Mio MiVue 798 dash cam review-Mio has introduced an improved version of the popular MiVue 798 WiFi 2.5K car camera. The new product can also handle 60 frames per second (in Full HD), has alerts for measured speeds, a glued mount for the front camera as well, and the MiVue A50 rear camera is included in the kit.
The Mio MiVue 798 WiFi 2.5K has won several awards. The new version, nicknamed "PRO", now comes with a number of enhancements, while retaining desirable features such as high resolution (up to 2.8K), advanced parking mode with detection in selected zones, radar alert and microsleep protection (ADAS) and reliable night vision (on the Night Vision PRO scale) thanks to the Sony STARVIS optical sensor.
The new MiVue 798 WiFi PRO also adds 60 FPS Full HD imaging, a 360° bonded mount for the front camera with spare static cling film, a patented advanced feature for detailed alerts on and during speed cameras and, in the Dual version, the MiVue A50, a more advanced rear camera that also has a Sony STARVIS optical sensor and a wider angle of view.
Parking mode records even without the driver present
State-of-the-art motion detection technology can evaluate the camera's surroundings or vehicle impact and activate recording that includes recording before impact or movement. With this feature, the user therefore has evidence even if he or she is not in the car at the key moment. For active parking mode, the affordable MiVue SmartBox III smart power supply is also recommended and can be purchased separately.
Exceptional image quality
The MiVue 798 WiFi PRO is designed to capture every detail with a wide 145° field of view recording at 2.8K QHD (1,600p) resolution and F1.8 aperture.
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Sectional measurement alert
Mio's advanced features in the new dashcams alert you to measured sections well before, at the beginning and at the end of them. During this time (even without a GPS signal, e.g. in tunnels), it displays the remaining time, distance and average speed the driver is travelling and therefore has information on whether he or she is already going faster than the speed limit at the start of the section.
Video can be backed up to a smartphone in real time thanks to the integrated Wi-Fi module, and then shared via the regularly updated MiVue PRO mobile app (iOS, Android). In addition, the firmware or radar and camera database can be updated via the WiFi OTA (Over-the-air) function.
Advanced driver assistance systems
Systems designed to protect against microsleep or inattention (ADAS) in particular can also be activated in the dashcam. The Forward Collision Warning System (FCWS), Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) and Forward Alert System (FA) can also be activated. They are particularly useful for longer journeys, on longer stretches of track (motorways), but especially at night and in bad weather.
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