Secure complete footage of vehicular incidents with this Insignia Full HD dual dash camera. The 1080p rear-facing and front cameras capture detailed events at different perspectives, and the G-force sensor supports automatic recording upon impact. This Insignia Full HD dual dash camera has a built-in microphone to record audio details of important moments.
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A:AnswerThis camera turns off when the car is turned off. If left plugged into the power source and the user set the GPS and Motion detection settings, the device will record if your car is hit, or if someone walks within view of the camera.
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A:AnswerNo, the rear view is just a small window in screen of the dashcam, and if you swap it out it still won't work because it takes an image of everything towards the back beginning at the camera, so your face and the inside of the car plus looking through the rear and side windows is what is seen.
A:AnswerThe camera will record as long as there is a power source that is active. This is a wired camera and the device must be plugged into a USB/lighter socket using the adapter that comes with the device. When your car is on, the camera records. If your car is off and the accessories are not provided power when off, the camera will turn off. If you would like protection while parked, i.e. footage of incidents, then you should turn on the feature for GPS activation and Motion. GPS will turn the camera on and record if the camera detects an impact. The Motion setting will turn the camera on and record when motion is detected in the camera view. Always ensure that you have a good battery and alternator, and check your vehicle manual regarding accessory power use. Footage is nice, but don't kill your battery by accident.
A:AnswerRecords all the time and will save the recording when it senses an impact so when you review the videos you will see more than just the accident because if you hit a pothole for example, it will save that potion of the video.