Sometimes, it can be very hard to substantiate your case when you’re involved in an accident as the other party could conjure up a story that makes you look like the culprit instead. The Clarion DriveEye will help put to rest such hanky panky tactics, recording video automatically whenever the camera senses an emergency brake thanks to the internal G-force sensor. It will record 15 seconds of footage before the accident occurs as well as five seconds after that. The camera is stowed away safely in a magnesium case to prevent it from being damage in the event of an accident, and while it isn’t as durable as a black box, at least it is better than nothing. Video footage is stored into a 128MB CF card, and the Clarion DriveEye retails for approximately $412. Will you be getting one of these for your vehicle?
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