Blaupunkt driving video recorder BP 7.1 2-channel comes with not one, but two cameras with good price. There is the frontal view dashcam to keep an eye on the road ahead of you and then, there is the rear-view video recorder that records what you cannot see when your eyes are on the road.


Offline ADAS
Advanced Driver Assistance System or ADAS is one of the most prominent features that is being incorporated in almost every dashcam these days. This feature keeps the driver to be more cautious when driving on the road. Having this device also helps in reducing and preventing minor accidents that could occur due to carelessness. What makes BP 7.1 special is the offline ADAS function. BP 7.1 does not require GPS function, of course it is still available for those who wish to have it. The ADAS setting in BP 7.1 supports Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) and Front Vehicle Start Alert (FVSA). LDWS warns the driver if it detects car skidding away from the lane. This is useful especially when the driver is fatigue. FVSA works to alert the driver when the car ahead is on the move. This is especially useful during traffic light stops.


Versatility of the driving video recorder
There are many features installed in the dashcams, sufficient enough to be an aid for the user at the right time. For instance, the G-sensor, also known as the accelerometer, is an intelligent function where it initiates the recordings to be saved when there is impact of collision, drastic change in speed sudden breaks and the change in speed outside the car. There is also an alarm, feature of driver fatigue and motion detection. Let’s not forget the SOS function installed in the dashcam where the videos that are saved during the SOS will never be erased under any circumstances. And once the video is saved, it will be backed up automatically, so you don’t have to worry about having the videos erased as such videos will be prioritized for in the memory and the video format of the recordings are in MP4.
Being too cautious, some users are required to install the parking monitoring device for their vehicles but with Blaupunkt driving video recorder BP8.0, the dashcam supports this feature with such ease, so you don’t have to spend much on it.

Blaupunkt driving video recorder BP 7.1 as the eyes on the road
The LCD display screen is 3.5’’, which means that the viewing angle is 120° for the frontal camera and about 110° for the rear-view camera. The front-view camera is about 5 Megapixel and the rear-view camera is about 2 Megapixel and they are in full HD. The user can be able to see everything without rotating their heads. The dashcam supports up to 64GB SDHC, not limiting your recordings at all and with good resolution of 1440P for frontal view camera and 1080P for rear-view camera. You can record anything with the BP 7.1 with video format of AVI (TAT).
In the night, where the lighting is low, Blaupunkt BP 7.1 is still able to pick up the number plate display with full clarity, regardless the quality of the light. Some dashcams with LED installation is said to provide better lighting for the video recording to take place but the truth is, this will blind the drivers ahead of us and reflection through the windshield will take place. The car’s headlights are actually quite good enough This dashcam does not only favours you visually but via audio as well. In other words, there is a built-in speaker within the dashcam to help it pick up audio resilience from the videos, even providing a strong evidence for accident cases without low quality videos, especially if its night time. Who knows, you might even pick up your friend’s horrible singing.


24-Hour Monitoring
BP 7.1 can keep recording up to 24 hours straight even when the car is not under ignition. This enables the user to keep an eye on the possible vulnerable surrounding the vehicle gets exposed to when the driver is not around. The device is connected to the car battery through the hardwire cable which provided continuous power supply that keeps the device running as long as the device get powered up by the car battery.


Choosing the right driving video recorder
There are many dashcams with various backgrounds and prices out there. Some are cheap but with low quality and some are way too expensive, not fitting in the range of our budget. Blaupunkt offers reasonable prices for the dashcams and effortless applications for the users with full safety guarantee as the cameras pick up what is ahead of you and what is behind you. Blaupunkt driving video recorder BP 7.1 2-channels are available worldwide, with good quality and good price.

 


Blaupunkt BP7.1 Digital video recorder is a 2-channel camera, also known as the dashcam. Dashcam is a gadget that records videos as long as needed while the car engine is still turned on. The BP7.1 is capable of 24-hour monitoring feature as the power supply can be connected to the car battery for a long run.  

Specifications

  • Front : 5 megapixels,
  • Rear : 2 megapixels
  • Display : 3.5” LCD touch screen
  • Lens type : Front 120° & Rear 110° wide viewing angle
  • Camera resolution : Front : 1920 x 1080 (30fps) Rear : 1280 x 720 (15fps)
  • Video format : AVI (TAT)
  • Built-in G-sensor
  • Built-in microphone
  • Built-in speaker
  • Loop recording (Fixed : 62MB/60sec)
  • Format-free technology
  • High temperature cut-off
  • Low car battery voltage cut-off
  • Support 24-hour monitoring with
  • Smart motion detection (Fixed : 20MB/20sec/30fps) or Time-lapse (2 frame instead of 30 frame per recording)
  • Display shutdown supported
  • Support up to 64GB micro SD, class 10 & above
  • Offline Advanced Driver-assistance System (ADAS) supported
  • Size : Front 109 x 74.7 x 31.1mm, Rear 50.8 x 31mm
  • Weight : Front 97g, Rear 19g

Accessories

  • Micro SD card
  • Card reader
  • 3M bracket
  • Hardwire cable
  • Rear DVR cable
  • Manual
  • Optional:Location Tracker


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