To avoid accumulating the devices on the windshield of the motorhome, the engineers of the American brand Garmin have imagined a new range of GPS combining navigation and on-board camera. Called DriveCam 76 and CamperCam 795, these models can both guide you in the classic way during your travels but also film your journeys.
Both have a 7-inch screen and voice control to avoid letting go of the steering wheel. On the back of their housing is a mini-camera that can film the road continuously, with a 140° field of vision, and record in HD format (1080p) sequences of incidents detected on your route.
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Film, archive and share your route
To use them immediately, a memory card is included in their respective pack. All videos are automatically stored in an online server of the brand, for 24 hours from the date of download. If you have a Wi-Fi connection activated, you can share clips of your transhumance with other people (by sending them a link and a password) and update the cartography maps (Europe, South of the Africa) or the internal software without using an external computer.
Special services for motorhomes
The most expensive version offers personalized routes according to the size and tonnage of the motorhome. Aerial views, broadcast in high definition, facilitate any arrival at a service area or at a campsite.
- €489.99 (DriveCam 76)
- €589.99 (CamperCam 795)