Uniden Dash View 30 Dash Cam

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      Uniden Dash View 30 Dash Cam

      In the first of the next generation series of smart dash cameras introduced by Uniden, the ultra-compact Dash View 30 features a 2.5K Video Resolution Front Camera providing a 140-degree wide angle lens. The addition of Sony’s Starvis Image Sensor provides back-illuminated pixel technology used in CMOS image sensors for optimum video quality and with WDR allowing you to capture clearer vision in bright and low light environments. This premium technology ensures the Dash View 30 deliver high video quality in visible-light and near infrared light regions.

      The Dash View 30 features a supercapacitor, providing a longer battery lifespan and holding enough backup power to ensure any recording in progress is safely stored before the camera is powered off. With a larger range of operating temperatures than a traditional lithium-ion battery, the supercapacitor is ideal for users operating the Dash View 30 in areas with harsh Australian climate conditions.

      What makes this Dash Cam so special is the WiFI Function (2.4Ghz/5GHz), allowing you to directly transfer footage, preview and even record via your smartphone or tablet using the free Uniden app for the dash cam. This is a handy feature as you don’t have to take the micro sd card in and out to retrieve footage and it can be done while in the car after each event or journey.

      The Speed & Red Light Camera Warnings are built into the Dash Cam alerting you while driving of upcoming fixed speed cameras and red light cameras to remind drivers to slow down.

      Another handy feature of the Dash View 30 is the WDR function which balances the light on days of high contrast, or at night when lights are bright, giving you sharper footage and great clarity. The footage lock protection feature means the footage is safe and won’t easily be deleted.

      Included in the Dash View 30 is a hard wire kit to enable the Parking Mode feature. This is ideal in Shopping Centres and Parking Lots allowing you to record when your car is parked and the engine is switched off, the inbuilt sensor detects sudden vibration which will wake the hibernated Dash Cam and switch it on to start recording for a limited time.

      With a sleek, high quality and a compact design the Dash View 30 is an excellent choice for Smart Dash Cams. With a brand with over 50 years of engineering excellence, the Uniden Dash Cam range is the obvious choice.

      Capture crisp and detailed video in bright and low-light road conditions with the release of Uniden’s state-of-the-art voice guidance Dash View 30 Smart Dash Cam.

      Uniden Dash View 30 Dash Cam Features:
        • Sony Starvis Sensor - Super crisp 2.5k Footage.
        • 140-degree viewing angle.
        • Parking mode functionality available.
        • Camera warnings (Speed & Red Light).
        • Dual Band WiFi.
        • 2 Year Warranty.


          Japanese Quality and engineered for Australia.
          2.5K 30fps Video Resolution Front Camera
          Built in Dual Band Wifi 2.4-5GHz for Fast Data Transfer
          Safety Speed/Red Light Camera Warnings
          Energy Saving Smart Parking Mode (Records In 60 Second Blocks)
          140° Wide Angle Front & Rear Cameras with Sony Starvis Sensor
          Includes Multi Level Cell 32GB High Endurance SD Card
          Voice Guidance
          Windows/Mac Viewer
          Built in GPS
          Built in G Sensor
          Loop Recording
          Event Recording
          2 Year Warranty (SD card and accessories 6 months)

          What's In The Box?
          1 X Dash View 30
          1 X 32GB MLC High Endurance Micro SD Card
          1 X Hardwire Kit
          1 X Sticker Mount Brackets
          1 X 3M Cigarette Charger
          2 X Protection Film


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