The Whistler D11VR 720p HD Windshield Mount Dash Camera with DVR is great for documenting scenic road trips, monitoring teenagers and driving behavior, and can even help provide accident footage to insurance companies.
The auto dashboard camera and DVR records 720p video and features a 120° viewing angle to capture a wide area.
The easy-to-mount dash camera features a 2.7″ LCD monitor for easy viewing and convenient loop recording.
The dash cam is equipped with a micro HDMI connection and micro SD slot for recording video (supports up to 32GB micro SD). Micro SD card not included
|Camera Resolution (px)||720p|
|Max FOV (degrees)||120|
|Built in Mic||Yes|
|Recording Resolution||720p HD|
|Med Frame Rate (fps)||1080P @ 24fps; 720P @ 30fps|
|SD Card Reader||Yes|
|Storage Capacity (GB)||32|
|Video Offload||Micro SD Card|
|Diagonal Size (in)||2.7" LCD|
|SD Card Included||No|
|Card Reader Type||Micro SD|
|Mounting Bracket Included||Yes|
|Operating Humidity||10% ~ 80%|
|Operating Temperature (F)||32° ~ 104°|
|Connectors||Micro HDMI, AV Output|
|File Name||File Size||File Type|
|DVR Storage Calculator||Determine how much storage you will need for your security DVR.|
|Lens FOV Calculator||Choose from multiple scenarios and focal lengths to find the lens will work for your application.|
|Compare Lens FOVs||This handy FOV calculator will help you in determining which lens is right for your application.|
|Compare IR & Low Light Tech.||See the difference between standard, super low lux, and IR CCTV security cameras.|
|Compare Covert Cameras||Watch our sample videos to see which hidden covert cameras work best for your covert application.|
|Compare Video Frame Rates||Use this tool to compare video frame rate settings on video security DVR products.|
|Voltage Drop Calculator||Calculates the final voltage for each cable gauge.|
|Volts/Watts/Amps Converter||Calculates either the volts, watts or amps if two of the values are known.|
Not accurate description
When taking a picture with this camera at the highest setting (4000 * 3000), it is only 180 DPI. It makes a huge sized file (~1.56 MB). But you cannot read a license plate from 2 car lengths. It is also NOT HD. The only thing the resolution changes is the size of the file, not the actual DPI. 5 Minute files are ~750 MB but raw AVI, no codec, and poor picture.
A comparison is a Samsung digital camera; 1728 * 1152 @ 350 DPI; file size is 765 KB.
It seems this camera just increases the resolution (frame size) of the picture but not the DPI.