Every year, dash cams are gaining appeal among professional drivers such as for taxis, buses, private hires, and commercial ones, due to their benefits of providing optimum protection in the car and the road ahead. This surging appeal for dashcams has led companies like Transcend to develop dash cams with innovative features such as their DrivePro 520. The DrivePro 520 not only provides added in-car safety but also boasts other features that are useful for anyone who rides on four wheels.
Top-of-the-Line Dual Lens Camera
Enhance your in car-safety with the Transcend DrivePro 520’s dual lens camera that allows you to record both what’s happening in the interior of your car and the road ahead of you. Its front camera can adjust to various lighting conditions. Meanwhile, its rear camera hosts a rotatable design up to 180 degrees that will add more safety to your trips and in-car situations as you record them.
Cutting-Edge Rotatable Rear Camera
With the Transcend DrivePro 520’s rotatable rear camera comes four infrared LEDs which enable excellent in-car recording in dimly-lit settings or at night. As the rear camera detects low-light, it automatically triggers the infrared LEDs so you can then do your rear image recording for additional in-car safety.
If worse comes to worst when you crash your car, do not fret because the Transcend DrivePro 520 has a motion G-sensor that is capable of detecting the impact and automatically turns on emergency recording mode. Not to mention, it does not overwrite the recording made prior to the collision. Moreover, you can manually activate this feature on the side of the device by pushing the red button.
Powerful GPS Receiver
Another feature where the Transcend DrivePro 520 excels is its GPS receiver. It is helpful when recording video footages as it logs GPS coordinates, time, and date. Along with a DrivePro toolbox on a PC, drivers will see the paths they passed through of their entire journey. Such information is important to emergency road services to accurately point their location during an incident. Aside from that, insurance companies or the police can use such details to determine who’s at fault after a car accident.