Headlights alone are not enough when driving on roads void of street lamps. But if you have the Lanmodo Vast Pro Night Vision System with Dashcam, that’s a different story.

Lanmodo Night Vision System for Automobiles

If the Lanmodo Vast Pro sounds a little familiar, that is because we have featured it last year. More than a year on, it is finally available to order through Indiegogo. It’s not a crowdfunding campaign. It is on flexible goal which means, it is a pre-sale event.

To recap, the Lanmodo Vast Pro Night Vision System Dashcam is a new kind of dashcam that has an integrated anti-glare 8.2-inch IPS display.

As the product name implies, it has night vision capability that offers better vision when driving in poor visibility conditions, such as in the night without street lights, or when it is snowing or there is a fog, for a distance up to 300 meters (984 feet) ahead.

Because, you can see further and clearer, drivers will have more time to react to whatever popped up ahead to avoid an accident. Thanks to the Sony CMOS sensor with 7-element optic, you will be treated to glorious 1080p image in full color and with a wide-angle view.

Lanmodo Night Vision System for Automobiles

And it records too, thus making the Lanmodo Vast Pro Night Vision System as dashcam with the bonus of clear, night vision. Speaking of recording, this device can also serve as a trusty 24-hour parking monitor.

Finally, there’s the G-sensor that triggers a separate recording in the event of an unfortunate collision. Footage is stored in a TF card and filed by recording time for easy reference at a later time. Even though it is not exposed to the element, Lanmodo has went ahead to give the Vast Pro IP67 rating.

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If you are sold by the concept, you may join over 1,300 backers in pre-ordering the Lanmodo Vast Pro Night Vision System Dashcam from Indiegogo. Prices start at an attractive 1,775 HKD (about US$229). Delivery is expected to happen sometime in January 2021.

Images: Lanmodo.

Published by Mike

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