70mai is also a partner brand of Chinese Xiaomi and for 2023 it introduces its new flagship car camera model called 70mai A810.
It brings the brand new Sony IMX678 Starvis 2 sensor, 4K HDR content capture support and even 4G connectivity.
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New car camera 70mai A810 goes on sale on the very first day of the show, through the official store of the manufacturer 70mai on the well-known online marketplace Aliexpress.
Shipping from China is completely free and will take approximately 2-3 weeks. The advantage is the availability of verified free shipping Aliexpress Selection Standard and there is also a discount coupon.
70mai A810 4K Ultra HD camera
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Our detailed 70mai A810 camera review:
Detailed comparison of 70mai A810 vs 70mai A800S specifications:
70mai A810: Starvis 2 technology and 4K HDR content
Camera 70mai A810 it is supposed to represent the manufacturer's flagship, as evidenced by the sensor used. It is included in the equipment Sony IMX678 (the predecessor offered an older IMX415 sensor), with Starvis 2 technology for sensing the environment and an aperture of f/1.8. It also has Mai Color System technology, which protects against color blurring, especially with dynamic content.
Starvis 2 technology, which is part of the Sony sensor, offers a higher dynamic range and has also been improved in terms of sensitivity, noise suppression, near-infrared light absorption rate and delivers sharper images even at high speed.
It also improves the absorption of light and its conversion into digital content, which you will appreciate especially in poor lighting conditions and when driving at night. Starvis 2 technology was specially developed for sensors used in car security cameras.
A dual-core chip takes care of performance and image processing Novatek NT98529BG (2 x Cortex-A9, clocked at 1 GHz). Support is available 4K HDR (3840 x 2160 pixels, 25 fps) content capture, thanks to which you get accurate and precise details about your ride.
In classic 1080p resolution, the camera can record images at a frame rate of 60 fps. The add-on module is also for the back of the vehicle, which it supports 1080p HDR record.
The camera is attached to the windshield via 3M adhesive tape and there is also a preview 3″ IPS LCD display with physical controls. A small drawback is the support only 2,4 GHz Wi-Fi connections (802.11 b/g/n). You will also be pleased with the 500 mAh battery, 24-hour parking violation recognition, connection with a mobile application and recognition of movements using AI.
The angle of the camera is 150°, thanks to which you can capture the maximum of the surrounding image. You can record on a microSD card (32 to 256 GB), the use of a standard one is recommended U3 / UHS-3. In addition, your position is sensed integrated GPS technology and the camera is powered by a modern and universal USB type C connector.
Support for 4G connectivity is a significant innovation
The technical specifications of the 70mai 810 camera also feature 4G connection, which is a significant improvement over the previous generation of the camera. Thanks to 4G connectivity, it will be possible to connect to the camera remotely and you will be able to check what is happening around your toy car.
However, it will be necessary for it to function new 70mai 4G Hardwire Kit UP04, which includes a SIM card slot. The manufacturer will launch the 4G functionality in full only in October 2023, when it will be activated by an OTA update. However, the great news is that 4G connectivity is supported in most European countries.
Here is the full list of supported countries: Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Romania, Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova, Denmark, Norway, Iceland, Finland, Sweden, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Ireland, United Kingdom, France, Netherlands , Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, Monaco, Germany, Portugal, Spain, Greece, Italy, Vatican City, Andorra, North Macedonia, San Marino, Malta, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, Kosovo, Albania, Philippines, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore, Indonesia, East Timor.