February is the month to get to know your Dash cams and what to look for when you are purchasing a dash cam. Get to know all the great features and types that Thinkware has to offer like the Super Night Vision, which captures clear video footage during the bright hours of the day and low light during the night.
Driving at night can be a lot more intimidating than driving in the daytime. Dark roads, poor visibility, and glare caused by artificial lighting can all cause problems. That’s why you can rest assured that Thinkware Dashcam has your back during the night.
A car dash cam should record quality video both during night and day. While most car dash cams record clear and detailed videos during the day, the quality drops more during low light settings. Thinkware’s Super Night Vision successfully boosts exposure when light is minimal.
Super Night Vision:
While in parking mode the Thinkware camera uses advancements in lens and computing power to revolutionise nighttime recording with their Trademarked Super Night Vision.
The system uses ISP (Image Signal Processing) technology and real-time image processing to capture greater detail at night, further protecting your vehicle while parked.
The Thinkware camera uses advancements in lens and computing power to revolutionise night time recording with their Trademarked Super Night Vision.
The system uses ISP (Image Signal Processing) technology and real-time image processing to capture far greater detail at night. The 2.0 version now allows for use in Continuous Mode as well as the original Parking Mode.
Super Night Vision 3.0
Super Night Vision 3.0 records night-time drives with true colours and minimal noise thanks to Thinkware’s latest advancements in low-light recording technology that surpasses its predecessors’ nighttime performance.
The dash cam uses a combination of Digital Overlap High Dynamic Range (DOL HDR) and Noise Reduction technology to effectively reduce noise and lens flare effects that typically affect nighttime footage.