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  • KCA-DR300
  • KCA-DR300
  • KCA-DR300
  • KCA-DR300
  • KCA-DR300

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GPS Integrated Dashboard Camera


  • LCD screen
  • G-Sensor Built-in
  • HDR record enhancement
  • Built-in GPS Receiver
  • Parking surveillance mode


Key Features


KCA-DR300 Key Features


  1. Device mount socket
      For the deivce mount
  2. Mini-USB connector
      Connects to the charger or computer
  3. LCD Screen
  4. Functions Keys
      Settings, Activate Parking Mode, Take Photo, Manual Emergency Recording
  5. LED Indicator 1
      Indicates the system status of the recorder
  6. Power Key

  7. Memory card slot
      Videos are recorded to a MicroSD card
  8. Speaker
      Outputs audio
  9. Camera lens
 10. LED Indicator 2
       Parking mode indicator
 11. Microphone
       Allows you to record the video with sounds




Full HD Recording

Full HD Recording


Record high-resolution smooth videos at Full HD ( 1920 x 1080) while keeping the file size small with H.264 technology.










Built-in GPSBuilt-in GPS


The built-in, highly sensitive GPS receiver automatically records driving information in the video such as speed, altitude, longitude, latitude & heading. Display your location on Google Maps™ with a link to web when you play the video with “Kenwood Drive-View Player”.












Parking Mode


With latest motion detection technology and its own internal battery, the KCA-DR300 automatically activates and records video when motion is detected near the front of the vehicle. During parking mode, the security indicator will have a deterrent effect against car theft or vandalism.



Built-in G-Sensor

When the G-Sensor detects any sudden motion, KCA-DR300 will automatically save and lock the recording to protect it from being deleted. The integrated 3-axis sensor records G-force which shows the direction and the strength of possible impact.




HDR for Backlighting


Thanks to HDR (High Dynamic Range)technology, KCA-DR300 can record video at dark and bright locations, without underexposing or overexposing the image.

HDR for backlighting