Thinkware Dash Cam U1000
£339.00 – £465.00
The Thinkware U1000 is the latest addition to the Thinkware range. It boasts a 4k UHD front facing camera and is available with options for rear camera and radar accessory.
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Bringing dash cameras to a whole new level the Thnkware U1000 is so much more than just a camera.
The 4K Ultra HD forward facing camera offers a detailed image of surroundings and benefits from 150° wide angle lens. Coupled with some clever software built into the unit, the dash camera system can make adjustments giving the best possible picture even in the most difficult lighting.
Take full advantage of features like:-
Super night vision 2.0: As the name would suggest this mode will enhance a dark or low light image. Using Image Signal Processing technology you can rely on a quality video in any situation.
Wide Dynamic Range: In normal driving conditions it may be quite common for light levels to change maybe direct sunlight, traveling from a dark tunnel to normal daylight, or maybe just shadows from surroundings, an average crash camera would fail, dazzled by the light. The WDR function corrects the balance of colour keeping the image clear to record.
Automatic Exposure: Headlights or strong sunlight can cause a problem to some dashboard cameras, causing overexposure resulting in a blurred image. The Automatic Exposure function makes adjustments to the image keeping it clear.
Using the Thinkware U1000 the dashcam system couldn’t be easier. It’s pretty much automatic, the system change modes depending on vehicle state.
- So let’s say your start your journey, Jump in your car, van, motorhome whatever vehicle you drive as soon as the ignition is turned on the camera will recognize this and switch to “continuous record mode”. Dashcam is now recording and saving the video in one-minute segments on auto loop.
- Traveling down the road, the vehicle jolts, could be as simple as a pothole in the road or could well be a collision. This movement is picked up by the 3-axis G-sensor as an incident “Incident Recording Mode”. The video recording is marked and flagged 10 seconds before and 10 seconds after the trigger for later analysis.
- As you continue you park in a car park and stop the engine. “Energy saving mode” is engaged moments after the ignition is turned off. The crash camera will go to sleep turning off anything that may consume the battery power unnecessarily. The camera is still on guard should the G-sensor pick up movement the camera will wake and start recording for the next 20-second period.
- While your sitting in your vehicle you notice someone acting a bit suspicious one press of the manual record button and the system wakes and acts as a video recorder.
What else can it do?
The Thinkware cloud app makes accessing your videos easy, simply log in and download the footage. Live footage can be viewed via your smartphone, tablet, or pc. Should the unthinkable happen, and the G-sensor picks up a force greater than 3g while driving the DVR will automatically send a push notification alert of the impact to the user’s smartphone logged in to the THINKWARE CLOUD app.
A 20 seconds video of the incident (10 seconds before and after the incident) is also saved on the THINKWARE CLOUD server, and a push notification alert of the video is sent to the user, which can be stored for later and downloaded from the app.
Using the same cloud-based app a “locate vehicle” and “Geo-fencing” feature can detail information every 10 seconds, information such as Current location, Speed, and Direction which integrated with google maps.
Geo-fencing is a virtual bubble that can be drawn around a location, should your vehicle go in or out of the bubble a push notification is sent via the app.
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Super Night Vision 2.0