We have been blogging on Habré not so long ago, but many times we were told in the comments: “Yes, good, but expensive, Karl!” Today I want to proudly ask: “Now is not expensive?” And the reason for this is the new Playme Sigma dashcam with GPS information module.
As a video recorder, Playme Sigma records video in Full HD (1080p) format at a frequency of 25 frames per second (the physical resolution of the matrix is 2 megapixels) or in 720p format. The viewing angle is 120 degrees. The device also allows you to take photos with an interpolated resolution of up to 12 megapixels.
Of the useful functions, the DVR uses WDR, which allows you to record video in the same contrast in the dark and daytime. To record incidents, a G-sensor and a motion detector are built into the device. Thanks to this, Playme Sigma has a parking mode. The device independently turns on and records the fragment if the shock sensor is triggered or a new object appears in the field of view.
Video recording occurs cyclically in the selected range (one, two or three minutes). Fragments on which the G-sensor was recorded or the M key was pressed (located on the upper side of the device) are marked as Read only and will not be erased during cyclic recording. However, on a card up to 32 GB, as a rule, a lot of videos fit.