Built-in Sony STARVIS sensor supports QHD 1440P front recording,
enabling better license capturing of fast-moving cars.
2.4” HD Screen
2.4 inch HD display built in A229 delivers a more direct, effortless live view while driving on the road.
5GHz Wi-Fi Upgraded
A229 Duo is built with upgraded 5GHz Wi-Fi connection module, offering the fastest ever Wi-Fi data transfer to ensure smooth video preview, download and share.
support multiple spoken languages to clearly inform you of setting changes or memory card errors, allowing you to stay fully focused on road with camera on.
GPS Logger Built-in
Record the speed, time and route data to the video file, allowing compatible viewers to display the data on playback.
3 Parking Modes
(Optional HK4 Hardwire Kit Needed For Parking Mode)
The camera will automatically record for 45 Seconds while a moving object is detected during parking.
This mode record video in low bitrate 4Mb/s for both front and rear. lt keeps recording continuously in mini file size with audio recorded.
Time-lapse record a video at low frames at 1 / 2 / 3 / 5 / 10 fps.
Circular Polarizing Lens
A CPL (Circular Polarizing Lens) can be used to reduce reflections and glare off glass and road surfaces, bringing significantly improved image clarity and contrast.
The Bluetooth Control can be positioned in a convenient location for safe and easy use while driving. Pressing the button will instantly protect current video clip and image Control Distance: 5 meters.
Support External Microphone
Support the use of an external microphone that can be positioned more optimally to record conversations during police stops, traffic incidents and potentially record police misconduct.
Type-C Data Cable
Mount Sticky Pads
Mount Sticky Pads
Trim Removal Tool
Static Stickers x2
Front:Sony STARVIS IMX335 5MP Sensor
Front:F/NO 1.6 FOV=140°
2.4" High Resolution TFT
Built-in high speed 2.4GHz & 5GHz
2560 * 1440P 30fps + 2560 * 1440P 30fps
Off / 1 min / 2 min / 3 min / 5 min / 10 min
Auto Event Detection / Time-lapse / Low Bitrate Recording