Kenwood DRV-320 HD Dash Cam with Motion Detection
The Kenwood DRV-320 features a full HD video recording is available in a compact design to document any occurrence or disturbance you may come across while driving your vehicle. A gyro sensor will automatically detect when there is an event and separate a portion of memory within the 16GB SD card for viewing.
The Kenwood DRV-320 dash cam delivers a solid dash-cam experience, giving you smooth HD video of your daily drive and a handy theft deterrent when you’re parked. The fully automated camera will start recording once the engine is turned on and stop when the engine is turned off. Just mount it to your windshield with the included adhesive-backed mount and power it with the included vehicle adapter.
Full HD Recording
Record high-resolution smooth videos at Full HD (1920 x 1080) while keeping the file size small with H.264 technology.
Recording at 27 frames a second creates a natural and progressively smooth video.
Security when parked
When the ignition is off, the DRV-320 is still working for you. The built-in G-Sensor will wake your dash cam if your car is bumped and begin recording to catch any action in front of your windshield. The cam’s running security light can also work as a theft deterrent, making your car a not-so-easy target.
Extensive Recording Function
With latest motion detection technology, DRV-320 automatically activates and records video when motion is detected near the front of the vehicle. During parking mode, the security indicator will have a deterrent effect against car theft or vandalism.
Kenwood is a leading developer and manufacturer of consumer electronics and communications equipment.
Kenwood has a reputation for bringing important new products to the consumer electronics market. The company built the first audio/video amplifier for home theater back in 1981. Kenwood also created the first anti-theft car cassette deck that could be slid out of the dash; the first with an automatic broadcast sensor system and automatic noise reduction; the first with 24 presets; and the first polypropylene speaker cones. Over the years, Kenwood engineers have invented dozens of new technologies later copied by others.
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