BlackVue’s New Flagship Cloud-Compatible Dashcam


BlackVue, a dashboard camera manufacturer based in South Korea, has released a successor to its best-selling DR650S Series connected dashcam. The DR750S Series packs dual Sony Starvis Full HD sensors and significant performance improvement as well as compatibility with BlackVue Over the Cloud.

The dual-channel DR750S-2CH and single-channel DR750S-1CH refine the design of their predecessor, the DR650S Series. Although similar in appearance, the DR750S Series represents a jump in performance. Every function of the DR650S Series has been improved.

With Full HD 1080p Sony Starvis sensors in each camera, including front and rear for the DR750S-2CH. the DR750S Series records detailed videos under any light, bright or dim. Even in its default settings, the night recording clarity is the best of any BlackVue dashcam to date. For users who want to push the ISO sensitivity even further, BlackVue added Enhanced Night Vision, which maximizes brightness in dark environments while preserving highlights and keeping noise down in daylight.

Another notable feature of the DR750S Series is its 60 frames per second (fps) recording option for the main camera. The doubled frame rate adds fluidity to videos and enables the clear capture of fast-moving objects thanks to much-reduced motion blur. While single-channel dash cams with 60 fps are beginning to enter the market, the DR750S-2CH is the first dedicated dashcam featuring simultaneously front 60 fps and rear 30 fps recording.

The 60fps rate is made possible by the new increase in processing power. The DR750S Series does everything faster. Be it booting up, downloading files via Wi-Fi or acquiring a GPS signal, the DR750S Series is about twice as fast as the DR650S Series.

Other new features include BlackVue’s Adaptive Format-Free file management system which reduces file errors and need for microSD card formatting. Event File Overwrite Protection is also a welcome new function that should give users peace of mind by preventing deletion of critical videos generated by impacts or sudden change of speed.

More improvements, include lower power consumption and the high heat endurance of the dashcam. The extra processing power also means better algorithms can be used to encode videos more efficiently while improving the image quality over the previous generation.

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