A couple of weeks back we’ve showed you the world’s first dual lens dashcam, the Azdome GS65H. The camera’s best selling point is obviously the previously mentioned dual camera setup but it doesn’t end there. The device also sports some interesting hardware under the hood and that’s what we’re going to check out today.
Let’s begin with the powerful Novatek96655 chipset and the Sony IMX323 image sensor, we then have a super wide 150-degree viewing angle lens on the front camera and a 130° lens on the secondary, rear camera. The dashcam can record 1920*1080P/30fps when you switch to single camera mode and 1440*1080i+720P video resolution in dual camera mode, it also supports micro SD cards of up to 64GB.
But how does this hardware look in practice? Well, let’s check it out in a video the company has just uploaded.
As we can see from the video the GS65H is filled with features and settings. We get some ordinary dashcam functionalities such as motion detection, parking monitor, G-sensor, etc, but then we have also has some unique ones, such as the infrared lamp, dual recording, WDR and so on.
If we have a look at the body of the camera we notice that there are many heat emission holes, which may help reduce the heat produced by the device. Plus we also see 4 infrared lamps around the rear lens, which can be used to lighten up the scene at night. Lastly, the screen you on the camera is 2.4-inch in size and uses a TN panel.