2-Channel Dual Recording HD Dash Camera System
- Full 1080p HD Video Quality
- Rear Proximity Monitoring
- STARVIS™ CMOS Sensors
- Wi-Fi® Direct / Smartphone App Control
The Pioneer VREC-Z710DH is a feature-rich, 2-channel, dash camera system featuring a Full HD 1080p dashcam designed for your vehicle’s windshield, in addition to a secondary, Full HD 720p camera for your vehicle’s rear window, capturing video of the road ahead and behind. The front camera boasts a Wide Viewing Angle of 160° to assist in capturing peripheral events. The rear camera records a diagonal viewing angle of 137° using High-Definition Range (HDR) technology to achieve higher camera visual recognition performance in both bright and dark conditions. Both cameras feature a STARVIS™ back-illuminated CMOS sensor that constantly adjusts the image quality producing bright, richly colored videos and identification-level recordings that capture critical details such as license plates, road signs, and traffic signals. Furthermore, Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) allows you to dial in the exposure value for enhanced imagery under low light conditions. Rear Proximity Monitoring (RPM) automatically detects and records vehicles approaching or following too close. Parking Mode and 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 capture and save video 30 seconds before and after an incident is detected. The G-Force motion sensor also activates the Sudden Brake Detection feature, automatically capturing and saving video footage upon abrupt stops. Additional features include a 2" LCD display on the front camera for easy operation, built-in GPS for speed/location/heading/time data acquisition, and Wi-Fi® direct connection to the Pioneer "Dash Camera Interface" smartphone app to access recorded videos, make manual recordings or photos, download recorded data, or change system settings.