Offering wide-angle views and 4K video resolution, the FAS-Alliance F701-DR dash cam is the perfect driving companion for reliability and protection. Designed with Sony STARVIS Sensor technology for effortlessly clear night views and a parking mode feature for maximum security, the F701-DR delivers everything you need in a dash cam and more.
|Resolution||4k UHD @ 3840x2160P|
|Sensor||Sony STARVIS CMOS Sensor|
|Lens||2 Glass + 5 Plastic + 1 IR|
|Angle View||135.6° Wide-angle|
|TF Card||Supports 256 GB Max (not included)|
|Temperature Resistance||5°F to 149°F|
|Parking-Mode (Hardwire)||Motion & G-Sensor Activation|
|Parking-Mode (Battery)||G-Sensor Activation|
|Loop Recording||1 min, 2 min, 3 min|
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|FIRMWARE RELEASE DATE||DOWNLOAD LINK|
By registering your product, you can obtain a registration code to access GPS playback using a third-party app. Keep your FAS-CAM up-to-date with the newest firmware. New firmware may solve bug fixes and software issues. Register your product here:
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Dash cams allow drivers to capture scenes on the road while driving, providing peace of mind and security in the event of an emergency. The use of dash cams is highly recommended for the safety of drivers and other vehicles on the road.
A dual dash cam usually refers to a car camera setup made up of two cameras, one directed at the road ahead of the driver and one directed at the rear window of the car.
Dual dash cams provide an extra layer of protection while driving, capturing both front and rear emergencies. While they are optional, we recommend dual dash cams for those who are often on the road.
Our rear cam has an internal car view for taxi and private hire drivers. In low-light settings, the rear cam’s night vision will activate so you can use cabin view for nighttime driving. To learn more information read here.
We highly recommend using Lexar microSD cards with FAS-Alliance dash cams. Our dash cams have been tested specifically for use with Lexar branded SD cards. We recommend using at least a 64GB U3 card for the F701-DR series. If connecting to our rear cam, we advise using a 64GB U3 or 128GB U3 card for best results. The F701-DR series supports up to 256GB max microSD cards.For those looking to use FAS-CAPTURE, FAS-MODE, or Parking Mode frequently, we recommend using a microSD card larger than 32GB due to the size capacity. However, a 32GB card can be used for regular use. Other brands of microSD cards may cause the processor to overheat and are not recommended. Please note that using an unrecommended brand may cause your warranty to be voided. Lexar® Professional 1066x microSDXC™ UHS-I Cards SILVER Series - Best option for long term use Lexar® microSDHC/microSDXC UHS-I Cards E-Series - Acceptable option
Using Parking Mode or FAS-MODE can result in too many protected files. To unprotect files, go to Menu > Files > Protect. Then select the video you want to unprotect and press and confirm the unprotected files (FAS-CAPTURE) button. The video will be moved to the "Video" folder and unprotected videos will be overwritten during loop recording. Another method is to format your SD Card by going into Menu ► System Settings ► Format TF Card
There are different benefits to picking 1-minute or 3-minute loop recordings. For 1-minute recordings, video playback will be shorter and easier to search for specific events. However, shorter recording times will result in more files. Using the 3-minute recording means that the files are larger and the cam will also record in protected mode during FAS-CAPTURE. Each recording will be protected, thus taking up more space.
The G-Sensor has 3 levels of sensitivity that users can select. The G-Sensor is triggered if there’s an impact to the car. The FAS-CAPTURE button light will turn red if the G-Sensor is activated during Parking Mode and will only turn off once the car ignition is turned on.
Parking Mode allows you to monitor your unattended vehicle when the engine is off. Parking Mode can be triggered either by motion, the G-Sensor, or both. When booting up the camera, you will be notified if Parking Mode has been triggered. Our internal battery can be used for Parking Mode using the G-Sensor option only, making our dash cam unique to the market. The motion detection mode can only be used by connecting your camera power to the car fuse box. The cable for this connection is sold separately in our Hardwire Kit.To learn more information read here.