Blackvue DR750S 2CH IR Infrared Dual Channel Dash Cam!… (Standard)

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Blackvue Infrared Dash Cam Perfect For Taxi Cabs!

Blackvue DR750S 2CH IR Infrared Dual Channel Dash Cam is the ultimate high-end dash camera, perfect for UBER/LYFT ride-share drivers who are looking for premium quality dash cams.

It comes with all the features that BlackVue DR750S-2CH has; however, this package comes with an infrared interior camera that can capture interior of your car regardless of what time of the day it is.

The BlackVue DR750S-2CH IR includes the standard DR750S front facing dash cam capable of capturing video at not just at full HD 1080p resolution, but also at 60 frames per second.

The DR750S-2CH IR’s second channel Infrared Camera secures the interior of your vehicle with its wide 145-degree wide angle lens. The inconspicuous infrared LEDs automatically activate based on ambient light levels, giving you the ability to record footage, for your peace of mind, even in pitch black lighting conditions.

The DR750S also has built-in WiFi and GPS, overlaying location and speed data in your video should you desire. The WiFi feature lets you connect your dash cams to your smartphone or tablet, giving you the ability to quickly make changes to settings, set your preferred camera viewing angles, or download video footage off the cameras.