Navitel RS2 DUO presented. This is a new dual camera video recorder

Navitel RS2 DUO is a video recorder whose main camera records in FHD resolution of 30 fps and has a viewing angle of 136 degrees. In addition, the Sony 307 STARVIS sensor allows you to capture a detailed image even in night conditions. There is also an IPS display with a diagonal of two inches. In turn, the internal camera is the same sensor, as well as infrared LEDs. The camera records in two modes – automatic color and black and white and has 143 degree viewing angle.

The rest of the footage is under the video window

The entire video recorder is also equipped with a parking mode, which is responsible for the automatic activation of the camera and registration in case of collision detection. Added to this is the WDR technology, which allows you to record in difficult conditions. The RS2 DUO supports memory cards up to 256 GB, so you can fit a lot of material before replacing it. In the set sold for PLN 599, in addition to the video recorder, you will also find a car holder, 12/24 V charger, mini USB cable, microfiber cloth, instructions, warranty card and a navigation license for a smartphone or tablet with a map of 47 countries.

NAVITEL RS2 DUO

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NAVITEL RS2 DUO

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