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Post time 12-2-2018 12:56 PM | Show all posts |Read mode
The dashcam has become an essential vehicle accessory primarily because of solid evidence that it aids with self-protection. Transcend recently released its newest dashcams DrivePro 110 equipped with a Sony high-sensitivity imaging sensor, and capable of recording Full HD (1,920 x 1,080) videos at 30 fps. Its built-in Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) technology balances the light and dark areas of captured images, ensuring that every critical shot is as clear as possible. A built-in Li-Polymer battery ensures uninterrupted power to the device. Video will continue to be recorded and stored in the event of an accident or when the engine is off.

Package contains:
-DrivePro 110
-Adhesive mount or suction mount (depends on your purchase selection)
-Car lighter adapter
-16GB High Endurance microSDHC memory card
-Quick Start Guide
-Warranty card

There are four buttons that help you navigate through its menu, which is pretty simplistic and straightforward. The DrivePro 110 also records videos in chunks, and you can decide whether each one is one, three or five minutes long. There is also the option to take time-lapse videos, with a shot being taken every one, two or four seconds. And like most dashcams, when it runs out of space, the oldest chunk will be overwritten to make space for the newer ones.

The left side is where the microSD card goes. You'll also notice the red button. This is the 'emergency' button. When pressed, it will leave the currently recording segment untouched when the microSD card runs out of space, ensuring that the footage will always be there. This is useful when you really run into an emergency, like an accident, so that the footage is kept as evidence if necessary.

There are also two types of easily attachable mounts. I got the suction mount, but you can also purchase the adhesive one separately. Transcend does give you a 16GB microSD card to use with the DrivePro 110, which is a High Endurance memory card built of top-tier MLC NAND flash chips, and tested under harsh environmental conditions. . You do not need to spend extra money and effort in seeking a compatible and reliable flash card to make your dashcam work.

The right side is where the Micro-USB port is located. The supplied cable is right-angled upward, so that the cables can be hidden away behind the headliner of the car. The installation is easy. After the DrivePro 110 is mounted on the windshield and connected to the lighter socket, further driver involvement is not required. When the vehicles engine is turned on, video files are automatically recorded to the included Transcend High Endurance 16GB microSDHC MLC memory card.

Opening that, youll see that its pretty feature-rich. Enabling time-lapse video recording means you can get right to the heart of the matter without needing to view hours of incident-free footage. Theres also a G-sensor, as well as a driver fatigue alert that doesnt make use of the G-sensor, but instead just reminds you to take a break every one, two, three or four hours. The headlight reminder is to reminds you to turn on your headlights if the DrivePro 110 thinks its getting dark outside. Also, the DrivePro 110 sports a built-in battery if you prefer to use the cigarette lighter receptacle for something else. Youll be able to choose between HD and Full HD recording (720p vs. 1,080p) and you can even adjust exposure values.

For sample footage video of DrivePro 110, you can check it on

The DrivePro 110 may be one of Transcends budget models, but it is no bargain-basement dash cam. It has a Full-HD 1080p lens and some interesting extra features, including a speed camera warning, and it even comes with a High Endurance 16GB microSD card in the box. What's most important, though, is the quality of its footage. Transcend's DrivePro 110 dashcam utilizes a Sony image sensor to provide high-resolution images with extremely fine tonal gradation even in low light. If you can afford, you can consider the more expansive DrivePro 130, which comes with Wi-Fi connectivity to allow view and download videos and images using the accompanying DrivePro app on your Android on iOS device. For me, I still prefer the manual way with the DrivePro 110 C to remove its microSD card whenever you want to view its content. The DrivePro 110 is a well-designed, effective and inconspicuous recorder of your travels and safety device.

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