Wide Viewing Angle in dash Cam
The 150° wide-angle lens in the ROVE R2-4K lets you record an extensive view of the roads. That means you can capture the entire road scene, like board signs or the vehicles on the extreme right/left of the road. This feature in the dashcam makes footage more efficient as evidence for the police or insurance companies in the event of a mishap.
What is the Wide viewing angle in dashcams?
The wide viewing angle ensures capturing the full view. It allows a dashcam to capture a vast range of details on the road. The wideness of the lenses brings about the broad viewing perspective in a dashboard camera.
ROVE R2-4K dashcam captures an extensive view on a minimalistic screen. The 150° wide view angle of R2-4K enables it to record more critical details on each side -- such as the pavements and road signs, confirming a safe driving experience for you and your family.
You might wonder if it would be more beneficial to go for a 160° or even 180° lens for added safety. But when it comes to practical conditions, a 150° lens is the perfect spot because above 150° wide-angle lenses can result in distortion at image edges, making footage redundant as evidence to police or insurance.
In contrast, a 150° view angle allows you to see the car images in front of your vehicle in a wide field of view and at the same time not distort. That's why ROVE uses premium high-quality 150° lenses in its R2-4K dashcam producing comprehensive, clear, and detailed pictures. Employing R2-4K dashcam in your vehicle eliminates the worry about the broad field of view and image clarity.