|The full-HD cameras are decked out with G-sensor accident detection, a vehicle safety system that detects sudden acceleration, collisions and safeguards from fraudulent insurance claims.|
The Navigator HD Dash Camera sports a wide-angle 140-degree lens, recording full-HD 1080p video, photos and audio in real-time, with the ability to capture license plates.
"Drivers will never miss an incident, as the camera auto-records when the engine is turned on and when motion is detected," Swann states.
"The included GPS locator tracks exact movements and places, with detailed time and location data stamped on the footage. Using the Navigator GPS software on a computer or tablet, users can also easily check driving routes and speed information on the map."
Swann states that set-up only takes a few minutes, with unobtrusive suction mounting to a vehicle's windscreen, while USB connectivity allows transfer of footage to a computer and battery recharge. In addition to the Navigator HD Dash Camera, each box includes a car suction mount, car charger, 4 m cable and USB-to-mini-USB cable.
Meanwhile, the the Economy HD Dash Camera also offers full-HD 1080p video and audio in real-time, USB connectivity, a wide-angle 140-degree lens and auto-recording.
In addition to the Economy HD Dash Camera, each box includes a car suction mount, car charger, 3.4 m power cable and a USB-to-mini-USB cable.
The Navigator HD Dash Camera is available at Costco for $149, including an 8 GB SD card, and the Economy HD Dash Camera is available at Bunnings for $89.