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BLACKVUE BV-DR900S-2CH-16 16GB 4K UHD + FULL HD CLOUD DASHCAM
BLACKVUE BV-DR900S-2CH-16 16GB 4K UHD + FULL HD CLOUD DASHCAM
BLACKVUE BV-DR900S-2CH-16 16GB 4K UHD + FULL HD CLOUD DASHCAM
BLACKVUE BV-DR900S-2CH-16 16GB 4K UHD + FULL HD CLOUD DASHCAM
BLACKVUE BV-DR900S-2CH-16 16GB 4K UHD + FULL HD CLOUD DASHCAM
BLACKVUE BV-DR900S-2CH-16 16GB 4K UHD + FULL HD CLOUD DASHCAM
BLACKVUE BV-DR900S-2CH-16 16GB 4K UHD + FULL HD CLOUD DASHCAM
BLACKVUE BV-DR900S-2CH-16 16GB 4K UHD + FULL HD CLOUD DASHCAM
BLACKVUE BV-DR900S-2CH-16 16GB 4K UHD + FULL HD CLOUD DASHCAM

BLACKVUE BV-DR900S-2CH-16 16GB 4K UHD + FULL HD CLOUD DASHCAM

BLACKVUE BV-DR900S-2CH-16 16GB 4K UHD + FULL HD CLOUD DASHCAM
BLACKVUE BV-DR900S-2CH-16 16GB 4K UHD + FULL HD CLOUD DASHCAM
BLACKVUE BV-DR900S-2CH-16 16GB 4K UHD + FULL HD CLOUD DASHCAM
BLACKVUE BV-DR900S-2CH-16 16GB 4K UHD + FULL HD CLOUD DASHCAM
BLACKVUE BV-DR900S-2CH-16 16GB 4K UHD + FULL HD CLOUD DASHCAM
BLACKVUE BV-DR900S-2CH-16 16GB 4K UHD + FULL HD CLOUD DASHCAM
BLACKVUE BV-DR900S-2CH-16 16GB 4K UHD + FULL HD CLOUD DASHCAM
BLACKVUE BV-DR900S-2CH-16 16GB 4K UHD + FULL HD CLOUD DASHCAM
BLACKVUE BV-DR900S-2CH-16 16GB 4K UHD + FULL HD CLOUD DASHCAM
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Features

  • 4K UHD is four times as many pixels as Full HD*. This is a huge difference, and it shows. License plates can be made out more clearly and from further away.
  • Besides, you don’t need a 4K monitor to appreciate 4K videos. Even on a Full HD monitor, you can zoom in much further without any visible pixilation.
  • HD = 1280×720 pixels (0. 92 million pixels); Full HD = 1920×1080 (2. 07 million pixels) = 2. 25 x HD pixel count 4K UHD = 3840×2160 (8. 29 million pixels) = 4 x Full HD or 9 x HD pixel count

Description

The DR900S-2CH redefines expectations for dashcam video fidelity and storage efficiency. With its 8 MP CMOS sensor in the main camera, the DR900S-2CH captures 4K UHD video. The rear FHD Sony STARVIS image sensor ensures best image quality under any light. Front cam: 8 megapixels sensor / 4K Ultra High Definition (3840×2160 @30FPS). Rear cam: 2.1 megapixels STARVIS sensor / Full HD (1920×1080 @30FPS). The front camera’s ultra-wide 162-degree angle takes full advantage of the 4K UHD resolution. The rear camera records in Full HD at a 139-degree angle with outstanding low-light sensitivity (great for cars with tint). Your BlackVue captures critical details while driving or in Parking Mode. With BlackVue Cloud, check on your car from anywhere, anytime. BlackVue DR900S’ stealthy design incorporates easy access to useful functions. Proximity sensor: toggle audio recording ON and OFF by simply waving your hand in front of it. The sensor can also be configured to trigger Manual Event videos in the settings. Wi-Fi button: turn Wi-Fi ON/OFF (short press), reset your Wi-Fi password (hold until voice prompt, then short press) or format the microSD card (hold until voice prompt, and then hold again). All actions are confirmed by a voice prompt. BlackVue DR900S’ stealthy design incorporates easy access to useful functions. Proximity sensor: toggle audio recording ON and OFF by simply waving your hand in front of it. The sensor can also be configured to trigger Manual Event videos in the settings. Wi-Fi button: turn Wi-Fi ON/OFF (short press), reset your Wi-Fi password (hold until voice prompt, then short press) or format the microSD card (hold until voice prompt, and then hold again). All actions are confirmed by a voice prompt. BlackVue DR900S’ stealthy design incorporates easy access to useful functions. Proximity sensor: toggle audio recording ON and OFF by simply waving your hand in front of it. The sensor can also be configured to trigger Manual Event videos in the settings. Wi-Fi button: turn Wi-Fi ON/OFF (short press), reset your Wi-Fi password (hold until voice prompt, then short press) or format the microSD card (hold until voice prompt, and then hold again). All actions are confirmed by a voice prompt. BlackVue DR900S’ stealthy design incorporates easy access to useful functions. Proximity sensor: toggle audio recording ON and OFF by simply waving your hand in front of it. The sensor can also be configured to trigger Manual Event videos in the settings. Wi-Fi button: turn Wi-Fi ON/OFF (short press), reset your Wi-Fi password (hold until voice prompt, then short press) or format the microSD card (hold until voice prompt, and then hold again). All actions are confirmed by a voice prompt. 4K UHD Customizable Proximity Sensor Recording LED & Speaker Wi-Fi (ON/OFF) / Format Outstanding image quality beyond compare. Crisp license plate capture DR900S-2CH’s rear Full HD Sony STARVIS image sensor ensures best image quality under any light. You get 4 times bigger and better images without sacrificing recording time. The GPS adds location and speed data to your videos. The dual-band 2.4/5GHz Wi-Fi module can achieve much faster connection speed, which allows you to transfer videos to your phone. Connect to your BlackVue anytime, from anywhere in the world with BlackVue Cloud. Enjoy remote Live View and Push Notifications to your phone. Back up important videos to the Cloud remotely. Play and download videos from your dashcam’s memory or the Cloud from anywhere. Enjoy Two-way Voice Communication with the driver from the app through the BlackVue’s integrated speaker and mic. Enable Parking Mode monitoring and protect your vehicle's battery. Timer and Voltage cut-off functions / Parking Mode switch Enjoy Parking Mode recording without hardwiring your dashcam. No installation required (Plug & Play) Power your dashcam in Parking Mode for longer. Protect your vehicle’s battery. Connect an Expansion Battery to the Power Magic Ultra Battery to more than double your capacity and Parking Mode time.


Manufacturer BLACKVUE


Brand Blackvue


Model BV-DR900S-2CH-16


Item Weight 1.45 pounds


Product Dimensions 3 x 1 x 1 inches


Item model number BV-DR900S-2CH-16


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Manufacturer Part Number DR900S-2CH


Cover Included Camera^Bracket^Hardware^Cable^Harness


ASIN B07CZ1C6B5


UNSPSC Code 25170000


Customer Reviews 4.1 out of 5 stars 72 ratings 4.1 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #29,445 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #308 in Car On-Dash Mounted Cameras


Date First Available May 9, 2018


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Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Features

  • 4K UHD is four times as many pixels as Full HD*. This is a huge difference, and it shows. License plates can be made out more clearly and from further away.
  • Besides, you don’t need a 4K monitor to appreciate 4K videos. Even on a Full HD monitor, you can zoom in much further without any visible pixilation.
  • HD = 1280×720 pixels (0. 92 million pixels); Full HD = 1920×1080 (2. 07 million pixels) = 2. 25 x HD pixel count 4K UHD = 3840×2160 (8. 29 million pixels) = 4 x Full HD or 9 x HD pixel count

Description

The DR900S-2CH redefines expectations for dashcam video fidelity and storage efficiency. With its 8 MP CMOS sensor in the main camera, the DR900S-2CH captures 4K UHD video. The rear FHD Sony STARVIS image sensor ensures best image quality under any light. Front cam: 8 megapixels sensor / 4K Ultra High Definition (3840×2160 @30FPS). Rear cam: 2.1 megapixels STARVIS sensor / Full HD (1920×1080 @30FPS). The front camera’s ultra-wide 162-degree angle takes full advantage of the 4K UHD resolution. The rear camera records in Full HD at a 139-degree angle with outstanding low-light sensitivity (great for cars with tint). Your BlackVue captures critical details while driving or in Parking Mode. With BlackVue Cloud, check on your car from anywhere, anytime. BlackVue DR900S’ stealthy design incorporates easy access to useful functions. Proximity sensor: toggle audio recording ON and OFF by simply waving your hand in front of it. The sensor can also be configured to trigger Manual Event videos in the settings. Wi-Fi button: turn Wi-Fi ON/OFF (short press), reset your Wi-Fi password (hold until voice prompt, then short press) or format the microSD card (hold until voice prompt, and then hold again). All actions are confirmed by a voice prompt. BlackVue DR900S’ stealthy design incorporates easy access to useful functions. Proximity sensor: toggle audio recording ON and OFF by simply waving your hand in front of it. The sensor can also be configured to trigger Manual Event videos in the settings. Wi-Fi button: turn Wi-Fi ON/OFF (short press), reset your Wi-Fi password (hold until voice prompt, then short press) or format the microSD card (hold until voice prompt, and then hold again). All actions are confirmed by a voice prompt. BlackVue DR900S’ stealthy design incorporates easy access to useful functions. Proximity sensor: toggle audio recording ON and OFF by simply waving your hand in front of it. The sensor can also be configured to trigger Manual Event videos in the settings. Wi-Fi button: turn Wi-Fi ON/OFF (short press), reset your Wi-Fi password (hold until voice prompt, then short press) or format the microSD card (hold until voice prompt, and then hold again). All actions are confirmed by a voice prompt. BlackVue DR900S’ stealthy design incorporates easy access to useful functions. Proximity sensor: toggle audio recording ON and OFF by simply waving your hand in front of it. The sensor can also be configured to trigger Manual Event videos in the settings. Wi-Fi button: turn Wi-Fi ON/OFF (short press), reset your Wi-Fi password (hold until voice prompt, then short press) or format the microSD card (hold until voice prompt, and then hold again). All actions are confirmed by a voice prompt. 4K UHD Customizable Proximity Sensor Recording LED & Speaker Wi-Fi (ON/OFF) / Format Outstanding image quality beyond compare. Crisp license plate capture DR900S-2CH’s rear Full HD Sony STARVIS image sensor ensures best image quality under any light. You get 4 times bigger and better images without sacrificing recording time. The GPS adds location and speed data to your videos. The dual-band 2.4/5GHz Wi-Fi module can achieve much faster connection speed, which allows you to transfer videos to your phone. Connect to your BlackVue anytime, from anywhere in the world with BlackVue Cloud. Enjoy remote Live View and Push Notifications to your phone. Back up important videos to the Cloud remotely. Play and download videos from your dashcam’s memory or the Cloud from anywhere. Enjoy Two-way Voice Communication with the driver from the app through the BlackVue’s integrated speaker and mic. Enable Parking Mode monitoring and protect your vehicle's battery. Timer and Voltage cut-off functions / Parking Mode switch Enjoy Parking Mode recording without hardwiring your dashcam. No installation required (Plug & Play) Power your dashcam in Parking Mode for longer. Protect your vehicle’s battery. Connect an Expansion Battery to the Power Magic Ultra Battery to more than double your capacity and Parking Mode time.


Manufacturer BLACKVUE


Brand Blackvue


Model BV-DR900S-2CH-16


Item Weight 1.45 pounds


Product Dimensions 3 x 1 x 1 inches


Item model number BV-DR900S-2CH-16


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Manufacturer Part Number DR900S-2CH


Cover Included Camera^Bracket^Hardware^Cable^Harness


ASIN B07CZ1C6B5


UNSPSC Code 25170000


Customer Reviews 4.1 out of 5 stars 72 ratings 4.1 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #29,445 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #308 in Car On-Dash Mounted Cameras


Date First Available May 9, 2018


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • 4K UHD is four times as many pixels as Full HD*. This is a huge difference, and it shows. License plates can be made out more clearly and from further away.
  • Besides, you don’t need a 4K monitor to appreciate 4K videos. Even on a Full HD monitor, you can zoom in much further without any visible pixilation.
  • HD = 1280×720 pixels (0. 92 million pixels); Full HD = 1920×1080 (2. 07 million pixels) = 2. 25 x HD pixel count 4K UHD = 3840×2160 (8. 29 million pixels) = 4 x Full HD or 9 x HD pixel count

Description

The DR900S-2CH redefines expectations for dashcam video fidelity and storage efficiency. With its 8 MP CMOS sensor in the main camera, the DR900S-2CH captures 4K UHD video. The rear FHD Sony STARVIS image sensor ensures best image quality under any light. Front cam: 8 megapixels sensor / 4K Ultra High Definition (3840×2160 @30FPS). Rear cam: 2.1 megapixels STARVIS sensor / Full HD (1920×1080 @30FPS). The front camera’s ultra-wide 162-degree angle takes full advantage of the 4K UHD resolution. The rear camera records in Full HD at a 139-degree angle with outstanding low-light sensitivity (great for cars with tint). Your BlackVue captures critical details while driving or in Parking Mode. With BlackVue Cloud, check on your car from anywhere, anytime. BlackVue DR900S’ stealthy design incorporates easy access to useful functions. Proximity sensor: toggle audio recording ON and OFF by simply waving your hand in front of it. The sensor can also be configured to trigger Manual Event videos in the settings. Wi-Fi button: turn Wi-Fi ON/OFF (short press), reset your Wi-Fi password (hold until voice prompt, then short press) or format the microSD card (hold until voice prompt, and then hold again). All actions are confirmed by a voice prompt. BlackVue DR900S’ stealthy design incorporates easy access to useful functions. Proximity sensor: toggle audio recording ON and OFF by simply waving your hand in front of it. The sensor can also be configured to trigger Manual Event videos in the settings. Wi-Fi button: turn Wi-Fi ON/OFF (short press), reset your Wi-Fi password (hold until voice prompt, then short press) or format the microSD card (hold until voice prompt, and then hold again). All actions are confirmed by a voice prompt. BlackVue DR900S’ stealthy design incorporates easy access to useful functions. Proximity sensor: toggle audio recording ON and OFF by simply waving your hand in front of it. The sensor can also be configured to trigger Manual Event videos in the settings. Wi-Fi button: turn Wi-Fi ON/OFF (short press), reset your Wi-Fi password (hold until voice prompt, then short press) or format the microSD card (hold until voice prompt, and then hold again). All actions are confirmed by a voice prompt. BlackVue DR900S’ stealthy design incorporates easy access to useful functions. Proximity sensor: toggle audio recording ON and OFF by simply waving your hand in front of it. The sensor can also be configured to trigger Manual Event videos in the settings. Wi-Fi button: turn Wi-Fi ON/OFF (short press), reset your Wi-Fi password (hold until voice prompt, then short press) or format the microSD card (hold until voice prompt, and then hold again). All actions are confirmed by a voice prompt. 4K UHD Customizable Proximity Sensor Recording LED & Speaker Wi-Fi (ON/OFF) / Format Outstanding image quality beyond compare. Crisp license plate capture DR900S-2CH’s rear Full HD Sony STARVIS image sensor ensures best image quality under any light. You get 4 times bigger and better images without sacrificing recording time. The GPS adds location and speed data to your videos. The dual-band 2.4/5GHz Wi-Fi module can achieve much faster connection speed, which allows you to transfer videos to your phone. Connect to your BlackVue anytime, from anywhere in the world with BlackVue Cloud. Enjoy remote Live View and Push Notifications to your phone. Back up important videos to the Cloud remotely. Play and download videos from your dashcam’s memory or the Cloud from anywhere. Enjoy Two-way Voice Communication with the driver from the app through the BlackVue’s integrated speaker and mic. Enable Parking Mode monitoring and protect your vehicle's battery. Timer and Voltage cut-off functions / Parking Mode switch Enjoy Parking Mode recording without hardwiring your dashcam. No installation required (Plug & Play) Power your dashcam in Parking Mode for longer. Protect your vehicle’s battery. Connect an Expansion Battery to the Power Magic Ultra Battery to more than double your capacity and Parking Mode time.


Manufacturer BLACKVUE


Brand Blackvue


Model BV-DR900S-2CH-16


Item Weight 1.45 pounds


Product Dimensions 3 x 1 x 1 inches


Item model number BV-DR900S-2CH-16


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Manufacturer Part Number DR900S-2CH


Cover Included Camera^Bracket^Hardware^Cable^Harness


ASIN B07CZ1C6B5


UNSPSC Code 25170000


Customer Reviews 4.1 out of 5 stars 72 ratings 4.1 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #29,445 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #308 in Car On-Dash Mounted Cameras


Date First Available May 9, 2018


abunda_amazon_reviews This is an updated review, with the latest software updates installed. First, the good: 1. Having two cameras recording on a single Micro SD card is convenient. While BlackVue pretty aggressively tries to sell you cheap Chinese MicroSD cards for a premium price, any MicroSD card will work. I use Samsung EVO 128GB cards without issues. 2. After my initial review, where I said that the dynamic range of the camera is poor, they’ve released a software update, which added what they call “HDR” mode. It’s not the real HDR by any means, but it did improve the daytime dynamic range quite a bit, so on a sunny day the details in both shadows and highlights are resolved much better. The night performance, however, is terrible. Now for the bad parts: 1. The software is INCREDIBLY bad! There’s a setting in the firmware configuration, which allows you to schedule the camera reboots. This alone is a strong indicator of how bad their software is. But even with the scheduled reboots, the camera crashes 2-3 times a day. That’s how terrible the firmware is. 2. The GPS is probably the worst I’ve ever seen in an electronic device. It works maybe about 30% of the time. Even when the car is parked under a wide open sky - the GPS has a very hard time getting a position fix. 3. The G-sensor is terrible: it gets set off even by the slightest bump in the road, or by a loud sounds in the music you’re listening to! Yet, it doesn’t get set off by an actual impact. I’ve had a minor fender-bender about 2 months ago, which the camera did not detect. But every day I get several dozens of impact notifications from just regular driving. Most of those are from the music I’m listening to while driving. 3. Low light (night) performance, as mentioned above, is terrible. No details resolve outside of the headlight cone. Compare that to Sony FDR-X3000, which costs about as much, but shoots video at 4K resolution, and at night with no light it still manages to resolve all the details in the darkest areas of the frame, with very little noise! (Yes. Sony X3000 still has the noise, but it’s very uniform and nearly invisible, when the video is played back) 4. The WiFi connection is very flimsy. When the camera is set up to connect to a 5GHz WiFi network - it takes several minutes for it to connect. When connected - the throughput is very slow, you can’t watch a video from the camera without constant buffering interruptions, even when you connect directly to the camera’s WiFi. If it’s connected to the “cloud” - then watching the video becomes pretty much impossible. 5. The mounts that come with the camera are not adjustable. You can’t move the camera once it’s installed. You can tilt the camera up or down, but not left and right. I had wasted 3 (three!!!) adhesive pads before I could get the front camera leveled and well centered. 6. The iPhone app is really bad. The UI is insanely convoluted, with no apparent logic what’s where. There’s an option to “delete” clips in the clip list menu, but no way to select the clips to delete. Clips can only be imported one at a time, no way to select multiple clips. No way to format the SD card either. 7. When connected to the camera via WiFi directly, the camera “announces” itself as the default router, so no internet connection on your phone, while it’s connected to the camera - just one more indicator as to how clueless the software developers are, in addition to all the software issues I have (and those I have not) mentioned. With all that said, the camera does have a value. It will help you prove your innocence in an insurance dispute. But, if you hope to get any footage off of it for the purposes other than insurance - I suggest you get something like Sony FDR-X3000 camera. Much better image quality, and none of the issues I’ve mentioned above. And it costs about the same. Or you can get 4 (!!!) more reliable dashcams with much, MUCH better software that don’t crash, like Rove 4K, for the same price. This is a good example of how somewhat decent hardware can be ruined by terrible software.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 2, 2019;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Overpriced, buggy.;;Dmitry Nikiforov;;;Pittasoft is the company that owns Blackvue. They increased my monthly plan charge without notifying me first. I sent them a compy of my bank statement showing what the charge had been to them, they said it was not paid to them. I check, double check and triple checked my account ... they just decided to increase my monthly fee. I told them to cancel it, that was three months ago ... still getting charged and they keep saying I have to cancel from the subscribed apps on my phone. I never used my phone to set up their account through and app, I did it with a voice call. Now they announced they will no longer support live casts to Facebook or YouTube. I bought these with that feature, now it is not a feature. DO NOT PURCHASE THIS PRODUCT...nice cameras but the Company will rip you off if they get your Credit Card number. Still, fighting to have them stop charging me, next I have to go to my bank and sign a Fraud Report to get it stopped. A lot of work because they increaed my payment without notification and refuse to stop charging me for a camera that no longer has the features that I purchased.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 25, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Pittasoft is a RIPOFF;;Dave Hardin;;;I bout 16GB one because I have larger Samsung micro SD and luckily I read all warranty details and turned out that you can't use different micro SD card or will be out of warranty, please be careful.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 28, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;missing important warranty information;;Varsham;;;I HAVE SPENT THE LAST FEW WEEKS TRYING TO GET MY CAMERA THAT I PAID ALMOST $600 FOR TO WORK AND ALL I GET IS THE RUNAROUND. WARNING, DO NOT PURCHASE THIS CAMERA AND DO NOT PURCHASE FROM THIS SELLER. YOU ONLY HAVE ONE MONTH TO RETURN IT AND 3 MONTHS FOR REPAIR ASSISTANCE, AFTER THAT, YOU ARE LEFT OUT IN THE DARK LIKE ME.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 5, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;CAMERA BROKEN AFTER 4 MONTHS OF SERVICE "NO CARD FOUND REBOOTING";;Bryan Michaelis;;;I used a service company called calibrated customs for the install since they specialize in Tesla. I couldnt be any more happier. It is easy to connect from android (Note 8) to the balckvue dashcam via wifi. I purchased a Samsung 128gb pro endurance microsd card and it was a flawless install. Make sure you download the blackvue app on your computer and download the latest firmware and save to microsd card.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 24, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Tesla Model 3. Perfect dashcam! Clean installation.;;D|K|L;;;Great dash cam! I have been using it for a few months now. The picture/video quality is really good even at night for both cameras. The speaker volume isn't obnoxious and loud. Setting it up in my car was a bit tricky, but got the job done. Note that it's for my specific car that the setup wasn't super easy. The car has a big sensor box in the middle of the windshield, so the placement of the camera was a bit awkward. All the functions/features work well and so far has not succumbed to 100+ degrees of heat. The camera records sounds quite well too. The smartphone app is also decent. Though just note that changing the camera settings will reboot the camera, which can make reconnecting to the camera's wifi a time-consuming process. One more thing to note, be careful taking out the SD card. It may get stuck sometimes due to the design of the slot. So to prevent that in the first place, just gently push the card to pop it out.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 21, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Money well spent;;Phong Pham

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Top Amazon Reviews


2.0 out of 5 stars
By Dmitry Nikiforov - Reviewed in the United States on March 2, 2019
Overpriced, buggy.
This is an updated review, with the latest software updates installed. First, the good: 1. Having two cameras recording on a single Micro SD card is convenient. While BlackVue pretty aggressively tries to sell you cheap Chinese MicroSD cards for a premium price, any MicroSD card will work. I use Samsung EVO 128GB cards without issues. 2. After my initial review, where I said that the dynamic range of the camera is poor, they’ve released a software update, which added what they call “HDR” mode. It’s not the real HDR by any means, but it did improve the daytime dynamic range quite a bit, so on a sunny day the details in both shadows and highlights are resolved much better. The night performance, however, is terrible. Now for the bad parts: 1. The software is INCREDIBLY bad! There’s a setting in the firmware configuration, which allows you to schedule the camera reboots. This alone is a strong indicator of how bad their software is. But even with the scheduled reboots, the camera crashes 2-3 times a day. That’s how terrible the firmware is. 2. The GPS is probably the worst I’ve ever seen in an electronic device. It works maybe about 30% of the time. Even when the car is parked under a wide open sky - the GPS has a very hard time getting a position fix. 3. The G-sensor is terrible: it gets set off even by the slightest bump in the road, or by a loud sounds in the music you’re listening to! Yet, it doesn’t get set off by an actual impact. I’ve had a minor fender-bender about 2 months ago, which the camera did not detect. But every day I get several dozens of impact notifications from just regular driving. Most of those are from the music I’m listening to while driving. 3. Low light (night) performance, as mentioned above, is terrible. No details resolve outside of the headlight cone. Compare that to Sony FDR-X3000, which costs about as much, but shoots video at 4K resolution, and at night with no light it still manages to resolve all the details in the darkest areas of the frame, with very little noise! (Yes. Sony X3000 still has the noise, but it’s very uniform and nearly invisible, when the video is played back) 4. The WiFi connection is very flimsy. When the camera is set up to connect to a 5GHz WiFi network - it takes several minutes for it to connect. When connected - the throughput is very slow, you can’t watch a video from the camera without constant buffering interruptions, even when you connect directly to the camera’s WiFi. If it’s connected to the “cloud” - then watching the video becomes pretty much impossible. 5. The mounts that come with the camera are not adjustable. You can’t move the camera once it’s installed. You can tilt the camera up or down, but not left and right. I had wasted 3 (three!!!) adhesive pads before I could get the front camera leveled and well centered. 6. The iPhone app is really bad. The UI is insanely convoluted, with no apparent logic what’s where. There’s an option to “delete” clips in the clip list menu, but no way to select the clips to delete. Clips can only be imported one at a time, no way to select multiple clips. No way to format the SD card either. 7. When connected to the camera via WiFi directly, the camera “announces” itself as the default router, so no internet connection on your phone, while it’s connected to the camera - just one more indicator as to how clueless the software developers are, in addition to all the software issues I have (and those I have not) mentioned. With all that said, the camera does have a value. It will help you prove your innocence in an insurance dispute. But, if you hope to get any footage off of it for the purposes other than insurance - I suggest you get something like Sony FDR-X3000 camera. Much better image quality, and none of the issues I’ve mentioned above. And it costs about the same. Or you can get 4 (!!!) more reliable dashcams with much, MUCH better software that don’t crash, like Rove 4K, for the same price. This is a good example of how somewhat decent hardware can be ruined by terrible software.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Dave Hardin - Reviewed in the United States on November 25, 2019
Pittasoft is a RIPOFF
Pittasoft is the company that owns Blackvue. They increased my monthly plan charge without notifying me first. I sent them a compy of my bank statement showing what the charge had been to them, they said it was not paid to them. I check, double check and triple checked my account ... they just decided to increase my monthly fee. I told them to cancel it, that was three months ago ... still getting charged and they keep saying I have to cancel from the subscribed apps on my phone. I never used my phone to set up their account through and app, I did it with a voice call. Now they announced they will no longer support live casts to Facebook or YouTube. I bought these with that feature, now it is not a feature. DO NOT PURCHASE THIS PRODUCT...nice cameras but the Company will rip you off if they get your Credit Card number. Still, fighting to have them stop charging me, next I have to go to my bank and sign a Fraud Report to get it stopped. A lot of work because they increaed my payment without notification and refuse to stop charging me for a camera that no longer has the features that I purchased.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Varsham - Reviewed in the United States on September 28, 2018
missing important warranty information
I bout 16GB one because I have larger Samsung micro SD and luckily I read all warranty details and turned out that you can't use different micro SD card or will be out of warranty, please be careful.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Bryan Michaelis - Reviewed in the United States on August 5, 2019
CAMERA BROKEN AFTER 4 MONTHS OF SERVICE "NO CARD FOUND REBOOTING"
I HAVE SPENT THE LAST FEW WEEKS TRYING TO GET MY CAMERA THAT I PAID ALMOST $600 FOR TO WORK AND ALL I GET IS THE RUNAROUND. WARNING, DO NOT PURCHASE THIS CAMERA AND DO NOT PURCHASE FROM THIS SELLER. YOU ONLY HAVE ONE MONTH TO RETURN IT AND 3 MONTHS FOR REPAIR ASSISTANCE, AFTER THAT, YOU ARE LEFT OUT IN THE DARK LIKE ME.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By D|K|L - Reviewed in the United States on August 24, 2018
Tesla Model 3. Perfect dashcam! Clean installation.
I used a service company called calibrated customs for the install since they specialize in Tesla. I couldnt be any more happier. It is easy to connect from android (Note 8) to the balckvue dashcam via wifi. I purchased a Samsung 128gb pro endurance microsd card and it was a flawless install. Make sure you download the blackvue app on your computer and download the latest firmware and save to microsd card.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Phong Pham - Reviewed in the United States on August 21, 2018
Money well spent
Great dash cam! I have been using it for a few months now. The picture/video quality is really good even at night for both cameras. The speaker volume isn't obnoxious and loud. Setting it up in my car was a bit tricky, but got the job done. Note that it's for my specific car that the setup wasn't super easy. The car has a big sensor box in the middle of the windshield, so the placement of the camera was a bit awkward. All the functions/features work well and so far has not succumbed to 100+ degrees of heat. The camera records sounds quite well too. The smartphone app is also decent. Though just note that changing the camera settings will reboot the camera, which can make reconnecting to the camera's wifi a time-consuming process. One more thing to note, be careful taking out the SD card. It may get stuck sometimes due to the design of the slot. So to prevent that in the first place, just gently push the card to pop it out.

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2.0 out of 5 stars
By Dmitry Nikiforov - Reviewed in the United States on March 2, 2019
Overpriced, buggy.
This is an updated review, with the latest software updates installed. First, the good: 1. Having two cameras recording on a single Micro SD card is convenient. While BlackVue pretty aggressively tries to sell you cheap Chinese MicroSD cards for a premium price, any MicroSD card will work. I use Samsung EVO 128GB cards without issues. 2. After my initial review, where I said that the dynamic range of the camera is poor, they’ve released a software update, which added what they call “HDR” mode. It’s not the real HDR by any means, but it did improve the daytime dynamic range quite a bit, so on a sunny day the details in both shadows and highlights are resolved much better. The night performance, however, is terrible. Now for the bad parts: 1. The software is INCREDIBLY bad! There’s a setting in the firmware configuration, which allows you to schedule the camera reboots. This alone is a strong indicator of how bad their software is. But even with the scheduled reboots, the camera crashes 2-3 times a day. That’s how terrible the firmware is. 2. The GPS is probably the worst I’ve ever seen in an electronic device. It works maybe about 30% of the time. Even when the car is parked under a wide open sky - the GPS has a very hard time getting a position fix. 3. The G-sensor is terrible: it gets set off even by the slightest bump in the road, or by a loud sounds in the music you’re listening to! Yet, it doesn’t get set off by an actual impact. I’ve had a minor fender-bender about 2 months ago, which the camera did not detect. But every day I get several dozens of impact notifications from just regular driving. Most of those are from the music I’m listening to while driving. 3. Low light (night) performance, as mentioned above, is terrible. No details resolve outside of the headlight cone. Compare that to Sony FDR-X3000, which costs about as much, but shoots video at 4K resolution, and at night with no light it still manages to resolve all the details in the darkest areas of the frame, with very little noise! (Yes. Sony X3000 still has the noise, but it’s very uniform and nearly invisible, when the video is played back) 4. The WiFi connection is very flimsy. When the camera is set up to connect to a 5GHz WiFi network - it takes several minutes for it to connect. When connected - the throughput is very slow, you can’t watch a video from the camera without constant buffering interruptions, even when you connect directly to the camera’s WiFi. If it’s connected to the “cloud” - then watching the video becomes pretty much impossible. 5. The mounts that come with the camera are not adjustable. You can’t move the camera once it’s installed. You can tilt the camera up or down, but not left and right. I had wasted 3 (three!!!) adhesive pads before I could get the front camera leveled and well centered. 6. The iPhone app is really bad. The UI is insanely convoluted, with no apparent logic what’s where. There’s an option to “delete” clips in the clip list menu, but no way to select the clips to delete. Clips can only be imported one at a time, no way to select multiple clips. No way to format the SD card either. 7. When connected to the camera via WiFi directly, the camera “announces” itself as the default router, so no internet connection on your phone, while it’s connected to the camera - just one more indicator as to how clueless the software developers are, in addition to all the software issues I have (and those I have not) mentioned. With all that said, the camera does have a value. It will help you prove your innocence in an insurance dispute. But, if you hope to get any footage off of it for the purposes other than insurance - I suggest you get something like Sony FDR-X3000 camera. Much better image quality, and none of the issues I’ve mentioned above. And it costs about the same. Or you can get 4 (!!!) more reliable dashcams with much, MUCH better software that don’t crash, like Rove 4K, for the same price. This is a good example of how somewhat decent hardware can be ruined by terrible software.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Dave Hardin - Reviewed in the United States on November 25, 2019
Pittasoft is a RIPOFF
Pittasoft is the company that owns Blackvue. They increased my monthly plan charge without notifying me first. I sent them a compy of my bank statement showing what the charge had been to them, they said it was not paid to them. I check, double check and triple checked my account ... they just decided to increase my monthly fee. I told them to cancel it, that was three months ago ... still getting charged and they keep saying I have to cancel from the subscribed apps on my phone. I never used my phone to set up their account through and app, I did it with a voice call. Now they announced they will no longer support live casts to Facebook or YouTube. I bought these with that feature, now it is not a feature. DO NOT PURCHASE THIS PRODUCT...nice cameras but the Company will rip you off if they get your Credit Card number. Still, fighting to have them stop charging me, next I have to go to my bank and sign a Fraud Report to get it stopped. A lot of work because they increaed my payment without notification and refuse to stop charging me for a camera that no longer has the features that I purchased.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Varsham - Reviewed in the United States on September 28, 2018
missing important warranty information
I bout 16GB one because I have larger Samsung micro SD and luckily I read all warranty details and turned out that you can't use different micro SD card or will be out of warranty, please be careful.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Bryan Michaelis - Reviewed in the United States on August 5, 2019
CAMERA BROKEN AFTER 4 MONTHS OF SERVICE "NO CARD FOUND REBOOTING"
I HAVE SPENT THE LAST FEW WEEKS TRYING TO GET MY CAMERA THAT I PAID ALMOST $600 FOR TO WORK AND ALL I GET IS THE RUNAROUND. WARNING, DO NOT PURCHASE THIS CAMERA AND DO NOT PURCHASE FROM THIS SELLER. YOU ONLY HAVE ONE MONTH TO RETURN IT AND 3 MONTHS FOR REPAIR ASSISTANCE, AFTER THAT, YOU ARE LEFT OUT IN THE DARK LIKE ME.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By D|K|L - Reviewed in the United States on August 24, 2018
Tesla Model 3. Perfect dashcam! Clean installation.
I used a service company called calibrated customs for the install since they specialize in Tesla. I couldnt be any more happier. It is easy to connect from android (Note 8) to the balckvue dashcam via wifi. I purchased a Samsung 128gb pro endurance microsd card and it was a flawless install. Make sure you download the blackvue app on your computer and download the latest firmware and save to microsd card.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Phong Pham - Reviewed in the United States on August 21, 2018
Money well spent
Great dash cam! I have been using it for a few months now. The picture/video quality is really good even at night for both cameras. The speaker volume isn't obnoxious and loud. Setting it up in my car was a bit tricky, but got the job done. Note that it's for my specific car that the setup wasn't super easy. The car has a big sensor box in the middle of the windshield, so the placement of the camera was a bit awkward. All the functions/features work well and so far has not succumbed to 100+ degrees of heat. The camera records sounds quite well too. The smartphone app is also decent. Though just note that changing the camera settings will reboot the camera, which can make reconnecting to the camera's wifi a time-consuming process. One more thing to note, be careful taking out the SD card. It may get stuck sometimes due to the design of the slot. So to prevent that in the first place, just gently push the card to pop it out.