Street Guardian SG9665XS. 1080p. Super Capacitor. 12-24V direct input.

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  • Processor: Novatek NT96650
  • Lens: 7 Element all Glass lens, 120° horizontal viewing angle
  • CMOS sensor: Aptina AR0330
  • Video resolution: Full HD 1080P at 30fps @ 15Mbit/sec
  • Video format: H.264 compression, MOV format
  • LCD display: 2.0-inch HD TFT screen
  • Microphone: Built-in, on/off menu selectable
  • Speaker: Built in
  • Storage media: MicroSD card, 32GB Class10 recommended, 128GB maximum*
  • Gapless recording: Supported
  • Recording cycle: Menu selectable 1 min/3 min/5 min
  • Date stamped video: Supported
  • Motion detection: Supported
  • Soft shutdown: Supported, last file save and soft shutdown
  • Screen saver: Supported, menu selectable 10sec, 30sec, 60sec, off
  • Built-in G-sensor: Yes, with adjustable sensitivity
  • Incident file protect: Automatic by G-Sensor/Manual emergency by button
  • Exposure compensation: Automatic
  • White balance: Auto
  • Language: English/Spanish/Russian/Portuguese/German/Italian/Japanese/French/Simplified Chinese/Traditional Chinese
  • Power supply: Fail-safe Super Capacitor
  • RTC: (Real Time Clock) Supported
  • Direct 12v~24v input
  • Unit Net Weight: 65g
  • Unit size: 50 x 76 x 32mm ( with lens )
*Memory cards greater than 32GB must be formatted FAT32

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video below is just the quick sample test. More video will come soon.

 
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video below is just the quick sample test. More video will come soon.


 
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@niko, you should change the Screen Saver Delay's info: it's 60 secs., 30 secs. and Off. :)
 
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1st post updated with adding Menu Interface ( GUI ) video overview.
 
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I double-checked and it's actually 10sec, 30sec and 1min.
Oops, that's what happens when you edit the message and don't check it afterwards. My bad. :oops:
 

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The bit rate is a "bit" all over the place:

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Here's a screen grab right from the beginning of that 19Mbps clip:

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Oops, that's what happens when you edit the message and don't check it afterwards. My bad. :oops:
No, you were patrially right. There was typo earlier but it was fixed.
 

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Does it need hardwiring to utilise the parking/motion sensor Niko?
 
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Does it need hardwiring to utilise the parking/motion sensor Niko?
If your car cigarette lighter provides constant power even when engine is off, then no need hardwiring. If cig.lighter turns off with an engine, then you need to hardwire to fuse box and we recommend to buy BDP ( battery discharge prevention ) device to protect car battery from discharging below needed voltage to start car. ( usually around 12v )
 

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Sorry but whats a BDP device if its not hardwired, can you explain please, my socket is permanently live (skoda yeti 65) so it sounds good
 

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Got it, something like a power magic pro?
 
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Sorry but whats a BDP device if its not hardwired, can you explain please, my socket is permanently live (skoda yeti 65) so it sounds good
Having permanenty live cig.socket can be good and bad, but if you want this or any other daahcam to use when car is parked I would recommend hardwiring to fuse box via BDP device.
 
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