Here comes the new F790 from Thinkware.
• Processor: Ambarella Quad-core CPU
• Sensor: Front: 2.1M CMOS Sensor; Rear: 2.12M Image Sensor
• Viewing angle: Front: 140º; Rear: 160º Wide Viewing Angle
• 3-Axis Accelerometer G-Sensor (3D, ±3G)
• Resolution: front & rear: FHD (1920 x 1080) 30fps
• Support up to 128GB microSD card
• Built-in GPS in Plugin Mount
• Built-in Wi-Fi (2.4GHz / 5GHz)
• Built-in supercapacitor
• Safety Camera Alert
• Dewarping Video Technology
• Road Safety Warning System (LDWS, FCWS, uFCWS, FVDW)
• Time-lapse & motion detection parking mode
• Super Night Vision 3.0
• High Dynamic Range (HDR)
• Energy Saving Parking Recording 2.0
• Cradle mount
• Rear cam
• Rear cam cable
• 32GB Thinkware micro SD card
• Hardwire kit
• Spare mounting tape
• Quick start guide & warranty
• Installation guide
Rear cam cable
32GB Thinkware micro SD card
This hardwire kit also connects the rear cam cable, CVBS-Out, U-Art & Lin Cable
Spare mounting tape
Quick start guide & warranty
For this installation, it’s a bit too complicated for me. So I got Sicurez to install for me.
Thinkware Dash Cam Link app
Below is recorded in HEVC 1920×1080 30fps with an overall bit rate of 6,991kb/s with HDR On for the front and rear cam.
With the new plugin mount, the installation looks very neat with only a cable going to the F790. But the new hardwire kit was a bit bulky as it needs to accommodate the rear cam and other new connectors.
The F790 has some new functions like video out to a vehicle media player, privacy recording, HDR, and Super Night Vision 3.0. But you can only use either HDR or SNV3.0, not both enabled together.
You can now set the volume for individual notifications.
The F790 looks like a good successor to its famous sibling, the F770.