City of Industry, Calif. — Sceptre said it has begun shipping its in-car video recorder, the CarCam CCR2000, for a suggested $399.
The device is designed to record driving in the event evidence is needed for emergencies or accidents. It records 1080p FullHD video using H.264 video-compression technology, and features a 120-degree wide angle lens, 2.2-inch display, HDMI output, microphone, gravity sensor for collision detection, and the ability to automatically lock footage to prevent overwriting.
Its lithium-ion battery has a 50-minute use time, but it can be charged via the car’s cigarette lighter.
Video is recorded to an included 8GB SD card. The devices measures 3.18 inches by 2.36 inches by 2.29 inches.