Thanks to BlueSkySea for providing the B2K QHD dashcam for review.
• Processor: Novatek NT96670
• Sensor: Sony IMX335 Exmor R Starvis
• Lens: F1.8 Aperture 135° Wide Viewing Angle
• Resolution: 3840×2160 (not true 4K), 2560×1440 30fps, 1920×1080 30fps, 1280×720 30fps
• Support up to 256GB microSD card
• Built-in WiFi
• Built-in supercapacitor
• 1.5″ Screen
• Buffered parking mode (requires a hardwire kit)
• Suction mount
• Tape mount
• Short mini USB cable
• Mini USB car charger
• Electrostatic film
• User manual
Short mini USB cable
Mini USB car charger
Initial firmware out of the box
I will be using a 128GB Netac Pro microSD 350V card for the recordings.
Below is recorded using firmware v20201009 in H.265 2560×1440 30fps with an overall bitrate of 16.5 Mb/s with WDR on.
A nice small cube design with crisp clear videos. From the price of USD69.99 (MYR285+-) can be considered a good budget 2K dashcam.
The KakaOK app is very straight forward to use. Video streaming without any lag.
The 4K resolution is considered to non-true 4K resolution as the B2K uses a 5MP sensor, not an 8MP sensor which can record in true 4K resolution.
Regarding the buffered parking mode, I didn’t get to test it out as I didn’t have a mini USB hardwire kit for the testing.