VIOFO introduces its first three-camera HD A139 3 Channel dashcam

Innovative dash cam manufacturer, VIOFO, is pleased to announce that it is introducing its first triple channel dashcam, the A139. The newest model in the range, the device includes three cameras to record the front, interior and rear as well as many features to ensure drivers are covered as long as they are in their vehicle such as parking mode providing ultimate peace of mind and evidence when needed. The dashcam is ideal for rideshare (Uber/Lyft) drivers, taxi drivers or for keeping an eye on pets and children in the rear. It is available from Amazon.com for $269.99 and the VIOFO website for £219.68 (Amazon UK stock expected in March)

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Thanks to its three cameras, the VIOFO A139 dash cam can record the road ahead (lens wide-angle 140°) the rear interior of the vehicle (170°) and the road behind (170°) simultaneously.  The front camera with 300° rotation delivers 2560*1440p resolution at 30 frames per second (fps), with the interior cam providing a resolution of 1920*1080p at 30fps and the rear with 1920*1080p also at 30fps. The Quad HD+Full HD resolution allows the cameras to capture a super clear image, giving total protection. The A139 captures excellent and clear audio and also offers compatibility with an external microphone for improved outdoor audio.

During nighttime driving, the Sony STARVIS sensors (Front: IMX335 5MP, Interior: 2MP IMX291, Rear: 2MP IMX291) deliver a super clear night vision where rich details can be recorded even in a low light environment. The six infra-red LEDs on the interior light improve night visibility, allowing activity to be recorded inside the vehicle to protect children, drivers and passengers.

The dashcam allows for a faster transfer speed than its predecessors using Wi-Fi. The A139 applies 2.4 GHz and 5GHz dual-band Wi-Fi meaning that users can stream live video from the cameras to a phone via the VIOFO app. This can be easily set up via the app (iOS and Android) rather than needing to use the camera itself. The dual-band Wi-Fi also makes it easier for users to download saved footage from the camera when needed so it can be easily accessed for insurance claims. The Wi-Fi provides a much faster and more stable transfer speed under 5GHz than many other dash cams on the market.

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