Why do You Need a VICTONY Dashcam？
To scare off dishonest people who try to take advantage of you
To provide evidence that’s far more reliable than eyewitness testimony
To save you money in damages and help mitigate potential spikes in your insurance rate
To help you save good memories,catch the beautiful scenery.
1. 4.3 inch big display
2. 1080P HD picture quality
3. Night Vision
4. Waterproof back camera
5. Gravity Sensor
6. Support TF card up to 32GB
7. Support Loop recording
8. 170 degree ultra wide angle lens
9. Motion Detection
1X VICTONY Car Dash Camera
1X 4 LED Back-up Camera
1X User Manual
1X Car Charger
2X Mounting Straps
2X Metal Screws
1X Adhesive Sticker
1X 8GB TF Card
1X Card reader
Front & Rear Dual Recording- Excellent 1080P resolution front camera with 170°wide angle lens+ weatherproof rear cam.When the camera is connected, the device can simultaneously record front and rear view videos.
Picture-in-picture display-The large mirror display screen can display a single image with footage from one camera, or picture-in-picture display from both camera as recorded simultaneously.Front view and rear view videos are displayed on the screen in a picture-in-picture appearance. One-button switch can toggle the display of the two views in either the full screen or the inset window respectively, or turn off the picture-in-picture display.
Gravity Sensor-The built-in gravity sensor will activate the camera in the case of a collision. Whenever an event is detected, the camera will automatically mark the current footage for safekeeping, and will not be overwritten in loop recording. Turn on the parking mode, the cam will come to life and start recording, files are automatically marked for safekeeping whenever an impact is detected.
Loop Recording-Loop recording allows old file to be replaced automatically with new files,Loop recording insures the SD card will never fill up and you will always capture the latest footage.
Easy memory management:Automatic seamless video recording in loop to use the storage efficiently, with the earliest unlocked video clips being overwritten when reaching the storage card’s maximal capacity. (Erasing the oldest recorded videos that are not marked as important.)