High Definition Video
(select 1080P for best viewing)
The new BlackVue DR590-1CH dash cam can be installed discretely with its stylish all black design and cylindrical shape. Providing a discrete install, hiding the system from prying eyes coupled with reliable performance.
BlackVue Viewing Software
The BlackVue viewing software can be accessed by inserting the cameras SD card into a PC. The user software enables the user to check footage, change the time zone, adjust user options, playback footage at slow motion and more.
Crystal Clear 1080P Recording
High quality 2.1MP SONY CMOS Lens, offering 1080P Full HD resolution at 60 frames per second. Provides smooth recording with license plate recognition. The user can also choose to increase their cameras bit rate up to 10Mbp/s for increased video quality.
The SONY Starvis Difference
The Sony STARVIS™ image sensor now included in the new DR590-1CH delivers outstanding low-light performance. When activated, it boosts the ISO sensitivity in low light without blowing up the highlights in bright surroundings.
The DR50-1CH uses GPS as an optional extra. A small GPS antennae is plugged into the side of the unit which activates the speed and location recording function. Location of the vehicle is stored on the SD card and can be viewed using Google Maps on PC Playback.
Mac Viewing Software
BlackVue is one of the few dash cam makers on the market to have viewing software for Mac computers. Users can now view, playback footage, adjust settings and store their recordings on Mac computers.
Up to 128gb Card Compatible
With the new BlackVue DR450-1CH, users can now use up to a 128gb Pittasoft* SD card. Store up to 70hrs of HD video recording on mode 720P @ 15FPS.
Parking Mode CCTV
BlackVue systems have the ability to run in Parking Mode, monitoring your car when you’re not around. When wired in with the Power Magic Pro, this mode will activate when the car is off.
LED Light Indicators
Recording status and GPS connectivity LEDs enable the user to know when the system is running smoothly, and when GPS has been connected. The red REC light will also blink when a shock-impact event is detected while driving.