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THINKWARE’s newest flagship dash cam model U1000 captures true 4K UHD resolution at the front and 2K QHD resolution at the rear, making it one of the highest resolution 2 channel dash cams in the market! Housed in a low profile and modern design, the U1000 brings to the table the latest Cloud Connected features including Live View, Locate Vehicle, Geo-Fencing and Impact Notifications, along with other important driver safety features such as ADAS and safety camera alerts.


Equipped with CMOS Image Sensors, this lets you record crisp and clear 4K UHD 2160P front and 1440P 2K QHD rear cam videos be it daytime or nighttime. Even better, it sports a 150-degree wide angle lens view that minimises blind spots across the board.

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High Dynamic Range

HDR (High Dynamic Range)

multi-exposure captures maximum image detail in high contrast scenes and corrects exposure levels when a subject is too dark or too bright. Such scenes include challenging low-light conditions when you want to capture license plates against the reflection of bright LED headlights.

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Night Time Picture Quality Correction

Images from videos recorded at night on poorly-lit avenues, streets or roads generally don’t look that lucid. But with this, it’s an entirely different story. It’s armed with enhancement sensors that make brightness, colour and noise cancellation controls possible each time; hence, vivid video recordings of your evening drive.

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Automatic Exposure

A sudden rise of light exposure brought about by intense sunlight or headlight beams from oncoming vehicles, or poor lighting in a tunnel may give any ordinary dash cam trouble capturing clear images but not THINKWARE dash cams. They come with an automatic light exposure function that controls light exposure levels for crisp footage at all times.


Lane Departure Warning System

Designed for distracted or drowsey drivers, the dash cam will alert you as soon as it senses you’re vehicle leaving the lane while driving at a speed of over 50 kilometres per hour. LDWS alerts you when leaving your lane to help keep any road misfortunes from ruining your trip or compromising you and your passengers’ safety.

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Forward Collision Warning System

Keep a safe distance from the vehicle you’re following with the help of FCWS / uFCWS. Equipped with a state-of-the-art road safety warning system, it calculates the real-time distance between your vehicle and the vehicle in front of you at a speed of over 30 kilometres per hour (km/h) on highways and under 30 km/h in a busy, congested city. This dash cam issues a three-level early warning to the driver, depending on the danger of the possible collision.

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Front Vehicle Departure Warning

When stopped at an intersection or a traffic jam, this dash cam's Front Vehicle Departure Warning (FVDW) intelligent guidance system lets you know when the vehicle in front of you has already started moving, helping you stay attentive each time.


Using the GPS data can precisely pinpoint the vehicle’s location and routes with its driving speed on the map on video playback. The GPS helps you accurately assess the status of the accident by providing you with the vehicle speed, the direction of the collision and the severity of impact. The dash cam not only records driving footage but can also be used to track and recall past driving routes whether it be work or holiday routes.


This dash cam comes with various Safety Camera Alert functions aimed at helping drivers abide by traffic rules and regulations to avoid getting ticketed for an infraction. Through the built-in GPS, it lets a driver know about a designated average speed camera & mobile speed zones and notifies drivers of upcoming fixed red-light and speed cameras.

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Like all THINKWARE dash cams, it 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, allowing the dash cam to thrive even in the harshest Australian weather conditions.

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U1000 also supports 2K QHD recording at 60 frames per second.
High frame rate delivers both smoother and sharper image.

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Using the latest Image Signal Processing (ISP) technology, which brings real-time image processing to the table, this captures images and records videos of up to 10 times brighter even in low-light environments like dark alleyways or underground parking lots for peace of mind.

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Geo Fencing

Aside from alerting you about the vehicle’s whereabouts, Geo-Fencing lets you know whenever your vehicle goes inside or outside a certain area. This will send you a push notification via the THINKWARE CLOUD mobile app. Even better, the Geo-Fence’s radius can be set by typing in the address or simply using a pin point on the mobile app itself.

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Live View

Watch what is happening in real-time. Monitor your vehicle with your smartphone, no matter where you are. Live Resolution: 768x452p @15fps (available during Continuous Driving Mode & Parking Surveillance Mode)
* Live View: Up to 300 minutes per month. (Reset on every 1st day of the month)

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Driving Impact Notification

Using the THINKWARE Cloud app, this sends an alert to the user’s smartphone, should the vehicle figure in a collision or accident. On the other hand, the owner’s registered contacts can be notified in case the driver gets involved in a car crash, as well.

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Locate Vehicle

This helps you find the vehicle’s real-time position using its Locate Vehicle function. As it updates every 10 seconds, it displays the current location, driving speed information and the direction it’s headed with the help of the Google Map.

*The Thinkware Cloud App must be donwloaded to the Smartphone and an account must be registered. The dash cam must be connected via hotspot to a smartphone or wifi dongle that is located within the vehicle at all time to use the Cloud Features. This requires an internet connection with data available. Carrier fees and charges will apply.

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