Featuring a compact, minimalist design, Transcend's DrivePro 10 dashcam comes equipped with the STARVIS™ high-sensitivity image sensor to capture high-resolution images with extremely fine tonal gradation even in low light; a 140° wide angle lens offering the best coverage of the road; up to 1080P Full HD recording at 60fps to capture every crucial detail; Wi-Fi connectivity for live monitoring on your smart gadgets; and emergency recording for optimum protection.
Vision in the dark
The DrivePro 10 features the STARVIS™ image sensor to capture sharp, high-resolution images in superb, rich color even in low light, making it perfect for filming during both day and night. It is equipped with a 140° wide-angle lens, providing a broad field of view.
Compact and discreet
The DrivePro 10 comes in a compact, discreet design that allows it to be flexibly mounted on your front or rear windshield. Being able to easily hide behind the rearview mirror out of sight, the DrivePro 10 offers the driver an unobstructed view of the road ahead or behind.
Get super smooth, detail-packed footage
Supporting 1080P Full HD recording at 60fps, the DrivePro 10 will give you footage as smooth as butter. Shooting at 60fps means you can zoom in on any shot and easily make out crucial details, such as license plates.
The DrivePro 10 features Wi-Fi connectivity that works with the exclusive DrivePro App to provide real-time footage playback and downloads. This means ease of access to video evidence for reporting incidents to law enforcement and insurance companies without the need to remove the memory card.
A built-in Li-Polymer battery ensures uninterrupted power to the device. Video will continue to be recorded and stored even in the event of an accident or when the engine is off.
The DrivePro 10 comes bundled with a Transcend memory card built of high-quality NAND flash tested under harsh environmental conditions. In addition, the dashcam utilizes the latest format-free technology to reduce memory card errors, obviating the need for frequent formatting.