PMA IROAD QX2 1440P QHD & FHD 2CH Dash Cam
$659.00 – $899.00
The IROAD QX Series captures 1440p QHD front and 1080p FHD rear recording, providing four times more clarity than standard HD resolution. Its 2560x1440P resolution with 5.0M pixels and Sony IMX335 sensor deliver clearer and sharper images with significantly enhanced video quality, even in low-light conditions, and with little-to-no over-exposure across the entire image, making it an excellent choice for day and night use.
REAL HDR ALWAYS SUPPORT CLEAR VIDEO WITH APPLICATION OF FRONT & REAR HDR
Real HDR technology is integrated to eliminate light blurring while driving at night, producing clear and vivid recordings even in challenging lighting conditions such as backlighting and tunnels. This advanced feature allows the IROAD QX Series to accurately capture the entire dynamic range of a scene, resulting in improved clarity and contrast across the entire video. This makes it an excellent choice for drivers who need reliable and high-quality footage, regardless of the lighting conditions.
4X MORE RECORDING TIME
By applying the Sony Stavis sensor to both the front and rear cameras of the IROAD QX2, the image quality is significantly enhanced, particularly during nighttime recording. The sensor delivers clearer and more vivid colors in QHD images, ensuring superior image quality in low-light conditions. It’s worth noting that the front camera records in QHD, while the rear camera records in FHD, providing you with clear and detailed footage from both angles.
Sudden light exposure while driving, such as strong direct sunlight or the light of incoming vehicles at night, can sometimes affect your vision and make it difficult to assess the situation.
The IROAD QX series dash cams automatically adjust the amount of light exposure to provide bright and clear images in any situation.
LONG DRIVING RECORDING WITH No more worries about missing out while driving long-distance
By compressing the recorded video, Hyper Lapse minimizes the memory space and saves 4 times more footage.
However, when an event or impact occurs, recording frame rate switches automatically to 30 fps to provide clearer images of important moments.
LONG PARKING RECORDING WITH Experience continuous Parking Mode recording for a long time with IROAD Time Lapse.
Time Lapse is a low-capacity recording method that minimizes the storage space by compressing and saving at 1fps while in Parking Mode.
On the other hand, when an impact or motion is detected during Parking Mode, it switches automatically to 30 fps to provide clearer images of important moments.
ADVANCED DRIVER ASSISTANCE SYSTEM
The IROAD QX series is equipped with the Road Safety Warning System that provides audio and visual alerts for Lane Departure (LDWS), Front Collision (FCWS) and Front Vehicle Departure (FVDW). It detects road markings and gives voice warnings to the drivers if the vehicle begins to stray from its lane or when it is at risk of an imminent crash.
VARIOUS AUTONOMOUS RECORDING MODES
CONTINUOUS RECORDING MODE This mode is activated automatically when you start the engine. Recorded videos are saved in one-minute segments with an auto-looping mechanism.
EVENT RECORDING MODE It will automatically start an Event recording when motion or impact is detected around the vehicle during both parking and driving mode.
MANUAL RECORDING Generate Event files on request when witnessing a traffic incident or something interesting on the road that you want to make sure you catch on camera. When pressing the Manual Recording button, the dash cam records and separately stores a few seconds of footage before (5-10s) and after (15-20s) that moment as a Manual Recording file protected from overwriting (limit before overwriting: up to max. 4% of total SD card storage).
PARKING IMPACT BUFFERED RECORDING When in Parking Mode, the built-in G sensor detects when an impact with the vehicle has occurred, for which the dash cam generates an event file stored separately, protected from overwriting (if SD card storage is assigned to Event files through the dash cam settings). The saved video will include a few seconds before the impact occurred (5-10s) and a few seconds after (15-20s). This can be turned ON regardless of the Parking Mode used (Time-lapse or Motion Detection).
TIME-LAPSE PARKING MODE The dash cam will continuously record at 1fps during Parking Mode. If Parking Impact is turned ON, the frame rate will briefly switch from 1fps to 30fps when recording the impact, then the dash cam will continue recording at 1fps.
MOTION DETECTION PARKING MODE The dash cam stays “asleep” until it detects movement around the vehicle. In this mode, any motion happening around the vehicle in recorded in an event file stored separately. The saved video will include a few seconds before the motion was detected (5-10s) and a few seconds after (15-20s).