Pioneer VREC-150MD – 2-Channel (Front & Rear) Dash Camera Full HD + Reverse Camera

  • 2-Channel Dash Cam
  • Full HD
  • 150° Wide Viewing Angle
  • Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
  • Image Quality
  • Front: Full HD (1920 x 1080p)
  • Rear: AHD (1280 x 720p)


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Pioneer VREC-150MD

2-Channel (Front & Rear) Dash Camera, Full HD, 30 fps. 150° Wide Viewing Angle. Rear View camera combines as a reverse camera to aid parking.


Your Third Eye On The Road

Install a Pioneer Dash Camera for peace of mind by protecting you from fraudulent insurance claims by being able to use the recorded footage in the event of an incident, giving you the ability to identify who is at fault quickly and easily.

The Pioneer VREC-150MD is a 2-Channel front facing ‘mirror type’ Dash Camera with a 6.7″ touchscreen, that mounts over the centre rear view mirror. The front camera has a Wide Viewing Angle of 150°, allowing you to capture data that other cameras cannot. Pioneer’s VREC-150MD also includes a Rear View camera, designed to be mounted externally for rear view recording and combines as a reverse camera to aid parking by expanding your field of vision.

The VREC-150MD is easy to connect thanks to the supplied cigar charger power connector.

*microSD Card sold separately.


Full HD

In addition to installing a CMOS sensor that realises high sensitivity, this product records in Full HD (1920 x 1080p) with about 2 million pixels of high resolution so you can record clear high-quality characters such as a license plate, in the day or night.


Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)

Enhances the light and dark dynamic range and corrects the images, compensating for “overexposure” and “underexposure” that occurs when the brightness changes suddenly, such as at night, or when entering or exiting a tunnel.


2-Channel Dash Cam

Front and rear Dash Camera package, recording both the front and rear.


150° Wide Viewing Angle

Record larger amounts of information with less blind spots, such as a motorcycle passing from the left or right or a pedestrian or bicycle jumping out.