Thinkware Dashcam U1000 2CH

  • £476.86

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The U1000 4K UHD Front Camera is 2x more powerful than a Full HD Dash Cam
  • 4K UHD Front Camera
  • 150° Wide Angle View
  • G-Sensor Incident Detection
  • Speed Camera Alert
  • Cloud Service
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • Optional HD Rear Camera
  • Hardwire Only
  • Super Night Vision 2.0
  • Time Lapse Mode
  • Format Free
  • Win/Mac Viewer
  • Mobile App
  • CPL Filter Included

This new model from Thinkware comes with a low profile and modern design.
The U1000 features a 4K UHD front-facing camera and an optional 2K QHD rear-facing camera.

Comes with a FREE CPL Polarising Filter



CHOOSE HOW YOU RECORD
You decide how your U1000 dash cam records its footage. Choosing from either a higher quality, or a higher framerate.

Option 1
4K Front Camera 30fps

Option 2
2K Front Camera 60fps


4K Ultra HD (3840x2160p)

2x more vivid than Full HD (1080p) resolution, 2160p 4K captures every little detail you may have missed before

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Cloud App Features

Smartphone App

The THINKWARE CLOUD App provides easy access to your Thinkware Dash Cam. Share the best driving videos to social media by simply downloading your dash cam footage into your smartphone’s photo album. Replay your latest driving videos and manage your dash cam’s settings all in one app!


Safety Camera Alert

The THINKWARE DASH CAM U1000’s internal GPS provides accurate location information while the Safety Camera Alert function is on continuous alert to warn the driver of red lights and traffic enforcement cameras.

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The RADAR Accessory Enables Extended Parking Mode for the U1000

By adding the optional RADAR sensor, parking mode can be extended even further while still capturing pre-event footage.

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Front and Rear view recordings

The U1000’s Image Sensors allow constant front 4K UHD resolution recording during both daytime and nighttime along with a 150-degree wide angle lens view. This will minimize blind spots to assure recording of all events without fail.


Super Night Vision 2.0

videos recorded in a low-light environment, such as dark alleys or parking lots, may not be clearly identifiable.
SUPER NIGHT VISION 2.0 in the U1000 uses Image Signal Processing (ISP) technology to record a clear, visible video in any situation- while driving or parked.

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Wide Dynamic Range

When you are driving under bright sunlight, coming out of a tunnel, or getting under the shadow of a tall building etc, a sudden change in frontal light exposure levels can result in excessively bright or dark recordings.
The WDR function eliminates excessively bright spots on the recording to correct its colour balance in order to ensure a clear image.


Automatic Exposure

A sudden rise of light exposure caused by strong sunlight or headlight beams of the oncoming vehicle may cause difficulties to assess the situation. Also, the lack of lighting in a dark tunnel or night driving may pose the same problem.
The automatic light exposure function controls the level of light exposure to maintain vivid and clear video recordings in all circumstances.

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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.

Incident Recording Mode

The Active Impact Monitoring System will automatically store the video data ten seconds prior to and after a collision registered by the 3-axis G-Sensor.

Manual Recording Mode

Similar to a video camera, you can use the Manual Recording Mode to capture events that occur in front of your vehicle whether or not it is in motion.

Energy Saving Mode

The dash cam will go to sleep and soon after an impact has been detection by built-in G-senor, U1000 will wake up within a second and start recording for next 20 seconds of the period.