A dashcam, dashboard camera, car DVR, driving recorder, or event data recorder (EDR) is an onboard camera that continuously records the view through a vehicle’s front windscreen and sometimes rear or other windows. Some dashcams include a camera to record the interior of the car is 360 degrees inside the camera, usually in a ball form and can automatically send pictures and video using 4G.
EDRs and some dashcams also record acceleration/deceleration g-force, speed, steering angle, GPS data, etc.
A wide-angle 130, 170° or more front camera may be attached to the interior windscreen, to the rear-view mirror (clip on), or to the top of the dashboard, by suction cup or adhesive-tape mount. A rear camera is usually mounted in the rear window or in the registration plate, with a RCA Video output to the display monitor/screen.
The resolution will determine the overall quality of the video. Full HD or 1080p (1920×1080) is standard for Dash HD cams. Dash cameras may have 1080p, 1296p, 1440p, or higher definition for a front camera and 720p for a back camera and include f/1.8 aperture and night vision mode.
Dashcams can provide video evidence in the event of a road accident. When parked, dash cams can capture video and picture evidence if vandalism is detected 360° parking monitor and send it to the owner usually employing 4G.
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