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The SGGCX2PRO is a Set-it-and-Forget-it, FULL HD 1080P DashCam Video Security Car DVR Appliance, sold as a single channel camera,
with the option to purchase a secondary rear camera, for full dual channel recording.
Super-Capacitor + Metal Lens Holder-Base means Extreme Temperature Resistance!
  • Novatek 96663 Processor, Sony Exmor R CMOS Sensor, 7 element (6 glass + IR cut filter), f/2.0 Dual IR cut, Medium-Wide 120 degrees lens.
  • Full HD 1080P at up to 60fps @ 18Mbit/sec, H.264 Encoding MOV format, GPS enabled.
  • Large pixel native 1080P sensor + WDR means GOOD Night performance.
  • Clip on CPL, microSD Card, USB/OTG Android Card Reader & GPS Logger SGGPSWM Included! Support for microSD cards up to 400GB!
  • Processor: Novatek NT96663
    Lens: F/2.0, 7 Element, Metal chassis, Glass lens, Dual IR cut, 120° horizontal viewing angle
    CMOS sensor: Sony IMX 291 Exmor R
    Video resolution: Selectable 1080P at 60/30fps @ 12/15/18Mbit/sec
    Optional Second Channel: 1080P 30fps
    Video format: H.264 compression, MOV format
    LCD display: 1.5-inch HD TFT screen
    Microphone: Built-in, on/off menu selectable
    Speaker: Built in
    Storage media: MicroSD card, Minimum 32GB Class10 recommended, 400GB maximum*
    Gapless recording: Supported
    Recording cycle: Menu selectable 1 min/3 min/5 min
    Date stamped video: Supported
    User selectable speed display: Supported
    Custom user text: Supported
    Parking Mode: Requires optional Hardwire Kit
    Soft shutdown: Supported, last file save and soft shutdown
    Screen saver: Supported, menu selectable 3 minutes, 1 minute, off
    Night mode: Wide dynamic range (WDR)
    Built-in G-sensor: Yes, with adjustable sensitivity
    Incident file protect: Automatic by G-Sensor/Manual emergency by one touch button
    GPS: Included (external)
    Exposure compensation: Menu selectable -2.0 to 2.0
    White balance: Auto
    Language: English/Spanish/Russian/Portuguese/German/Italian/Japanese/French/Simplified Chinese/Traditional Chinese
    Output mode: mini USB 5-pin port and DC 5V
    Power supply: Fail-safe Super Capacitor
    RTC (Real Time Clock): Supported
    Dimensions (LxWxH): 72 x 45 x 35mm (excluding the bracket)
    Unit Net Weight: 76g
    * Memory cards greater than 32GB must be formatted FAT32
Official website - https://streetguardian.info/product/sggcx2pro
Where to buy - https://streetguardian.info/where-to-buy
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AFAIK it's same: Exmor R = Starvis. (marketing)
 

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I dont think all sensors with the Exmor R stamp are starvis sensors, not even sure if all starvis sensors are Exmor R either, but i am leaning towards it.
 

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Starvis is better for marketing. Exmor sounds already old no matter if there is an R or not.

enjoy,
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I've seen "Exmor" used far more than "Starvis" in dashcam descriptions so it might get the message across better. Those like us who know more than average about dashcams will know either way, and to the rest of the world it's just another "techy" name meaning it works better at night ;)

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Too many ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
the IMX122, IMX222, IMX322, IMX323 which are the most common sensors used over the last several years are all Sony Exmor sensors, the IMX291 which is a Sony Exmor R (Starvis) sensor is relatively new in dashcams so not as well recognised I guess
 

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Starvis is a subset of Exmor R, they're not the same thing.
 

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agree, not the same, starvis - type of technology used in sensor, exmor - line of cmos sensor.

here is imx322 example - it's exmor but not starvis. when u say: exmor - this doesn't mean what is starvis technology used here.
and of course buyers want to know what is technology used
 

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Starvis isn't a technology itself, it's just a marketing term for really sensitive Exmor R sensors.
 

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Starvis isn't a technology itself, it's just a marketing term for really sensitive Exmor R sensors.
Sorry but where is true? I see at sony site another info - starvis Technology
https://www.sony-semicon.co.jp/products_en/IS/sensor0/security/technology/starvis.html
It can be exmor and also used starvis technology, one does not exclude another

Just a made up name for marketing purposes
all life is marketing. Exmor also only marking name...

I think correct will be:
IMX 291 Sony CMOS sensor, no any marketing exmor or starvis:))

P/S i think here is error also: on official site specification: 112° horizontal viewing angle but here is 120°
 
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"What is Exmor R?"

"The hallmark of the Exmor R technology is a back-Illuminated pixel architecture that moves the readout circuitry from between each pixel’s microlens and photodiode to behind the photodiode layer. This gives the light entering each pixel a direct path to its light-sensitive photodiode. The result is higher quantum efficiency, since a greater percentage of photons entering each pixel are converted into charge."

"What is STARVIS?"

"STARVIS is a designation for sensors within the Exmor R family that achieve a sensitivity of 2000 mV or more per 1 µm^2 or greater. The exceptional sensitivity of these devices makes them ideal for security, surveillance, and other low-light applications."

See: https://www.ptgrey.com/exmor-r-starvis
 
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I think this may be true, although it is not written on official resources. I did not say that the starvis is not a subspecies of exmor, on the contrary, I said that it's more appropriate to use the technology in the name of the sensor. Starvis is technology - proof is here open IMX291 datasheet.

for example, I have a chocolate bar. This is the type of chocolate product. But it is especially shaped and tastes and it's a version with white chocolate, it has its name - Twix. Of course, you can just call it chocolate. But in fact it is a particular chocolate with technology - Twix with white chocolate.
Finally correct will be: Sony IMX291 CMOS sensor or Sony Starvis IMX291
 

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I have recently purchased the SGGCX2PRO, and have successfully fitted it to my Subaru Impreza 2017 hatch.

Video is operating ok, but the audio volume is quite low when played back on pc (compared to other recordings). If there is a conversation in the car, I is barely audible when played back. I was unable to locate any menu option to increase the recording level. Any suggestions?

Cheers Emma
 

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Too many ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
There are no adjustments for audio volume, you can send us a sample file to check if you think there may be some problem
 

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