Importel QVIA T790G Dashcam

The QVIA T790G is a top of the line 1-channel dash camera featuring a Sony IMX322 sensor. The 1080p HD resolution gives the user the ability to distinguish even the smallest details on the recorded footage. The QVIA T790G also features Wi-Fi connectivity so you can view, edit and record with your smartphone or computer (Windows, Mac, iOS and Android compatible.) The dash cam also features built-in GPS for added security and peace of mind. Industry-leading storage capacity; up to 256 GB.

MSRP: $209.00 USD

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