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iBeam TE-DVR-DL Dual Camera HD DVR with Built-in G-force Sensor and Screen

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iBeam TE-DVR-DL Dual Camera HD DVR 

The first iBeam Vehicle Safety Systems¬ģ dual lens 1080p dashcam the TE-DVR-DL.
The sleek small dual-lens digital video recorder offers one camera for forward facing recording and one camera for recording the interior of the vehicle. This provides both driver and vehicle safety in one unit. You have the ability to record evidence of passenger activities for fun or business, while also being able to record what is happening outside of the vehicle such as in the case of a collision. This is also a desirable device for vehicle fleet owners and other transport vehicles.

  • Digital video recorded with dual camera recording
  • One camera for forward facing recording
  • One camera for interior of the vehicle recording
  • Plugs into standard 12v outlet for operation
  • Capable of full 1080p dual recording
  • Built-in G-force sensor detects collisions and locked the captures video to prevent being overwritten
  • Take photos with the press of a button
  • Built-in screen, also connects to wi-fi enabled app
  • iBeam SD card, TE-16SD (sold separately)
  • Max 128gb Micro SD card, class 10 or higher

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