NEW NAVMAN DASH CAMS DELIVER MORE DETAIL
Navman’s new MiVue730 dash cam and MiVue800 dual cam system both feature built-in GPS tracking — so they’re able to provide you with specific details in the unfortunate event of an accident, including the location and direction in which the crash occurred, as well as the speed you were travelling at the time. This can be viewed on your computer via the MiVue Manager – Navman’s desktop software. Optimised day and night recording also means that the footage should remain bright and clear even when driving at night or in bad weather conditions.
The MiVue800 Dual Cam system includes a second HD camera for the rear of your car to capture any incidents or crashes that happen from behind. Both the cameras record in 1080p video via all-glass lenses to provide better quality footage in all lighting conditions, including at night. A wide 130-degree angle-ofview takes in surroundings including the lanes on either side of the car. A 3-axis G sensor indicates which direction the impact came from, again via the MiVue Manager software.
There are useful additional safety features on both models, such as a headlight reminder which prompts you to turn on your lights when the surroundings start to become darker, and a driver fatigue alert which warns when you have been driving for over two hours. Furthermore, a Parking Mode is available in conjunction with the MiVue Smartbox (which is an additional purchase), enabling the recording of what’s going on around the car to continue when it is left unattended.
“As dash cams increase in popularity, it’s more important than ever to own one, because if an incident occurs, and you don’t have one, another party may be able to present stronger evidence about the event compared to you,” comments Wendy Hammond, Managing Director of Navman Australia. “It’s also vital to purchase a device that does more than just record. Even though we don’t like to think about being involved in an accident, if one does occur there is no point having a dash cam if it doesn’t provide as much quality footage as possible to help you build a strong case for the police and insurance companies.”
The Navman MiVue730 has a 2.0-inch (5.1 cm) screen while the MiVue800 Dual Cam is supplied with a 2.7-inch (6.8 cm) screen. Other key features found on both devices include
The MiVue730 and MiVue 800 Dual Cam are compatible with microSD cards up to 128 GB in storage capacity and both devices are backed by a one year warranty.
Navman Dash Cams Price: MiVue730 $159, MiVue800 Dual Cam for $269 Contact: Navman Australia Link: www.navman.com.au