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New Drive HD DASH Series Cams by Cobra Now Available

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This second generation of Drive HD Dash Cams would be the most technology packaged, user-friendly and trustworthy dash cams yet. All new DASH Series versions will comprise an ultra-wide 160° lens to capture 1296P Super HD video. Footage is optimized to reduce warmth, provide crystal clear presence of license plates, and supply unparalleled night time recording. DASH Series versions are packed with features such as loop recording, G-Sensor accident protection, innovative parking style and automobile date/time. Extreme Temperature Protection uses a supercapacitor to function in much in the harshest conditions. The DASH Series lineup of cameras also includes Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS) by supplying drivers warnings should they ramble lanes (Lane Departure Warning System) or encounter an item too fast (Forward Collision Warning System). The DASH 2216D and DASH 2316D are double view versions which have another rear camera which enables rear and front simultaneous recording. The comprised Y-Splitter and 14-foot extender cable allow your back camera to observe the inside of the car or the street behind. Exclusive video editing software allows for seeing front and back video concurrently in addition to cropping or merging clips. This innovative technology provides alerts to upcoming speed and red-light cameras, live authorities places and warning places. With more than 3 million downloads and 7.5 million particular alarms a month, these motorist alarms are updated instantly by additional iRadar users around the street. Along with iRadar integration, the DASH 2308 and DASH 2316D pull speed and location information in the smartphone and upload it into movie files onto the dashboard camera. Route information is then displayed on a map view so you can see precisely where the automobile was at any stage when playing back a recording. Date, time, and time zone data are automatically pulled from the telephone to the dashboard cam in order that movie timestamps are almost always accurate. This is particularly beneficial for long road trips or if crossing new time zones.

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