V-sys X1F

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    Specs are not consistent across listing.

    Item specifics
    • Brand Name:SYS
    • Item Type:Car DVR
    • Pixels:200Mega
    • OSD Language:Chinese (Simplified),Russian,Italian,Chinese (Traditional),English,Korean
    • Special Features:Microphone,Super Capacitors,Led Display,Time&Date Display,GPS Tracker,Automatic White Balance,Cycle Recording,G-sensor,Cyclic Recording
    • Video Format:AVI
    • Video Code:MJPG
    • Max External Memory:128G
    • Assembly Mode:portable Recorder
    • View angle:120°
    • GPS logger:External
    • Number Of Lenses:2
    • Display Size:3 Inches
    • Battery:None
    • Memory Card Required Reding Speed:Class 10
    • Original Package:Yes
    • Imaging Sensor:Cmd Ov
    • Camera Resolution:1280x720
    • Chipset Manufacturer:STK
    • Screen Ratio:16:9
    • Frames Per Second:30
    • Battery Life:based on the bike battery
    • Interface:Micro SD/TF
    • Touch Screen:No

    At the top it says compression MJPG, camera resolution 720p, CMOS 2.0Mpix
    On the box it says 3Mpix CMOS.
    In description it says for compression H.264, camera 2.0Mpix, Resolution 1080p.
    ???

    [​IMG]

    Other than that remote lens idea in such form as this model is quite interesting. If it's 2.0Mpix CMOS then hopefully they are using Sony Exmor CMOS ?
    Also It looks like it may use two processors, because it has two microsd cards slots ?
     
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    Lukas cameras also have dual memory card slots on their dual cameras.

    The video footage don't look that bad, usable i would say, but never the less it is a gamble i would also say.
     
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    Hmm if they are using Sony EXMOR they would probably advertise it
    Does the mount/lens have any vertical adjustment? looks like it could be a bit of a challenge
     
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    Camera shell and mount looks like common reversing camera type (VGA-D1?) with so called "butterfly" steel mount/bracket where angle of camera can be achieved by bending that steel mount.
     
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    Yeah look like VGA cameras for sure, but then again the video footage in the videos don't look like upscaled D1 footage
     
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    Possible they just using old type reversing camera housing

    2 Mpix sensor, could it be Sony?
     
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    I like they just put 2 cameras in one unit, at least it seem so with 2 SD card slots.
    And while not optimal i could make do with a setup like that if the other aspects of it was like i would like it.
    I am not quite sure if it is Sony's, the dynamics of them seem to lack a little in the really dark places, but it could also just be less than optimal firmware implementation.
     
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    Hmm the picture I saw for X1F showed this camera which looks like it'd be harder to just bend
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    Hehe that do look unbend able indeed :D is that with the same hardware specs as the other one ? ( dual 1080p )

    With the lens in the end like that it optimal in my perspective for remote cameras, and with a size like say a 26650 battery ( 26 x 65 mm ) that should be fine for accommodating any hardware and lens assembly inside, and still be small enough for a stealthy install.

    For me stealthy mean as seen head on from the outside of the car, i do not mind if the camera poke into the car some or is larger if you see it from the side.

    If those 2 cameras have "okay" 1080p footage like current dual channel cameras it might be a good solution for the truckers out there wanting coverage down the side of their rig.
    Should install just fine and stealthy on a semi truck mirror tree, and with data and power in one wire that's just perfect.
     
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