THINKWARE Launches the F70 Dash Cam with New Features
THINKWARE, a world leading dash cam company, announced the launch of its F70 dash cam. An affordable, new addition to THINKWARE’s F-series product line, the F70 is packed with the latest features and offers a sleek design.
The F70 gives drivers an extended view of the road ahead, with a crisp, one channel 1080p full HD resolution and a wide 140-degree angle view. Also equipped with Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) technology, the F70’s range covers a greater span between bright and the dark areas while driving.
THINKWARE designed the F70 with a simplistic, modern concept in mind. The F70 takes into consideration the drivers’ position, as well as the entire interior of the vehicle, with a design that fits discreetly on the front windshield to avoid impeding the driver and passenger view.
For protection when the vehicle is stopped, the F70 comes with Front Vehicle Departure Warning (FVDW). When waiting at an intersection or in traffic, drivers are informed that the vehicle in front of them has started to move, preventing a delayed response and a possible fender bender accident.The F70 offers various recording modes depending on your usage needs. When installed with a hard wire power cable, the camera switches to parking mode when the ignition is switched off, recording events triggered either by motion or impact detection. In normal parking mode it records 10 seconds before the sensor is triggered and 10 seconds after. If a car owner is going away on holiday or leaving the car for long periods of time, the F70 can be set to Energy Saving Parking Recording. This reduces current drain and puts the camera in sleep mode. When an impact is detected, the camera wakes up and records footage for 20 seconds.
In addition, the F70 also offers the following features:
– Various Recording Modes (Continuous/Incident/Manual Recording Mode)
– Thermal Protection System
– Format Free 2.0 Technology
– Memory options of 8, 16, 32 or 64 GB
– Safety Camera Alert
– An optional external GPS antenna