Thank you Atcetera Solutions for providing this Xiaomi 70Mai Pro for review.
• Processor: HiSilicon chip
• Sensor: Sony IMX335
• Viewing angle: 140° wide angle, F1.8 Aperture, 6G Glass Lens
• De-fog function
• Resolution: 2592×1944 30fps, 2560×1440 30fps, 1920×1080 30fps, 1280×720 30fps
• Supports 16GB-64GB class 10 or higher microSD card
• Built-in WiFi
• Built-in 500mAh battery
• ADAS (requires GPS module)
• Parking mode
• E-dog (requires GPS module & only available in China)
• Xiaomi 70Mai Pro
• Tape mount
• USB car charger
• 90° angled micro USB cable 3.5m
• Pry tool
• Electrostatic film x2
• Manual in Chinese
Xiaomi 70Mai Pro
USB car charger
The red USB port is for the 70Mai Pro.
90° angled micro USB cable 3.5m
Manual in Chinese
The translated menu in 70Mai Pro
Will be using Kingston 32GB Micro SDHC for the recordings
70Mai dashcam app
Initial firmware out of the box is version 1.0.1 released on 2018.08.09
You’ll need to use the Chinese version of the 70Mai app in order to add the 70Mai Pro as the Google Play Store version can only add the 70Mai dashcam. You can scan the QR codes here (click here) for the Chinese version 70Mai app.
Recorded in 2592×1944 30fps using H.265 with an overall bit rate of 19.6 Mb/s.
Recorded in 2560×1440 30fps using H.265 with an overall bit rate of 22.4 Mb/s.
The first impression I got when I saw the 70Mai Pro is this looks like a Thinkware dashcam.
The 70Mai Pro is a good camera which records with good quality. The 1944p is in 4:3 aspect ratio seems a bit weird for modern dashcams but you can record more vertically though.
You’ll need to change to H.265 encoding in order to record in 1440p & 1944p.
Unable to try out the de-fog features as the weather didn’t permit to test this.