Cedar Electronics unveiled four Cobra connected dash camera models at the recent CES 2020. Each model in the Smart Cam Series (SC-Series) offers targeted feature sets to address varying driving needs and budgets, says the company.
The entire series is powered by the Drive Smarter cloud-enabled video management, alert and community platform which delivers intuitive video capture and sharing capabilities and accuracy in ID’ing road threats, says the company.
“We’re building a Cobra community,” said Jonas Forsberg, chief commercial officer (CCO), of the global product announcement, with models due out this summer.
Model SC-100 is a discreet Full HD dash cam outfitted with a quick-release magnetic mount and dual-band Wi-Fi, and provides instant red-light and speed camera driver alerts as well as 140-degree field of view ($129.95). The SC-200 ($159.95) adds voice command capability and a 3-inch LCD display as well as the Advanced Driver Alert system and the ability to add optional flex cams to the system. The SC-201 ($199.95) Full HD dash cam with 2-inch LCD display offers dual lenses, live remote monitoring alerts and enhanced night vision. And the fully featured flagship SC-400 ($249.95) is a 4K UHD dash cam is loaded with many of the features in the lower-priced models, while bumping up the field of view to 150 degrees.
Cobra’s Flex-View camera options, compatible with the 200 and 400, are the CV1 IR-assisted 1080p that captures a vehicle’s interior cabin view in Full HD, and the RV1, which provides a wide-angle Full HD 1080p rear view for rear, side or blind-spot areas. Each camera retails for $79.95.
Also shown at CES was the company’s Road Scout two-in-one combination radar detector and dash camera, which automatically learns, stores and rejects false alerts while providing Wi-Fi-enabled on-the-go updates and continuous-loop recording. Included with the Road Scout is a 16GB SD card.