Viofo A119 Pro QuadHD dashcam
- 1440p 30fps (5.0MP)
- Optional GPS and CPL
- 2.0" LCD screen
- 130˚ 7G lens
QuadHD 1440p 30fps videos
This Viofo A119 Pro records super sharp QuadHD videos in 1440p 30fps. It is equipped with a powerful Aptina 5.0MP sensor, NTK96660 chip and a high-quality 1.8 Aperture 7 layer lens. The resolution can also be set lower at 1080p 60fps or 30fps and 720p.
The Viofo A119 Pro has two types of parking mode that have to be manually activated. Note that for these functions to properly work the A119 Pro has to be powered with the Hardwire Kit (see accessories).
Activate the Motion Detection function in the menu and the camera will stay in stand-by mode. When a motion is detected, the A119 Pro will start a recording of 30 seconds and then go in stand-by mode again. Please note that this is a different recording type and is preferably only turned on during parking and turned off when normally driving.
When Parking Mode is activated and the camera is turned off, it will boot up and start a recording when a vibration is detected.
2.0 inch LCD screen
The compact but bright 2.0 inch LCD screen on this Viofo A119 Pro lets you see the current and saved recordings and makes the menu easily accessible. The A119 Pro has an optional screensaver that activates after 3 minutes as to not distract the driver too much.
Optional CPL filter
The Viofo A119 Pro has the option to mount a CPL filter (see accessories). A CPL filter is like polaroid sunglasses for your eyes, it filters harmful radiation and also reduces reflections in the video. The video gets clearer, especially when recording in sunny or very light environments.
Suction mount and optional GPS adhesive mount
This A119 Pro comes with a suction and adhesive mount included in the box. It can also be ordered with an extra GPS mount. The clever design allows for a clean installation, great GPS reception and videos with little to no vibration. The mount stays on the windscreen and the dashcam can be slid in and out of it easily.
128gb Micro SD support
This Viofo A119 Pro supports Micro SD cards up to 128gb (not included). 128gb stores about 16 to 24 hours of FullHD 1080p 30fps recordings.
The Viofo A119 Pro has a 130˚ wide view ‘fish-eye’ lens to make sure a big area around the car is visible and captured.
The Viofo A119 Pro has a super capacitor instead of a normal battery. Super capacitors are more durable and reliable than Li-ion batteries. They have a longer lifespan and perform better in very high or low temperatures. Note that capacitors only store power for a very short time, meaning that the camera will immediately turn off when the power it turned off and cannot be used without a power source.
This Viofo A119 Pro has an AV out port that can be used to show the dashcam’s screen on a remote monitor, like a built-in monitor in the dashboard of the car.
This Viofo A119 Pro is equipped with loop recording so the dashcam will keep recording even when the SD card is full. Videos are stored in short files of 3, 5 or 10 minutes, when the SD card is full the oldest file will be automatically deleted so there is space for a new file. This way you are sure the last period of time is stored on the SD card, the length of this period depending on the size of the SD card.
When powered by the cigarette power plug, the Viofo A119 Pro will start recording automatically when the car is turned on and will stop recording when the car is turned off. Note that this function will only work in cars that provide power trough the cigarette port when the ignition is on. When power is also provided when the ignition is off, the A119 Pro will stay on and has to be turned on and off manually.
The built-in G-sensor in this Viofo A119 Pro registers when you have an accident and in that case saves the current file in a special emergency folder on the SD card. Files in this folder cannot be erased by the loop recording.
This Viofo A119 Pro has a built-in microphone. The microphone can be muted in the menu.
Date and time registration
The current time and date of the recordings are visible in the lower corner of the videos. This setting can also be turned off in the menu.