Nextbase 622GW dash cam, camera that can save your life
This 4K recording ensures your dash cam can easily make out important details and finer aspects including road signs and number plates, crucial in insurance claims or when sending evidence to the police. The 622GW 4k dash cam uses a resolution of 3840 x 2160 @30fps, boasting image quality comparable to high-end TVs and cameras. It provides improved contrast and colour range compared to HD footage, meaning recording quality is as good as it gets with the 622GW.
The 622GW will continue to record in 4K when connected to a Nextbase Rear Camera Module, with your Rear Module recording in full HD quality of 1080p at 30fps. This safeguards your vehicle from multiple angles and gives you greater peace of mind. When recording in 4K, it is recommended you use a Nextbase U3 microD card, which can be seen here. A 4k dashcam can be the best solution for not losing any details when recording. Digital Image Stabilisation greatly reduces vibrations from your vehicle, ensuring crystal clear and smooth image quality.
Nextbase introduced Alexa Voice Control to its 422GW, 522GW and 622GW models. Using your Dash Cam, you can ask Alexa to play music, place calls, queue up an audiobook, read the news, check the weather, control smart home devices, get directions, find parking, and more all while you keep your hands on the wheel and eyes on the road. In the event of an incident where the driver is unresponsive, Nextbase Emergency SOS can alert the emergency services of your location and other crucial details. Pre-saved medical data such as blood type, allergies and medical history will further aid efficient treatment.
You can now view your 622GW footage in Super Slow Motion at 1080p and 120fps. This feature is perfect for helping identify what has occurred during an incident, and for capturing details such as number plates that are vital for proving who is at fault. Major improvements to the sensor of the 622GW along with software developments ensure it records all the critical details, even on the darkest roads. Nextbase's Extreme Weather Mode could prove vital in identifying vehicles and number plates in dangerous conditions. ■