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Polaris-DVR features-and-specs
Being involved in an accident is stressful enough and sometimes information around the accident can become skewed. The built in DVR crash camera records in a high quality 1080P resolution which ensures that you have crystal clear footage that can be handed over to insurance companies. This not only helps speed up the Insurance process but it can help avoid arguments at the  site of the accident.
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Features

  • Records in high quality 1080P
  • G Sensor built in
  • 170 degree wide angle
  • Automatic loop function
  • Easy data retrieval—via USB or SD Card
  • Small and compact
  • Comes with an 8GB SD card
  • Unit can take up to a 32 GB SD card
  • Motion Detection
  • Park Detection
  • Easy installation – can plug into 12 volt outlet or USB input
  • Hardwire cable available on request (optional extra)
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Video Tutorials

Please take a look at our video tutorials for an easy to follow guide on how the unit works and how to set your DVR up to your desired settings.
Polaris DVR – how to toggle between modes
Polaris DVR – Video mode settings
Polaris DVR – Playback mode settings
Polaris DVR – DVR settings

Troubleshooting Videos

If you already have a Polaris DVR and are having a specific problem, please see below some troubleshooting videos:
I cannot access the menu when I press the menu button
My DVR keeps shutting down after a couple of minutes
How to set the date and time
How to format the SD card
$185.00
plus postage and handling

12 volt plug for Dash Cam

Polaris Dash Cam 12V Plug
$16.50
plus postage and handling

Dash Cam Suction Bracket

Dash Cam Suction Bracket
$25.00
plus postage and handling

Dash Cam Hardwire Cable

Dash Cam Hardwire
$22.00
plus postage and handling