WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) function to provide excellent video recording quality with with insufficient lighting
The G-sensor automatically blocks a section of video on impact and stores the blocked videos in the "Event" folder to prevent it from the subsequent rewriting.
Super Capacitor withstands extreme temperatures
Complimentary GPS allows you to track route and speed.
Large 2-inch display TFT LCD features trip function for your safety while driving.
WI-FI function allows you to connect your camera to your phone to watch recorded videos and pictures. Recommendation: Download the TimaCam iOS / Android application on your phone for best experience.
Loop Recording. New recordings will automatically overwrite oldest recordings when the memory card is full.
Stable and safe operation at low and high temperatures
Automatic screen off for safety when driving
|Chipset CPU||Novatek NT 96658|
|Image Sensor||SONY IMX323|
|LCD monitor||2.0 inch. TFT LCD|
|Lens||155 degree wide viewing angle and full 6 layer glass lens with wide aperture of F/2.0|
|Languages||English / Multilanguage|
|Video||H.264 (MOV) / FHD 1920x1080 30fps / 720HD|
|Audio||Built-in microphone and speaker|
|Memory Card||Class 10 Micro SD Card up to 64 (max) / FAT32 format / Recommended- SAMSUNG EVO|
|USB Port||Mini USB|
|Battery Capacity||Supercapacitor 5V/7F|
|Operating Temperature||-20°C to 70°C -4°F to 158°F|
|Wireless Connections||WiFi (between phone and WINNLOGY FX-8 Dash Cam)|
|PC Operation System||Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7+ / Mac|
a dashboard camera
Have a record of your accident
Drivers often have completely different memories and descriptions of an accident. With video proof that you weren’t the driver responsible for a car crash you can save yourself from being found at fault by a car insurance company -- and receiving the higher auto insurance rates that go with that finding.
Get out of a ticket
If you’re stopped for a traffic violation you didn’t commit, offer up your dash cam footage to the law enforcement officer before the ticket is written. If the officer won’t watch it, bring the footage to court to contest the ticket.
Help fight insurance fraud
The FBI estimates that the cost of insurance fraud is more than $40 billion per year. When auto insurers unknowingly settle fraudulent claims, all motorists pay hundreds of dollars extra each year because companies divide the cost of claims among consumers.
Make you a better driver
Reviewing how you drove in the last week can help you see ways to correct driving mistakes, such as braking too hard or switching lanes abruptly.
Being a better driver should lead to a good driving record, which should lead to you obtaining (or keeping) a good driver discount.
Review your teenager’s driving skills
Drivers under the age of 25 have some of the highest car insurance rates due to their lack of experience behind the wheel and tendency to crash and cause claims. Anything you can do to keep your young driver from getting in an accident or from getting a ticket -- either of which is bound to raise your already high rates into the stratosphere -- is well worth the effort.
Have an eye on your unattended vehicle
Most dash cameras have an option that allows you to turn it on standby that permits the camera only to turn on if it feels motion in or around the car. So, if someone breaks into your car or hits your parked car and takes off, you may be able to review the dash cam footage and find the individual responsible.
Capture unexpected events
You may not catch something as astonishing as meteors raining down like Russian dash cam owners captured a few years back; however, you may catch a deer darting out in the road causing your accident, a rockslide that damages your car, or neighbor’s tree that falls on your car during a storm. With that footage in hand, you can show your car insurance company what brought about your claim and may save yourself from a surcharge.