Roadtrip Video Recorder

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Next time you venture out for a long road trip, don’t forget to document the entire experience with this awesome Roadtrip Video Recorder.

Simply attach the suction cup mount to either your windshield or dashboard, and you are ready to roll. The color video recorder will capture at 640 x 480 resolution, and will do so completely hands free. There are several additional options that the device has including the 2.4″ LCD viewfinder that’s capable of rotating 270 degrees, a 120 degree viewing angle on the lens, 8x zoom, integrated motion detection that will turn the device on as soon as the vehicle is in motion. The Roadtrip Video Recorder can hold record up to 3 hours of adventures, and even includes four infrared LEDs to shoot during the night. Buy yours now from Hammacher Schlemmer.

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