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How does the Super Night Vision 2.0 improve the VIOFO A139 Pro’s performance?Updated a year ago

The standard Sony STARVIS technology performs admirably in low-illumination monitoring. However, Sony's most recent tech, the STARVIS 2 IMX 678 image sensor, does a better job with a much wider dynamic range in a single exposure, even at night time. 

Thanks to the Super Night Vision 2.0 of this VIOFO. To give you an idea of how much of a difference this makes, consider driving at night with only streetlights to light the road. Footage from a dash cam with older Sony STARVIS technology may appear dark and grainy. But with a dash cam using Sony STARVIS 2 technology, like the VIOFO A139 PRO 4K UHD, the footage will appear brighter and clearer, allowing you to see more detail. Check out our sample footage for daytime and nighttime driving with the VIOFO A139 Pro here. 

Moreover, the Sony STARVIS 2 IMX678 image sensor features advanced noise reduction technology and supports an on-chip lens (OCL) and phase detection autofocus (PDAF) for better focus performance. It also supports Digital Overlap High Dynamic Range and Clear High Dynamic Range to ensure you don’t get blurry footage, but high-quality images. 

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