The DOD RC500S

The DOD RC500S dual channel full HD 1080P Dash Camera with SONY Exmor sensor, 10Hz GPS logging and Wi-Fi connectivity.


The DOD RC500S is the first full HD 1080p dual channel dash camera with 1080p full HD ultra-wide video recording capabilities on both video channels. This dash camera comes packed with all of DOD's best features and more such as a SONY Exmor sensor that captures full 1080p HD video through its large f/1.6 aperture 6-element Japanese glass lens for a crisp clear image. The camera also includes ISO sensitivity of up to ISO12800 for superior low light and night time video recording. The built in 10Hz GPS processor enables drivers to capture speed and location with accuracy. To top the features of this camera off, Wi-Fi connectivity makes for easy setup and playback using the DOD mobile app.


  • ncreased size of SONY Sensor and expanded ISO range of up to ISO 12800 for superior image capture in any light
  • Front and Rear dash cams‐protecting both front and back of your vehicle
  • Advanced WDR Technology helps record stunning video in any light
  • Large f/1.6 Aperture allows more light to enter the camera for an even far superior low light performance
  • 6G Japanese element lens and 145° Ultra Wide View Angle enable drivers to capture the finest details without distortion
  • Adjustable Circular Polarizing Filter‐ effectively reduces reflected light.
  • Parking Mode ensures peace of mind by continually recording even the vehicle is left unattended
  • 10X Speed GPS Processor, automatic time calibration records speed, time and GPS location with precision
  • Date/Time/Speed/GPS coordinates stamping on videos provides irrefutable video proof of driver location, speed, time and date
  • G‐Sensor Automatic Trigger for file protection in the event of collision or accident that involves lots of force
  • SOS Files Locking Function enables the driver to quickly lock a file with the touch of one button
  • Automatically Records and Loop Recording for a worry free operation

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