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BlackVue DR900S-2CH Dashcam
Author: Bill Lepse
Manufacturer: BlackVue
Source: BlackVue
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June 08, 2018

A while back we were introduced to Pittasoft when we reviewed the BlackVue DR650S-2CH dashcam. Overall we were quite happy with the performance, but there were a few improvements we would have liked to see. When I recently heard the DR900S-2CH was coming out, I jumped on the chance to look at the new and improved device. The biggest improvement on paper over the DR650 system is now the primary camera is capable of 4K resolution and the rear is 1080P. But is this enough to justify you dropping almost $500 on a two channel dashcam? First let’s look at the features?

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Features and Specifications:

As mentioned, the new BlackVue DR900S-2CH is capable of 4K resolution for the front camera and 1080P for the rear. In my initial review of the DR650S-2CH I was pretty happy with the front camera capturing 1080P. But 4K coupled with a wide field (162 degrees) of view should ensure this DR900S-2CH misses no details up front and performs significantly better than last time. I was a bit critical of the 720P rear camera in the original review, so again in this case the 1080P should be a big improvement on resolving license plates. Another annoyance was a relatively weak Wi-Fi; again this BlackVue delivers by upgrading the system to dual band. On paper the DR900S-2CH seems to be delivering on the few short comings we found in the DR650. Here is a complete list of specs from their site and from the manual.

BlackVue DR900S-2CH 4K UHD and Full HD Cloud Dashcam

» Front Camera:
   » 118.5mm wide and 36mm in diameter
   » 91 grams
   »8 megapixel CMOS sensor
   »4K Ultra High Definition (3840x2160)
   »Max framerate of 30FPS for 4K
   »Ultra wide 162 degree field of view
» Rear Camera:
   »67.4mm wide and 25mm in diameter
   »25 grams
   »2.1 Megapixel Sony STARVIS CMOS sensor
   »Full HD (1920x1080)
   »Max framerate of 30FPS at 1080
   »139 degree field of view
   »Outstanding low light sensitivity, great for cars with tint.
» H.265 High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) video compression utilized
   »H.265 allows for 4K videos to take up about the same storage as H.264 full HD
» Built in GPS adds location and speed data to recordings
   »Speed can be over-layed in video
   »Location data can be displayed using the BlackVue viewer
» Dual Band Wi-Fi (2.4 and 5GHz)
   »802.11n 2.4GHz and 802.11ac 5GHz dual band
   »5GHz allows for faster file transfer
   »Supports Over the Cloud functionality
   »Button to enable/disable
» Built-in 3 axis accelerometers monitor for impacts
   »Thresholds can be set for each axis to flag impact as an event
   »Separate thresholds for driving and parking modes
» Parking mode has motion detection
» Proximity sensor
   »Using a wave of the hand you can enable/disable audio recording
   »Sensor can also be set to manually mark recordings.
» Built in microphone and speaker for voice guidance
» LED indicators
   »Front: Recording, GPS, Wi-Fi and security
   »Rear: Security
» 12-24VDC input with included cigarette adapter
» Operating and storage temp: -20 to 70C (-4 to 158F)
» High temp cut-off: approx. 75C (167F)
» Certifications
   »Front: FCC, CE, RoHS, Telec, WEEE and IC
   »Rear: FCC, CE, RoHS and WEEE
» BlackVue Viewer
   »Windows XP of higher and Mac Yosemite OS X (10.10) or higher
» BlackVue app
   »Android 4.4.2 or higher and iOS 9.0 or higher

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