Lens Specifications Up to 140° Ultra-Wide Angle, F1.9 Aperture
On Screen Languages
English /S-Chinese / T-Chinese / Japan / Korean / Russian
Note: Options may change in different regions
MicroSD / SDHC (Up to 32 GB)
Note: Class 6 speed SDHC cards or greater required for HD video recording
Connections Mini USB 2.0
Power Rechargeable Li-battery
Dimensions 110.5 mm x 49.6 mm x 25.6 mm
F1.9 Large Aperture
Light and scene stem from the exploration of light and shadows. As lens aperture influences videoing, f270 adopts F1.9 large aperture to achieve great effects so that pictures can be taken better in dark. Besides, f270 also supports maximum 30 FPS high frames video, 140° real wide angle and 1080P Full HD video specifications. It is light, simple and extraordinary.
140°Real Wide Angle
Precise white balance adjustment and proper wide angle lens are necessary for images with exact restored colors. Higher specification 140°real wide angle allows a clear view of every scene. We improve the image quality so that videos are closer to real scenes. In addition, we apply noise reduction technology to the products in ways that help reduce the noise in videos to make images more fine and smooth.
f270 conducts parking surveillance through collision detection and motion detection. Inner three-axis gravity sensor can record and store the images before and after collision as evidences when cars are collided. HP also develops motion detection technology which on standby can automatically record people and objects before lens when cars stop. We seek to keep you safe around the clock.
Large Battery Capacity
Maybe, people don’t know that most manufactures can’t install batteries in machine due to technical limitation. HP f270 develops the battery capacity of 170 mAh. What’s more, the batteries can adapt to the exposure to sun and heat inside cars.
HP Car Camcorder f270
Car Power Adapter (with USB connector)
Windshield Mounting Bracket
Minimum System Requirements
Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7/8.1/10
Pentium IV 3.2 GHz / AMD Athlon FX 2.6 GHz or higher