TrueCam M7 GPS Dual - Eyes in front and back
The TrueCam M7 GPS Dual magnetic dashcam is our best yet and makes dealing with issues you encounter on the road easier. The front Full HD camera keeps track of what is going on in front of your vehicle, whilst the rear HD camera guards your rear bumper. Thanks to the magnetic holder, snapping the camera in place takes just a second. Plus, with GPS and a speed camera database covering 36 countries, you can easily avoid fines.
Ready before you belt up
For the TrueCam M5 Wi-Fi, we used a revolutionary magnetic mount for quick installation and we’ve used it with the M7 as well. Expect ease of use and maximum protection with a locking mechanism, in addition to the magnet, that holds the camera firmly in place on even the most destroyed roads. This latest dashcam also comes equipped with a magnetic removable GPS module and thanks to a metal lens surround, it’s simple to attach an additional magnetic polarizing CPL filter that removes unwanted windscreen glare.
Dual cameras = double protection
The benefits of a dashcam are dependant upon the quality of the recordings. It must be sharp and smooth so that you can recognize details such as number plates or faces even at speed. The TrueCam M7 can do just that, plus it also simultaneously protects the front and rear. The front shoots in Full HD at 30 frames a second and covers a wide angle of 150°. The rear is adjustable, shoots in HD and can also be placed on the windscreen pointed towards the car. This makes it easy to shoot what's happening inside the vehicle - ideal for taxi drivers.
Be protected 24/7
Most dashcams can manage daytime light conditions. But they really prove their worth in low light conditions. The TrueCam M7 lens and optical sensor automatically adjust to low light and dark conditions to capture clear video that you can use as evidence in the event of an accident. This is further improved by WDR which helps when exiting a tunnel or meeting an oncoming car.
Want to know about fixed speed cameras in 36 countries? With the snap-in magnetic GPS module, you’ll no longer be surprised by speed cameras and red light cameras. We have over 40 thousand sites in the database and we are always adding more. Thanks to positioning data, you can also show your speed in video.
Ideal balance between size and view
Your dashcam should never obstruct your view. At the same time, it's also great when you can take a close look at the shots - that's why we've provided the TrueCam M7 with a highly legible two-inch high-resolution display with wide viewing angles. Nevertheless, we’ve still managed to keep it compact so as not to attract the attention of passers-by.
Handles everything like a true TrueCam
The TrueCam M7 takes care of almost everything for you by itself. It automatically starts recording, so you’ll never forget to start it. It deletes the oldest unnecessary files itself, so you don’t have to delete them manually. The G-sensor detects impacts and automatically protects the video. And if you want to lock videos yourself, you can do it at the touch of a button. Plus, all controls are in English.
Safe, long-lasting power supply
Instead of a conventional battery, we’ve used a safer capacitor with a much longer life. It can easily cope with temperature changes. At the same time, its properties do not deteriorate over time. To shoot video, the camera must always be connected to a power supply, but this is a matter of course for dashcams.
Safe even in the car park
Has an inattentive driver driven into your car whilst parking? The TrueCam M7 will help you with this thanks to parking mode. The G-sensor detects an impact, both cameras turn on instantly and start recording. Just leave the camera plugged in and the evidence is yours.
Professional footage thanks to CPL (optional)
Your videos become perfect thanks to the optional polarizing filter. Polarizing, because it reduces the amount of light and lets in exactly as many sun rays as needed. The video itself gets better contrast and colours. At the same time, the CPL filter prevents unwanted reflection from the dashboard on the windscreen. The result is flawless and saturated footage.