The days of witnesses dashing to the scene of motoring accidents may be numbered, as the Dash Cam Dually – a twin-camera dash-mounted device which records car crashes – has arrived on the scene. Quoted as “the final answer to all car cameras”, this innovative product is fitted with a flock of features and software and is perhaps the most reliable eye-witness available on standby, taking the rapidly evolving micro snooping technology market to new heights.
Equipped with two 1.3 megapixel cameras, a digital compass, GPS tracking to monitor speed, direction and exact location, a shock sensor with five level settings that will sense an unexpected change in g-force, this sleek and unobtrusive device is mounted onto a car’s dashboard and from there can trace what is happening inside and outside of the vehicle. The information is recorded onto a 2GB SD card. This ingenious device includes software which shows users camera angles and Google Map locations during playback.
Accidents occurring in the twilight hours don’t thwart the Dually’s vision as the camera is armed with 4 infrared LEDs to light up a vehicle’s interior for capturing nighttime footage, without disturbing the driver or passengers.
Of course the camera’s ability to record multiple impact points and thereby become an indispensable spectator of potential accidents is far from the unit’s only talent. Parents with prying eyes can cunningly become familiar of the driving habits of their teenagers. Equally as devious, employers may also use the camera to their advantage by reducing liability when company cars are involved in collisions.
The Dash Cam Dually can only be described as a remarkable advancement in vehicle surveillance technology, which is a world apart from many of the mainstream and cyclical gadgets currently congesting the marketplace. Although the downside of this twin camera is as it is retailing at a hefty $349-385 (about £237), many motorists may choose to bypass the sophisticated spy mechanism in favor for relying on the old-fashioned means of eye witnesses – Although this more primitive method won’t be able to tell if your kids are speeding about in your car or not!
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