- Video Capabilities : The camera is a 1600p Sony IMX415 front facing camera with a Sony STARVIS IMX415 sensor for night vision. It also has a built in GPS and a G-sensor which will record a bump if the engine is switched off. You do need to purchase an optional hard-wiring kit to connect the camera to the battery
- Smart Green Light Reminder : The Smart Green Light Reminder is one of the unique future comes with this camera. This feature reminds you as a voice alert when the when a traffic light turns green, while you stopped. The same image algorithm works in tandem to capture the traffic level and signal light status. When the green signal pops, the dash cam indicates you to start and move forward
- The cam support geo-fencing and intelligent broadcast if you have a 4G SIM with it. The camera comes with additional SIM tray, but we never tested that feature on this unit
- Connectivity : Talking about the connectivity, the Jomise K7 features GPS and WiFi as its primary mode of connection. The GPS is common on dash cams these days and it enhances the features like the parking mode surveillance, G sensor, and many more. The WiFi connectivity enables you to connect the dashcam with your smartphones
- Parking Monitoring : The dash camera for car will automatically power on to record inside and outside when detects a sudden bump or impact to the car, which keep an extra eye on your car while parked
- G-Sensor : When the built-in G-Sensor detects a sudden collision, it will automatically lock the current video, avoiding the video being overwritten in loop recording mode and protecting important evidence. Sensitivity can be adjusted
Installing the K7 Dash Cam is remarkably easy, especially compared to most other dash cams. The hardest part is prepping for the adhesive, which involves thoroughly cleaning part of your windshield. Wait a minute for the cleaner to dry then position the dash cam. You don’t have to worry about where it’s pointed for now, as long as it’s in the correct general direction. Remember, you can pivot the camera later! The key is to ensure you know exactly where you want the camera to be. Once that’s done, follow the instructions to apply the adhesive and secure the camera. The JOMISE K7 can record in two different resolutions. You can choose 2,560 x 1,600 pixels (4K) at 30 FPS, or 1,920 x 1,080 pixels (1080p) at 60 FPS. Both have their strengths and weaknesses. The 4K resolution allows you to see significantly finer details, which is generally better. That said, the slower frame rate means that you’re more likely to see motion blur. So at higher speeds, 4K at 30 FPS is actually less desirable than 1080p at 60 FPS. On the other hand, higher resolution and lower frame rates are a better choice for city driving. The camera has a wide angle, 170-degree lens, which is almost fisheye but not quite. You can’t literally see your side view mirrors or the side of your windshield. That said, you’ll be able to see all three lanes starting from well behind your front bumper. This is ideal coverage for getting footage during an accident.