Motorola MDC150 (1080p) HD Dash Cam Black

Motorola MDC150 (1080p) HD Dash Cam Black

Motorola MDC150 (1080p) HD Dash Cam Black

This Motorola MDC150 (1080p) Full HD Dash Cam gives you peace of mind while driving as it captures video of what’s happening right in front of your car.
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Reassurance on The Road

The Motorola MDC150 Full HD (1080p) Dash Camera gives you peace of mind while driving. Dash cameras capture video of the scene in front of you, providing helpful evidence to police officers and insurance companies after an accident. 

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Wide angle lens

The Motorola MDC150 (1080p) Full HD Dash Cam has a 140-degree wide angle lens that can capture the entire scene, day or night. Plus, it has a low lux sensor, for superior night vision.

Diagonal color screen

You can play everything back on your 2” screen Motorola MDC150 (1080p) Full HD Dash Cam. A microSD slot allows you to save video on cards up to 32GB and the loop recording helps save space by overwriting old video that are no longer needed. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Your dashboard camera can record footages of events occurring when your car is parked with its engine off. The built-in battery will keep the sensor of your device in stand-by mode, and will start recording automatically for 30 seconds if it detects vibration or a shock. Parking mode can only record and save footage after an event has been detected by the sensor. IMPORTANT: Due to technical reasons, Parking mode is disabled by default. You can enable it in settings menu.

There are two ways to access Video Settings:

1. Press the Menu/Back button twice while in Video mode;
2. Press the Down button while in the last sub-menu of Main Settings. For each sub-menu, press Up or Down to navigate, OK to confirm, and Menu/Back to go back or cancel.

In case of emergency, you can lock/unlock the current video by pressing on the LOCK button when recording. The video footage of the locked video will be saved in the Event folder until the folder is full.

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