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    VSYS Motorcycle Dual Dash Cam- Full Body Waterproof P6FL

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    IP65 water resistance for main body
    IP67 water resistance for cameras, cables and accessories


    https://goo.gl/TjH9no

    Features
    Dual 1080P @30fps Full HD recording: Allow to capture both Front & Rear view high resolution footage.
    Sony IMX323 CMOS image sensor + 6-layer glass lens: Brings a super sharp image quality, better light transmission, records crystal clear video.
    Metal housing: Designed with stainless steel housing to disperse heat away from internal circuit.
    Waterproof Solution: IP65 for main body; IP67 for cameras, cables and accessories.
    Built-in Wi-Fi with mobile App: Makes it easy to connect to wireless devices.
    Loop recording: Allows continuously recording by overwriting the files (the record time period can be set to 1/3/5 minutes in the menu).
    Emergency Recording: Support Emergency Recording Mode (G-sensor) and one-button Manual Event Recording (wired remote)
    Auto Power On/Off: Start automatically with your ignition, or any movement (ACC/smart power module) and turns off once the bike is not being used (keep recording about 3 minutes after your bike not being used for smart power module).
    Super Capacitor Design: Without risk of battery explosion and with much longer life compared to lithium battery. Power through motorcycle’s battery never need to be charged. No need to worry about charging problem at all.
    Wired controller: Check system status; lock the recording clips by pressing any button.


    Specification
    Model: P6FL
    Manufacturer: SZV-SYS
    Screen display: NO Screen
    Camera image sensor: SONY IMX323 CMOS sensor
    Camera lens view angle: 140 degrees angle
    Video resolution Front: Real 1920*1080P FHD; Rear: Real 1920*1080P FHD
    Video frame rate: 30fps
    Waterproof Level : IP65(host) / IP67(camera/cable)
    camera wire length: 2.5 meters for each camera
    Collision G-Sensor: three-axis stereo collision detection
    Microphone: Built in the wired controller
    TF Card: Support up to 128GB
    Wi-Fi: Built-in
    GPS tracker: Optional
    Loop recording: Support
    Frequency: 50Hz/60Hz
    Video Format: MOV (H.264)
    Recording Stamp: off /date/date&time
    GPS Player software: GV Player
    Operating Voltage: DC 3.7~ 5V
    Storage Temperature: (-20°C-60°C)
    Operating Temperature: (0°C-60°C)
    Operating Humidity: 15%-60%RH
    Battery capacity: Super capacity + RTC



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    Great system at less than half the price of the Innovv K2

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    Do you have a link to the GV Player software (mac based)? I’ve just got my kit fitted and not really had much chance to give it a good field test but so far so good, however I cant seem to find a link to the player despite a google hunt.
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    Have one of these on the way, it is half way here, looks damn good.

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    I use a PC so haven't looked for a Mac version pf the GVPlayer.

    I primarily use Dash Cam Viewer (https://dashcamviewer.com/) which you have to pay for but its very cheap and very good.

    It didn't originally work with the P6FL but I sent the guy some P6FL files and he updated his software to be able to display the two cameras as PIP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Jeffries View Post
    I use a PC so haven't looked for a Mac version pf the GVPlayer.

    I primarily use Dash Cam Viewer (https://dashcamviewer.com/) which you have to pay for but its very cheap and very good.

    It didn't originally work with the P6FL but I sent the guy some P6FL files and he updated his software to be able to display the two cameras as PIP.
    Funnily enough I downloaded that this afternoon. I am finding I need to reset the time zone to GMT every time I use it via the settings. Did you have this problem?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hops View Post
    Do you have a link to the GV Player software (mac based)? I’ve just got my kit fitted and not really had much chance to give it a good field test but so far so good, however I cant seem to find a link to the player despite a google hunt.
    1. GV Player: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dWC...usp=drive_open
    2. A 3rd party software: Drive HD Dash Cam Player
    3. A editing software supports GPS file input: RaceRender

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    VSYS dash cam at Brands Hatch motorcycle racing circuit

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    Footage of VSYS M6L Front view

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    so are you 100% happy with the system then? Would you recommend it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Decompressing View Post
    so are you 100% happy with the system then? Would you recommend it?
    Actually I'm the seller. You can check what other buyers said about it.
    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1000001989509.html

    And We have some new model(P6N,P45) released recently.



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    Quote Originally Posted by markpaulsm View Post
    Actually I'm the seller. You can check what other buyers said about it.
    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1000001989509.html

    And We have some new model(P6N,P45) released recently.


    Well my order is in Luxembourg at the moment, hopefully have it by next week, seems perfect for my needs, and price is good, I am hoping the smart cable I bought with it does its job, as I rather prefer this method rather than having to splice into my canbus cable, will let you know my feelings on the cable later.

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    Hope you can get it soon and waiting for your feedback and share!
    BTW, if you bought the model P6/P6L/P6FL/P6F/P45, then the supercapacitor is built in the main body. So you can use the attached USB cable to power the dash cam if your bike has 5V/2A USB power supply.

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    I've had the P6FL working on my bike for about 6 weeks. I was originally using the "smart" power supply but was finding that on smooth roads at constant speed (motorways) it would switch off and then come back on when I got a bump or braked etc. I changed to using the ignition powered power unit and all had been well since.

    Overall I've found the system to be excellent - apart from the playback software (GVPlayer) which is pretty poor but as I said earlier there are good alternatives available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Jeffries View Post
    I've had the P6FL working on my bike for about 6 weeks. I was originally using the "smart" power supply but was finding that on smooth roads at constant speed (motorways) it would switch off and then come back on when I got a bump or braked etc. I changed to using the ignition powered power unit and all had been well since.

    Overall I've found the system to be excellent - apart from the playback software (GVPlayer) which is pretty poor but as I said earlier there are good alternatives available.
    Thanks for the tip, I will see how the cable reacts, as do not do to many straight roads here, and if it does not work, I am sure the seller will find a solution.........

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    I fitted the P6FL recently and have found the quality of footage to be very good, however the time zone keeps resetting to GMT +8 every time i turn it off meaning it needs resetting for each journey. I’ve emailed the vendor but their grasp of English is not great.
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