Blackvue 32GB DR650GW-2CH Wi-Fi Front and Rear Car Camera Driving Recorder
- Sensor de impactos y sensor de movimiento. Grabación nocturna y modo parking
- Regalo tarjeta SD de 32Gb . vision directa via WIFI
- Ángulo de visión 129° (Diagonal) / 103° (Horizontal) /77° (Vertical)
- Cámara de grabación constante. Graba en circulación y en modo estático o aparcado
- Módulo GPS integrado
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CAMARA DUAL GRABACION DELANTERA Y TRASERA SIMULTANEAS FULL HD (1920x1080) / 30fps max CONTENIDO DEL PACK Cámara DR650GW con soporte integrado 2 CAMARAS, DELANTERA Y TRASERA Módulo GPS integrado Modulo WIFI integrado Conector de alimentación de 12 V Manual de instrucciones en inglés y Castellano Regalo de tarjeta Micro SD 32GB Software blackvue integrado en tarjeta micro SD App gratuito Apple Store y Google Aps Cable A/V Soporte de parabrisas de liberación rápida Regalo Adaptador de llavero de micro SD a USB Pen drive
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I wasn't happy that Blackvue/Pitasoft doesn't provide a method to directly download files from the camera to a laptop via WIFI. The FTP server that used to work on the 500 series doesn't work on the 650 (Not a good business move Mr. Blackvue). But with some web research and some programming, I'm now able to download all the files directly from the camera to the laptop via WIFI (google gadgetblogist blackvue_live.cgi and you'll find the information needed). It can take quite a while to download if the card has a lot of data ... I was getting about 1Mb/s with the camera right next to the laptop and about 500Kbps with the car out in the garage (about 50 feet away). The method I'm using is not eloquent... I made a simple windows batch file that 1st use curl.exe to download a file list from the camera, 2nd uses a MSWORD macro to format the file list, and lastly using wget.exe to download all the files (.mp4 for video, .gps for GPS, and .3GF for the accel data). I would be great if a "C" programmer could throw together a simple distributable executable that has it all built in to a nice clean user friendly program.
I'm was using an iPod Touch to do the live streaming ... pretty nice. I'm sure I'll need to play with the event settings too... I was getting events by simply slamming the car door closed. One thing to consider is that the iOS devices don't let you xfer the files to a SD Card... but that's not really an issue once you can download directly to the laptop via WIFI... I'd really hesitate to pull the micro SD card a bunch of times for fear of breaking/wearing the card or the camera... that why Blackvue must get their act together and put that FTP server back in the 650.
I'll update this review on video clarity/quality for day and night after it's had some use
Here are some basic steps to download to laptop via wifi
#1 Download curl.exe and wget.exe (they're available all over the web... just make sure you're on a legit "non-spamming" site)
#2 Connect the laptop to the cameras wifi just like you would any wireless access point (make sure the camera's wifi is enabled)
#3 Open a cmd prompt (you can try a Ping 192.168.8.1 just to make sure the camera and laptop can talk to each other)
#4 Execute the following command "curl [...]
#5 edit the getvideo.bat that the curl.exe created such that each line looks like this (change the xxxx to h t t p)
wget [...] (the -P switch tell the wget command where to put the files on the laptop... fell free to change to whatever folder you like)
#6 then run the .bat file and voila... files should xfer
You find the following .mp4 files on the camera (in the /Record directory) xxxxx_NF (Normal Front), xxxxx_NR (Normal rear), xxxxx_EF (Event Front), xxxxx_ER (Event Rear), xxxxx_PF (Parking Front), xxxxx_PR (Parking Rear) ... where xxxx is the date/time stamp.
You'll also file xxx_N.gps and xxx_N.3gf for the gps and accelerometer files. That's where I used a Microsoft Word macro to properly reformat the file that the curl.exe command gives you...
Sample output of the curl.exe command
Sample output of the reformatted commands that will actually do the xfer of the data (change the "xxxx" to "h t t p" without the spaces between the letters )
Long story short is that you can create a single batch file that does it all with a single click. The only issue with my "clunky" approach is that you need to have Microsoft Word to run the text manipulation macro.
Unfortunately the camera has to go back. The cable between the front and rear cams was defective and according to Amazon, there was no way to get just the cable replaced. I even contacted Pitasoft, but they said to contact the vendor (after some research, I found that you must deal with a Pitasoft authorized distributor). I'll be re-ordering from one of the authorized vendors listed on the Pitasoft/Blackvue website.