plug: (Ø3.5 x Ø1.35), MAX 1 A/12 V)
    Power Consumption
    Avg. 250 mA (3 W at 12 V, when GPS and Wi-Fi is On) Avg. 200 mA (2.4 W at 12 V, when GPS and Wi-Fi is O )
    * Actual power consumption may vary depending on use conditions and environment.
    Operation Temperature
    -20 °C − 70 °C (-4 °F − 158 °F )
    Storage Temperature
    -20 °C − 70 °C (-4 °F − 158 °F )
    High Temperature Cut-Off
    Approx. 80 °C (176 °F)
    Certifications
    Front: FCC, CE, RoHS, Telec, WEEE
    Software
    BlackVue Viewer
    * Windows XP or higher and Mac Yosemite OS X (10.10) or higher
    Application
    BlackVue Application (Android 4.4.2 or higher, iOS 8.0 or higher)
    Others
    Adaptive Format Free File Management System
    Product Warranty
    The term of this product warranty is 1 year from the purchase date. (Accessories such as an External Battery/microSD Card: 6 Months)
     
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  2. alexsoll

    alexsoll Well-Known Member Retailer

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    Maybe someone has a raw video?
     
  3. michael007

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    I've got one on pre-order with Blackboxmycam. Estimated release is the first week of September.

    Will post raw video here when it's received.

    According to the manual, the recording time for 60fps and 30fps is the same. I'm curious if 60fps is using a different type of encoding like x265.
     
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  4. alexsoll

    alexsoll Well-Known Member Retailer

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    I'll watch the raw video and make some conclusions
     
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    According to blackboxmycar website, it's using H264.
    I guess 60fps option will result in smoother video, but reduced picture quality
     
  6. mc_pags

    mc_pags New Member

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    is it safe to assume the cam in the 1CH kit is identical to the one in the 2CH kit? ergo video from the 2CH cam will be the same?
     
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    Yep, front cam is the same for both 1CH and 2CH.
     

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