Hyndsight Introduces Capture Recording Camera

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July 20, 2017 by   Leave a Comment

Hyndsight Vision System has introduced Capture, a recording version of its Journey wire-free vision system, providing clear visualization to help prevent collisions and provide safety monitoring.
According to a press release, Journey offers the ability to record simultaneously, while still providing real-time video stream, remote on/off capability, and high definition recording quality that can be stored on a 32 MB SD card for easy removal and downloading.
Capture is comprised of a custom-designed camera and monitor with a sunlight readable screen, antenna set, and two mounts in a solid case. The camera is rugged, water resistant and offers a real-to-life visual field. The system provides real-time video stream through a direct wire-free connection (camera to monitor) and a clear image that can transmit up to one-third of a mile with direct line of sight.
One of the highlights of Capture is that it can be mounted literally anywhere with the ability to pair-up to four cameras per monitor with each camera having separate recording capability. To effectively eliminate blind spots, Capture can be positioned for both rear and side viewing on RVs.
It has a 3- to 4-hour battery life before charging is required or can be optionally hard-wired. Capture has three different lens configurations all with the touch of a button starting at a wide angel of 75 degrees, 45 degrees and 23 degrees,  offering additional flexibility and options for use in any environment.
“While Journey has enjoyed tremendous popularity in the RV industry, many of our customers have encouraged us to develop a system that also has recording capability,” notes Melissa Thompson, CEO of Hyndsight. “Obstructed vision is a major problem in the RV industry and Capture provides drivers with a clear field of vision at all times preventing unnecessary collisions. It can also be used as an aid for viewing passengers for ultimate peace of mind.”
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