Motorbike Dash Cam - Thinkware M1D32

RRP $996.00

Thinkware takes the dash cam to new extremes with the M1D32. Suitable for motorbikes, ATV’s and just about anything else with 12V power!

THINKWARE SPORTS™ M1 Motorsports Cam is powered by Sony IMX 291 Exmor R STARVIS sensor. It is a 2-channel motorbike cam that records full HD 1080P front and rear clear, crisp and 140° wide-angle footage.

It’s IP66 rated camera housing, electronic image stabilisation with built-in Gyro Sensor and video enhancement technology let you capture stably-framed videos of your road adventure. Be it day or night, thanks to its Ultra Night Vision that supports all recording modes.

M1 Motorbike Dash Cam Quick Specs

  • Full 1080P Front & Rear Recording
  • Advanced Electronic Video Stabilisation
  • 2K QHD Rear Recording
  • 30fps
  • 140° Front & Rear Camera’s
  • Built-in GPS & Wi-Fi

U1000 Dash Cam Options

Motorbike Dash Cam Hardwire Kit

The included hard wire kit suits both 12V & 24V applications while continuously powering the vehicle’s dash cam. This keeps your Surveillance Parking Mode systems up and running whenever the car is parked or unattended.

1080P Rear Camera

Installed on the rear of the motorbike providing a 140° wide camera angle that records 1080P high definition rear view videos whenever you’re riding.

SD Card Storage

Every Thinkware dash cam uses an SD storage card to capture and record footage. The cards supported are available in 32 & 64GB.

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Dual Channel Dash Cam

Equipped with an input for a second camera, this bike cam comes with a rear one that’ll take your surveillance capabilities to the next level. With a rear camera in the mix, you’ll get peace of mind across the board. Letting you keep an eye on what’s happening behind your bike, as you ride.

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High Temperature Performance

Like all THINKWARE dash cams, this camera has a built-in thermal sensor that protects it from getting hounded by the intense heat. Clad in a specially-designed heat discharge construction, the sensor automatically shuts it down to prevent overheating. As such allowing the dash cam to thrive even in the harshest Australian weather conditions.