When the memory becomes full, the camera will automatically overwrite the oldest shots. So, there is no need to delete files manually, the camera will take care of it for you.
TrueCam dashcams monitor your vehicle even in your absence. Thanks to motion detection, the camera starts recording whenever the sensor detects motion. If someone hits you or damages your car, you’ll have everything recorded in the highest quality. You can then hand over the evidence to the police with all the relevant details, such as the car's license plate or the perpetrator's face.
Speed camera detection
With the help of GPS, you will gain access to a database of more than 40,000 fixed speed cameras in 36 countries around the world. The dashcam provides voice alerts or alerts on the display to warn you when approaching speed cameras, average speed cameras and intersections with red light cameras. Some dashcams have built-in GPS, others have an additional GPS module, which you simply attach to the camera to add speed camera detection.
Some cameras are equipped with a GPS module but with others it must be purchased separately. The GPS module records your current position and speed which can be displayed directly on the video itself. The GPS module is also equipped with a database of speed cameras. This means it can send information about approaching fixed speed cameras to the dashcam and alert you when approaching.
Display speed and position on the video
GPS allows you, among other things, to display the position and speed of the car. The recorded footage then shows not only what was happening in front of the car, but also where the car was and at what speed it was driving. If you do not want this data on the recording, it is possible to turn this off. It's up to you.
This feature enables the current speed and direction of travel to be monitored directly on the camera display in the form of a compass. Along with this, the camera informs you about approaching speed cameras. The display shows the speed limit for the speed camera, its distance and a warning if you are speeding. The speedometer can also be displayed as a screensaver, so that you are not dazzled or distracted by the camera display, for example when driving at night.
Works with Google Maps
Most of our dashcams use Google Maps as it is user-friendly and you can easily get an overview of the progress of your journey. In the case of more frequent trips over longer distances, you will get a good idea of the speed and length of individual routes, and you will then easily be able to decide on the most efficient one.
Models with a smart application enable you to watch back the captured footage on your computer, display the route on Google maps, view a speed chart and the g-force records obtained from the camera's internal G-sensor.
The G-sensor records the direction of your movement in three-dimensional space. You can view this data via the application and analyse your journey. Thanks to this sensor, the dashcam also detects when an incident has occurred and protects the current shot against deletion when loop recording. The graph then shows exactly where the impact came from.
LED camera flashlight
For filming or taking photos in the dark, some dashcams are equipped with an LED light, which acts as a flashlight. This is especially useful when documenting the aftermath of an accident at night. You just remove the camera from the windscreen and use it like a standard digital camera to photograph damage or any other evidence.
To deal with the lighting conditions, you can select the exposure level or EV level in the menu. The camera offers several levels of brightness. After manually selecting the brightness level on the LCD display, you will immediately know if the brightness level suits you or if it still requires adjustment.
The magnetic holder is currently the easiest and fastest way on the market to mount a dashcam. All you have to do is stick the holder to the glass and then the camera easily snaps in and out. There’s no need to deal with the charging cable because it is integrated into the holder itself. The camera starts charging automatically when attached.
With night mode, it is no problem capturing everything you need even in low light conditions at dusk or at night. Excellent lenses and sensors with large aperture ensure high-quality clear shots even in the dark. This means you aren’t limited by the conditions and you can be sure that the shots taken with this dashcam will always be of the highest quality.
WDR (Wide Dynamic Range)
Thanks to the WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) feature, the dashcam captures images much better in contrasting light areas. The camera copes well with situations where part of the image is more illuminated and part less. A typical case may be the contrast between light and shade or a road at night contrasting with the headlights of oncoming cars.
If you're in a situation where you want to take a photo fast, the last thing you need is to waste time switching functions or opening menus. That's why there is a shutter button on the camera that you can press at any time to instantly take a photo without having to change mode. You can also use this function whilst recording.
Dashcam control via Wi-Fi
You can control and change the settings of dashcams via the built-in Wi-Fi using the smartphone app. Plus, you can instantly download the captured videos from the dashcam to your phone. Everything is done wirelessly in just a few taps.
Public car parks no longer have to be a nightmare. With parking mode, the dashcam can guard your parked car as well. Just leave it plugged in to the power supply and when the sensor detects movement, it begins recording. So if, for example, your car becomes a victim of vandalism, you have it all on film.
Some dashcams use a supercapacitor instead of a traditional battery. It copes with temperature changes much better, is more reliable, safer and lasts many times longer. To operate, it needs to be constantly plugged in to the power, which is standard with a dashcam.
Timelapse recording allows you to create video using still images at intervals of 0.2s, 0.5s and 1s. With a constant power supply, it allows long-term monitoring of events around the parked car. Timelapse recording also expands the capacity of the memory card and, in addition to its practicality, brings a lot of creative possibilities.
To prevent loop recording from overwriting an important shot, at the tap of a button the current recording will be archived to a protected folder.
A rear camera can aid you when parking, but primarily serves when driving normally. It can record video just like the main camera and records everything that happens behind your car. You will appreciate this, for example, in situations when someone rear ends you. Thanks to the rear camera, you will get clear evidence of the incident. Simply connect the rear camera to the front via a cable. The use of a rear camera is optional, a front camera can also be used alone.
Display driver name
This is a practical feature, especially if your company car is used by more than one driver. The name of each driver can be entered into the camera's memory, so in case of any incidents, you can easily identify the driver in question. If this function is switched on, the driver's name is then displayed directly on the recording itself.
180 ° image rotation
A-series dashcams adapt to where you place them meaning they can be attached upside down in your car. When you select the 180° rotation mode, the image and menu are inverted and you will see everything displayed on the screen in the standard way. Likewise, the video or photo is recorded in the correct orientation..
The attachable polarizing CPL filter removes unpleasant light reflections, glare and frees you from the distractions of the car windscreen.
Our cameras with this feature: TrueCam M11 GPS 4K (* optional), TrueCam M9 GPS 2.5K (* optional), TrueCam M7 GPS Dual (* optional), TrueCam M5 GPS WiFi (* optional), TrueCam H7 (* optional), TrueCam A7s (* optional), TrueCam A5s (* optional)