Vantrue X3, the latest dash cam in the market comes with may useful features that auto enthusiasts were awaiting for long time. Here is our Vantrue X3 Review to explore the features and performance of the latest device.
The brand has filled tons of attractive features and hardware specification on this new device. The main selling point being its High resolution video recording and WiFi connectivity.
High Resolution Video Recording: The dash cam records videos in 2.5K resolution (2560x1440p @ 30fps), which ensures amazingly sharp videos, a clear crisp capture of street signs, other vehicles’ license plates etc. User could also choose from variety of resolution like 2560x1440P@30fps, 2304x1296p@30fps, and 1080p@60fps,1080p@30fps to save storage space or record for longer duration. The dash cam has Loop recording feature that overwrites old recordings with new feeds, once the storage gets full. Device store cab also be extended with 64GB memory card (not included in the pack). The device sports 4M CMOS sensor, 6 full glass lens with 170 degrees that will fully cover 4 lanes.
Its six glass lenses will reduce glare and offers superior video recording even at night. Its Unique High Dynamic Range (HDR) video technology ensures better low light compensation. It provides balanced exposure and light/dark spots, just like how human eyes work.
Instant Video Access: The Vantrue X3 comes with inbuilt Wi-Fi that allows you to operate the device from your smartphones. It also supports real-time view, replay recorded videos and transfer the recordings from device storage to smartphone or tablet. You need to install WiFi-CarDV app (Available for both IOS or Android) to use these features. Recorded videos can also be directly shared on social media from the App. One drawback in the Vantrue X3, the device’s WiFi does not directly connect to Internet, it only connects with WiFi App on the smartphone or tablet and it can connect up to 5 devices at the same time.
Gravity Sensor and Parking Monitor: The Vantrue X3 automatically switches to parking mode when you park the vehicle. Triggered by its motion detection technology, the device will start to record once it detects motion in front of your car. The device requires continuous power supply for parking sensor feature to function. The device also sports variable sensitivity G-sensor that auto detects sudden impacts and collision; and locks down the recorded footage to prevent from an overwrite.