The DVR-R300 dual-lens dashboard video camera offers two-channel recording (both inside and outside vehicle), GPS position and speed logging, an adjustable front lens, and many other features. Check out the full feature list, and watch our review and sample footage videos.
The R300 is extremely easy to set up and use. By default, the display on the R300 shows you video from both the front and rear lens. Once attached to your windshield, adjust the positioning of the camera itself to point correctly on the inside of the vehicle, and then simply move the front lens up or down to accurately capture video out the front windshield as well. We like that the inside-facing lens is cleanly built in to the body of the camera, in the center of the menu buttons.
Attach the supplied external GPS antenna to the R300 to also capture your vehicle's location, how fast it was going, and more, along with the video.
The R300 comes with easy to use X2 software to playback video and GPS position logs. When you remove the memory card from the R300 and place it into your computer or card reader, the software is already there on the memory card. Pretty convenient! X2 works with Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7+ (sorry no Mac software).
A Micro SD memory card (8, 16, or 32gb - Class 6 or higher) is required for use with the DVR-R300. The memory card is not included but is available for purchase above or on our memory cards page. Save money and ensure optimal performance with our "Dash Cam and Memory Card Combo" by selecting a high quality card with the DVR-R300 above!
This item includes FREE standard ground shipping within the continental United States. Expedited shipping may be selected during checkout for an additional fee. International shipping is also available on this item.
Our favorite things about the DVR-R-300
- Two-channel recording. Record both in front of and inside the car.
- GPS data logging.
- Movable front lens. Adjust the lens up or down to capture the correct angles both inside and outside.
- Large, clear display.
- Simple, clean design.
Full Feature List
- Maximum Video Resolution: 1280x480 30 FPS (2-Channel) 640x380 30 FPS (1-Channel)
- Maximum Still Photo Resolution: 2.0MP
- 2.7" TFT LCD Screen
- 120 degree viewing angle (both front and rear lenses)
- Video file format: .AVI
- Video codec: MJPG
- Still Image file format: .JPG
- GPS Position & Speed Logging (external cable/antenna)
- Low-light functionality
- Loop Recording
- HDR (enhance video quality)
- Adjustable Exposure
- Audio Recording
- Date Stamp
- Auto Power-Off
- NTSC/PAL Adjustable
- Video segment selection (2min/5min/10min/15min/off)
- Certification: FCC
- Interfaces: USB 2.0, GPS Antenna jack
- Memory Card Type: Micro SD
- Includes Playback Software: Yes (PC only)
The bottom line
This is a nice quality, inconspicuous, dual-lens dashcam. For those desiring to record what is going on inside the car as well, it's an excellent choice. The lack of infrared LED's on the inside of the camera make the night recording of inside the vehicle a bit touchy, but besides that this is an excellent unit. There is one nitpick, the on-screen speed is only displayed in KMH, and can't be switched to MPH, but you can switch to MPH on the playback software on the PC.
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