Thank you VicoVation and De Bass Marketing Sdn Bhd for sending over the VicoVation Opia1 for review.
Official product page: VicoVation Opia1
• Processor: Novatek 96663
• Sensor: Sony Starvis IMX291 2Mega-Pixel BSI CMOS
• Viewing angle: 145° wide angle, F/1.4 Aperture, 7G Glass Mega Pixel Lens
• 2.0″ TFT LCD Screen
• G-Sensor: 3 Axis Gravity Sensor
• Resolution: 1920×1080 60/30fps, 1280×720 60/30fps
• Support up to 128GB microSD card
• Built-in 802.11n WiFi
• Built-in super capacitor
• Vico-Power PLUS (Unlocks full automatic Smart Parking Surveillance 2.0)
• Opia Quick Release Mount
• 52mm CPL Filter (Installed on Quick Release Mount)
• GPS Mouse (Unlocks LDWS/FCWS/Current Speed & GPS overlay)
• Tape mount
• Suction mount
• Car charger 4 meters
• User manual in English and Chinese
• Warranty card
Initial firmware out of the box
Vico-Opia1 New FW V1.4E（2017.NOV）
1. Multi-Language Added.
2. New Added Function: Vico-Tag (Customized Text-Overlay on Video)
3. Improve Audio Recording Quality
Will be using 64GB Samsung Evo Plus UHS-3 for the recordings
Recorded in 1920×1080 60fps with an overall bit rate of 20.4 Mb/s.
Finally got a chance to review a VicoVation dashcam!
The videos from the OPIA1 offers more detail and better exposure if compared to the Viofo A119S which uses the same Sony Starvis IMX291 sensor due to the Opia1 using Novatek 96663 processor unlike the Novatek 96660 processor used on the Viofo A119S.
Wished I had the Vico Power Plus so that I can test the parking mode.
Opia1 it’s one of the only devices that offers a swiveling mount, capacitor-based, WiFi connectivity, 1080p 60fps recording, and automatic parking mode.