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Mark Peters : May 10th 2017 - 18:54 CET

Garmin Dash Cam with wide viewing angle

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GarminGarmin Dash Camera with a 180-degree viewing angle : Garmin announced the Dash Cam 65W, its newest dash cam model capable of capturing an exceptional 180-wide-angle field of view to expand the scope of its high-quality 1080p video recording capability. The increased field of view allows drivers to capture even more details from the vehicle’s surroundings such as traffic congestions, road construction and more. The Dash Cam 65W’s wide angle ultimately enhances the way video is captured, shared and viewed. Sleek and compact, the Dash Cam 65W boasts a number of established features found across the Garmin Dash Cam series, including voice control, advanced driver awareness features like red light and speed camera alerts, and forward collision and lane departure warnings to encourage safer driving.
Premium Dash Cam

Premium Dash Cam
A camera-assisted sensor known as the “Go” alert is also built into the Dash Cam 65W to notify drivers when traffic ahead of their vehicle begins to move. As soon as the Dash Cam 65W is plugged in, the device automatically begins to record high quality eyewitness video footage in 1080p, or 720p with a 2.0-inch LCD display screen and a 2.1 megapixel camera.

The automatic incident detection (G-sensor) allows the Dash Cam to save footage on impact, while also adding GPS capabilities for detailed time and location data.

The dash cam also offers a parking mode option (cable sold separately) that feeds constant power to the device when the vehicle is parked and turned off, and automatically begins recording surroundings when motion is detected.

Dash Cam voice control

Garmin Dash Cam with voice control
The inclusion of voice control enables drivers to speak out commands to the new dash cam to start and stop audio recordings, take still pictures, and save videos.

Customers can even speak out commands such as, 'OK Garmin, start Travelapse,' - a video capture feature that compresses hours of video footage into minutes of highlights.

When drivers download the free VIRB mobile app to a compatible smartphone, drivers can use the Dash Cam 65W’s built-in WiFi to wirelessly sync their recorded videos and automatically share them with friends, family or insurance agencies.

Wide viewing angle

For video storage, the premium dash cam includes a 8GB microSD card and can accept replaceable memory cards (Class 10 required) of up to 64GB. The Garmin Dash Camera is expected to be available in June 2017 with a suggested retail price of $249.99. Retail prices vary from country to country.

Garmin Automotive Solutions

Garmin automotive solutions
The Garmin Dash Cam 65W is the latest from the consumer automotive and camera segment of Garmin, the leading worldwide provider of portable navigation devices for automobiles, motorcycles and trucks.

The company’s user-friendly navigation and action camera solutions have innovative features that provide time- and fuel-saving benefits to meet the demands of everyday driving and outdoor living.

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