Looking to maximize the video quality of your BlackVue dashcam? Add a polarizing filter to help reduce the sun's glare, remove reflections on the windshield, and increase color saturation, in even the harshest lighting conditions. These filters work miracles at removing the shiny reflection of your dashboard on the windshield in certain lighting situations.
These simple but effective polarizer filters quickly press over the front lens and snap in place on your DR900S/900X (1 or 2 Channel) front-facing dashcam. They fit snugly in place, and can easily be removed if necessary. The filters do not need to be adjusted or rotated (they are actually fixed in place); the filters have been calibrated for optimal alignment at the factory. These filters include anti-reflective and anti-UV coating treatments, as well.
Note: all polarizing filters will slightly reduce the amount of light passing through them (by about one to three "F-stops"), so you may choose to remove the filter at night for highest quality night recording, however this is not absolutely necessary as the BlackVue dashcams automatically adjust their exposure levels. You can also bump up the default brightness setting of your BlackVue 900 by 1-2 levels to compensate for the added CPL filter. The brightness levels may be found in the BlackVue settings that are accessed via the memory card or via the smartphone app.
Brand new design by The Dashcam Store! Filter only, does not include BlackVue camera.
Installation is easy and quick! Simply line up the opening of the filter over the front lens of your BlackVue DR900S/900X camera lens, and gently push. The CPL filter will snap securely in place as shown below. The filter can be installed on the camera before the dash cam is placed inside the vehicle, or with the front camera already in place inside your vehicle.
Compatible with the FRONT camera of these BlackVue dashcams:
If you'd also like to use a polarizing filter for the DR900S/900X-2CH rear camera, please click here for the DR900S/900X REAR camera polarizing filter.