There are multiple options for recording resolution through the Nextbase Series 2 range.
720p @ 30fps image quality
Nextbase 122 Dash Cams record at 720p resolution, with a full 30 frames per second. This is also known as Standard HD and is similar to some HD TV broadcasts.
1080p @ 60fps image quality
The 222 and 322GW models record in a higher resolution of 1080p (1980×1080 pixels), known as full HD, with the latter able to record at a higher 60 frames per second. This makes the videos smoother than ever before, and means that there is twice the number of frames every second to capture important number plate detail. Our 1080p dash cam will allow you to watch back your footage in excellent quality.
1440p @ 30fps image quality
The 422GW and 522GW in car cameras in the Series 2 range record at 1440p with 30 frames per second. This higher quality recording is known as Quad HD and is four times the definition of standard HD. This means that there is four times the number of pixels (2560×1440 pixels) and therefore the images are sharper and more defined. This means that you can read number plates and detail at a greater distance and also zoom in on detail without losing quality. Our most comprehensive HD dash cam.
The 422GW and 522GW models also have the option of recording at 1080p (60fps) and 720p should you wish.
The 622GW records at 4K resolution. Details of this Ultra High Definition can be found by reading our 4K Feature Page.
HD Dash Cams FAQ
1080p resolution will provide a crisp HD quality when recording and monitoring your journeys. But those who want to increase the quality of recording further may opt for a 4K Dash Cam. Our 622GW Dash Cam provides an amazing 4K resolution of 3840 x 2160 @30fps.
A 1080p Dash Cam is a type of Dash Cam that uses High-Definition (HD) 1080p resolution when recording. 1080p resolution can be characterised by 1920 horizontal pixels by 1080 vertical pixels high and is sometimes informally referred to as "2K".