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Transcend DrivePro 100 car video recorder Review
« on: March 30, 2017, 05:00:55 PM »
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At the rate that unforeseen events are happening left and right on the road, dash cams have become a handy tool to consider. Ideal for security monitoring, dash cameras have become the new medium that can capture footage and photos without having to pull out your mobile phone.





Transcend continues it shift in giving aspiring dash cam customers options. One car video recorder that should be interesting to consider is the Transcend DrivePro 100. Once installed and running, folks can just focus on the road and let the camera run and record things as they happen in front of them.

There are actually a couple of dash cams that Transcend carries. But for the ones who plan to break in and see what these images and/or photo capturing devices can do, the DrivePro 100 should be sufficient.





What do I get with the Transcend DrivePro 100?


The Transcend DrivePro 100 is armed with smaller but suited lenses that can be spread up to 160 degrees. It offers bigger aperture (F/1.8 ),  ideal for the ones planning to see the perks of having one in their car.

The Transcend DrivePro 100 also includes an emergency battery which can be used for roughly 30 seconds. For those who want continuous recording, plugging in the 12V adapter to the car lighter socket would be the normal recourse.

The DrivePro 100 also comes with a bundled 16 GB microSD card and even comes with an emergency recording feature needed when critical evidence is needed. To guide owners, a 2.4-inch color LCD display is available to view before they record or snap footages. It also comes with a built-in microphone and speaker for complimenting audio options.

The dash camera uses H.264 (MP4 ) formats, capturing full HD (19201080) at 30 fps. The package also includes a suction mount that allows potential customers to place it wherever they want inside the vehicle.

Other features worth noting for the Transcend DrivePro 100 include an image sensor (low-light sensitivity, CMOS, and 3 MP. It weighs only 72.6 grams and measures 68.363.134.4 mm.

For those looking to capture moments, the Transcend Drive Pro 100 should be a neat dash cam to start out. With the unforeseen things that could matter most for anyone, this is one photo and video capture device that may come in handy during certain moments.