If you want to save space then it is best to turn down the quality (bitrate) and leave the resolution at the native sensor resolution. On this camera the "Normal" bitrate setting does a pretty good job, there is no need to use High or Maximum for normal use, they do look a little better and definitely have better colour detail, but in most situations you don't seem to lose important details by using "Normal".Hope it can support 512gb or more because three channels.Is the resolution of the three channels set separately? Thanks
If you stick to normal mode then a 64GB card should hold 3 hours, which should be plenty as long as you have a spare 64GB card so that if something really important is recorded while on a long journey, you can swap cards to keep it safe. You could also download it to your phone, that might even be safer.i feel 256 GB are fine for 2-3 channel cameras
Looks very nice, 3CH its a good ideaThe firmware is from 14 september. Viofo is working now on Viofo A119 V3 and A129+ firmwares updating the Sony CMOS driver so the A139 firmware is a little delayed. My early sample test is working very well in 1CH mode from one month, nothing to complain.
Here are some sample pictures for Viofo A139 Duo, as you can see the CPL is coming as default.
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you rightIt takes YouTube some time to go to the high res- check it again now, I'm seeing 2160p available.
Definitely all 4 are winners here.
I noticed the a129 pro has the most motion blur in the daytime comparison. Very noticeable if you freeze the frame when you look at the incoming traffic right at the edge of the screen.A comparison of latest 4 Viofo dashcams: A139, A129 Plus, A129 Pro, A119 V3.
got youNeed to read things while they are further away, that reduces the motion blur, and with the higher resolution is possible. Sometimes it then wins, other times it doesn't.
I am lucky that in my country the license plate is yellowYes. preferably the target ( plate ) should be at less than a 45 deg angle, i find that recording in 30 FPS ( daytime ) i have about 4-5 frames where the chance are most golden.
But i also have my "zoom" camera, that way out ahead where no dashcam can read a plate, well it actually give me more chances of a plate capture +10 frames at least.
Its annoying to hide all the cables and stuffJust got my test-cam installed an hour before sundown today, but didn't run the rear cam yet, nor have I looked at the few vids it got. I knew my old cam wiring was a mess, but it was worse than I remembered. I pulled out 3 unused USB-type cables, 3 unused PS's with their cables, the front parts of my K2S, and there's still a USB cable I need to get out but I couldn't see what it was stuck on so I left it for later. 2 hours to do one partial cam install, man am I slipping or what?