Laser Corporation who are market leaders in the value end of the in car crash cam market, has unveiled a range of six new crash cameras.
The Company claims that the new Navig8r X series has been specifically tailored for Australian roads. All models in this new series besides the entry level model, include GPS tracking and 3-axis G-Sensors technology that measures impact force and direction. Each model time stamps and loop records everything on a car trip via Micro-SD card.
Chris Lau, Managing Director of Laser Corporation said “We are thrilled to introduce in-car recording into a sub-$200 crash camera, now GPS tracking can be found in a sub-$100 option for the first time”.
“With road trip season just around the corner, and a lot of people looking to now drive for Uber to supplement their income, the use of one of our new crash cams makes a lot odf sense. Users can record road incidents with great detail and more cost efficiently than ever before”
The new range consists of total of six camera’s including the Navig8r Pro X 818 Crash Camera costing $249.95, Navig8r Wi-Fi X 525 Camera costing $199.95, Navig8r Cab X 717 Dual Crash Camera coasting 199.95, Navig8r Dual X 817 F+R Crash Camera costing $199.95, Navig8r GPS X 616 Crash Camera costing $99.95, and lastly the Navig8r FHDX 307 Crash Camera for $59.95.
These crash cameras are available now at the Laserco website and select retailers nationally. SD cards are not included with camera purchases.