4K UHD is four times as many pixels as Full HD*. It is a huge difference, and it shows. License plates may also be made out more clearly and from further away.
But even so, you don’t need a 4K monitor to appreciate 4K videos. Even on a Full HD monitor, You’ll zoom in much further without any visible pixelation.
HD = 1280×720 pixels (0.92 million pixels); Full HD = 1920×1080 (2.07 million pixels) = 2.25 x HD pixel count 4K UHD = 3840×2160 (8.29 million pixels) = 4 x Full HD or 9 x HD pixel count
In conjunction with the regular H.264 codec, the DR900S Series features H.265, often known as High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), the leading standard in 4K recording and broadcasting With H.265, 4K UHD video file size is very similar to that of Full HD H.264. In other words, you get 4 times bigger and better images without sacrificing recording time.
BUILT-IN GPS AND DUAL-BAND WI-FI GPS ADDS LOCATION AND SPEED DATA TO YOUR VIDEOS Speed: speed data will probably be overlaid within the video (may also be turned off within the settings). You’ll set speed display in Kilometers per hour (Km/h) or Miles per hour (Mph). Location: visualize your vehicle’s location within the BlackVue App or Viewer’s Map. FAST TRANSFER TO YOUR PHONE WITH 5GHZ WI-FI The dual-band 2.4-5GHz Wi-Fi means that you can download dashcam videos to a smartphone at blazing speed and allows Over the Cloud funct.