Hanwha has unveiled its very own UMAZONe K3 in-car video recorder that ought to help you settle any disputes when driving with a bunch of backseat drivers, as it has video proof of all the turns you made, while adding weight to your claims of spotting a camel cross the road. Meant to be mounted on the windscreen of your vehicle, the UMAZONe K3 can store up to 2 hours of video on a 2GB microSD memory card in MPEG4 (AVI) format with VGA resolution (640 x480) @20 fps. Features include a color CMOS sensor, an integrated G-sensor and a built-in microphone that has voice recording capability as well. Seems to be a Japan-only device, this, so you might want to check with your local import shops if you’re itching for some recorded street action.
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