Next Base In-Car 2.7-Inch Cam

Don't get caught out ever again thanks to the In-Car dashcam! Offering crystal clear 1080p recording, with WiFi and GPS functions, this dashcam is there when you need it most, and with video locking technology to ensure G-shock recorded events aren't re-writable, this little guy truly has your wallet covered. It even has motion detection technology to catch criminals or accidental car park damage when you're not around.  

Features:

  • Nextbase In-Car 2.7-Inch Cam
  • Model no: NEXT-4063
  • Colour: Black
  • Package contents
    • Next Base Cam
    • USB Car charger
    • Micro USB cable
    • Dashcam mount
    • Manual
  • Display resolution: 1080p Full HD
  • Screen: 2.7" LCD
  • Lens: 6G
  • Advanced 150° Wide Angle Range view
  • G-Shock sensor built-in
  • Automatically saves non-rewritable footage in the event of a crash
  • Motion detection technology
  • Day/night high quality filming - Sony image sensor enchances nightvision
  • Automatically records while driving
  • Superior low-light compensation
  • Instantly share & upload footage with WiFi compatability
  • Don't get caught out - instant evidence for insurance claims
  • In-built rechargeable battery & microphone
  • Supports Micro SD cards up to 64GB (not included)
  • Compatibility: Windows OS & iOS - playback software included
  • USB car charger support Android and iPhone 5 and up
  • Video output: HDMI
  • Video format: MOV.
  • Video duration: 3 mins per file (default setting)
  • Loop recording settings:
    • 2 minutes
    • 3 minutes
    • 5 minutes
  • Ports: Micro USB
  • Power: 12-24V 
  • Battery life (approx.): 400 times cycle
  • Dimensions: (approx. mm): N/A
  • Country of origin: N/A
  • 12-MONTH MANUFACTURER WARRANTY

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14 July 2017

Fantastic Item

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25 April 2017

This product is amazing

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20 April 2017

Feature-packed and very compact.

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22 March 2017

Amazing

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18 September 2017