4k video resolution
The ROVE R2-4K comes with the ability to record videos at 4K or Ultra HD resolution. An image captured by the dashcam contains 8 million pixels. This high-end video resolution eliminates distortions and blurriness from images even on zooming, producing precise and more detailed footage. 4K recording capability makes the R2-4K a great source of evidence when claiming insurance or proving innocence to the police.
What is the video resolution?
The term 'Resolution' applies to the number of pixels composed in an image/video. More pixels signify a promising resolution whereas fewer pixels symbolize poor-resolution video. In simple words, the resolution is a measurement of the number of pixels in an image/video. If you are ignorant of Pixel, it is the tiniest unit of an image that can be displayed on any digital device. Many pixels join concurrently to generate a resolution -- which ultimately enables an image to appear on a screen.
What is a 4k or Ultra HD recording in dashcams?
4k or Ultra HD is a high-end video/image resolution that contains a certain number of pixels. Here, 4k simply defines the number of pixels displayed horizontally on a screen for an image. It is generally used for both the resolutions sizes -- 4096 and 3820 horizontal pixels by 2160 vertical pixels.
In practicality, recording in 4k is 4 times more detailed than the resolution of 1080p. An image from an Ultra HD dashcam consists of 8 million pixels whereas a normal HD dashcam provides only 2 million pixels for the exact image. In 4k video footage, even zooming in does not result in any blurriness and distortion. That is why you get more apparent and detailed recordings from 4k dashcams.
The actual point is that if you want your vehicle's surroundings to be recorded clearer, brighter, and more detailed, you will be required to employ a 4k dashcam. Rove's R2-4K dashcam offers video recording at 2880x2160P@24fps (4K) enabling you to view the minutest details in outstanding clarity.
The 4k resolution is the highest selection for recording in the R2-4k. It also offers resolution options for lower end recordings as well, such as:
The higher resolutions acquire more memory space than lower resolutions. For example, footage recorded in Ultra HD will require more storage space than a video recorded in normal 1080p.
How does a dashcam with a 4K recording feature help?
One of the primary benefits of the 4k recording featured dashcam is -- it delivers super-crisp and detailed videos, making your driving more secure than ever.
Once a 4k dashcam is installed on your vehicle's windscreen, your entire driving footage can be captured in Ultra HD 4k at a resolution of 2880 x 2160P. This is the main advantage that makes 4k recording the most demanded feature in the dashcam industry.
You may have noticed that a regular dashcam is not able to capture an image of a moving object, but it is not an issue at all with an Ultra HD 4k dashboard camera. Therefore, even if your driving is fast, you can rely on the 4k dashcam to record your car's surroundings faultlessly.
Footage recorded by a 4k dashcam appears very precise because of its on-point shutter speed. Which allows you to figure out license plates and faces from an extent.
This high-definition quality footage proves to be very beneficial when your car gets involved in a tragedy or problem with the law -- your 4k dashcam is capable enough to prove your innocence in such circumstances, by evidencing the ultra HD recording of the mishap footage that may have occurred around you. Thinking about your safety on the roads at all times, Rove built its R2-4K dashcam that delivers you the ultimate Ultra HD 4k video quality.