Travelers would like to have a journey around the world equipped with a special device that will make their travels memorable, like the GoPro. On the other hand, the technology that circulates the car industry has become more advanced that it needs to go with the flow. Here comes the Waylens Horizon, a must-have gadget for every car lover.
Yes, you have read it right. Horizon created the Waylens which will serve as a GoPro for every vehicle. This dashboard camera is a device packed with impressive features and specifications.
Without further ado, here are the details about the Waylens Horizon dashboard camera.
According to The Verge, it uses a 1/1.8-inch Sony sensor (bigger than the 1/2.3-inch version found in GoPro's Hero 5 Black) and is equipped with an Ambarella processor.
More than that, it has an f/2.4 lens that helps produce high-quality video most especially at night. There is also a 286 ppi OLED touchscreen at the back of the camera that is able to display a live view or a number of different real-time statistics like speed, RPM, pitch and roll, G-force, and even boost levels.
But remember that your car must be properly equipped as well in order to enjoy the latter. However, the Waylens Horizon does not offer 4K resolution, topping out at 1080p instead.
Additional features for the dashboard camera includes GPS unit and motion sensors, a dongle that can plug into your car's OBD-II port to give the camera access to even more data. But that does not stop there. The cone-shaped Waylens Horizon got other special abilities as well.
The website added that it can mount to your dash or your windshield and can draw its power from either a USB port or the cigarette lighter socket. The camera is also operable by a battery and can be plugged as well.
The camera will start recording immediately when plugged in. From the time your started your engine up to the point when you reached your destination.
Having a dashboard camera with extensive features like the Waylens Horizon is very important nowadays. Drivers can record their journey for safety, security, and even evidence when accidents happen. But of course, we would not want that, would we?