BlackVue DR900X-2CH Dash Camera / BlackVue Cloud CM100LTE - Reviews

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A three video series where I review the BlackVue DR900X 2-channel dash camera along with the BlackVue Cloud CM100LTE 4G LTE connectivity module for North America.

Pittasoft provided the BlackVue DR900X-2CH dash camera and BlackVue Cloud CM100LTE 4G LTE connectivity module for free to review, but I express my true findings and opinions in the videos.

Video 1: BlackVue DR900X-2CH Camera Review
Video 2: BlackVue Cloud CM100LTE 4G LTE Connectivity Module Review
Video 3: BlackVue X Series Battery Protection Feature Testing & Wiring Modifications

 

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Looks like my B4K wins for a better footage quality for the night recording!
 
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Looks like my B4K wins for a better footage quality for the night recording!
I have to agree that the B4K front camera even with a CPL filter installed produced nighttime video footage with an overall brighter image especially on the left/right sides. It looks like the ISO is being bumped up by the sensor in the B4K camera to get that brighter video with a slight increase in noise level in the video footage. I didn't want to alter the DR900X front camera's brightness setting to try and increase the brightness of the nighttime footage, because it may have been too bright for daytime video.
 

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Blackvue and Thinkware have always been more about features than video quality. I prefer video quality be as good as I can get because if something bad does happen, it's the video you're going to need- not features. But to each their own...

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