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VREC-DZ700DC

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Description

2-Channel Dual Recording HD Dash Cameras

  • Front and rear Dash Cameras
  • Full 1080P HD Video Quality
  • Built-In GPS and Wi-Fi
  • Smartphone Compatible
  • Night-time Mode
  • Parking Mode and 24/7 Security Mode Detection
The Pioneer VREC-DZ700DC is a 2-Channel Full HD 1080p dual recording dash camera that mounts directly to the inside of the vehicle’s front windscreen, and an HD 1080p compact rearview camera that mounts inside the rear window to capture larger amounts of information on both the road ahead and behind. The 1080p HD front camera with a 2" LCD screen has a diagonal Wide Viewing Angle of 160° recording in Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) for enhanced imagery under low light or night conditions and a 1080p HD rear camera with a diagonal viewing angle of 137° featuring a High-Definition Range (HDR) technology to clearly capture both light and dark conditions at the same time to achieve higher camera visual recognition performance. Both front and rear cameras feature STARVIS™ back-illuminated CMOS sensor technology, constantly adjusting the image quality to produce bright, richly colored imagery, and identification-level images including license plates in dark or near-infrared light regions. Additional features include built-in GPS and Wi-Fi® designed so you can connect your smartphone via the exclusive Pioneer "Dash Camera Interface" app to access recorded videos, stream videos, make manual recordings or photos, download recorded data, or set up the Dash Camera. Parking mode and 24/7 Security Mode allow event recordings even when parked to give you front and rear protection when your vehicle is out of sight. If an incident occurs while in Parking Mode, the built-in 3-axis G-Force motion sensor will detect the vibration and automatically captures and saves video 20 seconds before and after an incident is detected.