Rexing V5 Plus 4K dash cam enables you to record video of the road ahead, behind, and your vehicle interior area. The 170 degree ultra-wide-angle lenses capture more of the surroundings, and the infrared night vision lets you capture clear footage any time of the day. This UHD 3-channel dash cam also features a parking monitor capability that automatically begins recording after detecting vibrations.
4K Dash cam
The front-facing camera allows you to record 3840 x 2160 (4K) video.
1080p cabin and rear cam
The cabin and rear camera allows you to record FHD video.
3" LCD screen
Provides an interactive interface and high clarity.
Collision detection (G-Sensor)
When the built-in gravity sensor detects a collision, the current video is locked, ensuring that important footage is kept protected. The locked video will be kept safe from being overwritten.
Enhanced night vision
Records incidents any time of the day.
Simply control it with your voice to finish your photo/video taking tasks and more, all hands-free.
Allows you to mark the time, date, location, and speed information to all your recordings without the need for a separate accessory.
Built-in microphones record and add audio to your dash cam videos.
Wi-Fi connect / Mobile app
View, save and share recordings wirelessly on your mobile device by connecting via Wi-Fi to the mobile app.
Wide dynamic range
Allows the camera to perform optimally in any lighting situation by adjusting the exposure to create balanced images and footage.
Power is delivered by a supercapacitor, a premium alternative to a lithium-ion battery, which features an enhanced temperature resistance to hot and cold climates.
Recordings are split into segments. When the storage limit is reached on the memory card, new recordings will automatically overwrite your oldest recordings.
Supports microSD cards up to 256GB (NOT Included).
A:AnswerYes, the V5 interior camera uses infrared for this issue. You can set this function to turn on as needed (auto), or you can set the interior camera to use infrared at all times so that you don't miss any footage due to low light if the infrared hasn't triggered on auto yet. For me, the infrared works great for low light and I have no issues with it.