The Mio MiVue 528 is an in-car Digital Video Recorders (DVR) and features a 2.4 inch screen. It is the entry level model.
The Mio MiVue 528 records in 1080p High Definition (HD) quality not only when driving but also when parked using the parked mode. You can then set it up to detect motion and start recording any incidents that occur in front of your vehicle.
It is designed with a 360 rotating design so that you can position the camera to record at any angle to capture incidents in front of your vehicle.
Mio MiVue 528 has been discontinued.
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The Mio MiVue 528 is an in car cameras that has a 2.4 inch screen and will record in 1080p full High Definition (HD). The video can then be used to record incidents and accidents in the road ahead. It records in a F1.8 aperture for low light conditions, has a 130 degree angle lens for recording the full view of the road ahead and has been built with a 360 degree rotating design that enables you to record any view of the road ahead you would like. There is a screen on the device so that you can playback the video anywhere at any time should you need or choose to. There is also an in-built microphone for recording sound inside your vehicle.
If you would like GPS tracking capabilities built-in to the in-car camera then we recommend that you buy the MiVue 538 or the 538 Deluxe instead. You then can track the position of your vehicle wherever you are.
If you would like a speed camera database within the product you will need to buy the MiVue 538 Deluxe. These speed camera alerts are provided by RoadPilot. The screen displays your current speed, the speed limit and the distance to each camera.
The Mio MiVue 528 models also has a parking and motion surveillance mode which detects motion in front of the camera and then starts recording for any incidents whilst your vehicle is parked. It also comes equipped with a 3-axis G-shock motion sensor so that you will know where impacts come from.
Mio MiVue 528 FAQs
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Mio MiVue 528 Features
‣2.4-inch (6.1cm) LCD screen
‣1080p Full HD Recording
‣Accident and event recording
‣Continous audio and video recording
‣F1.8 Lens makes for brighter, clearer videos
‣130 degree viewing angle
‣Parking Mode - automatically records video when motion is detected
‣Photo mode - switch to the photo mode to collect photo evidence with Mio Mivue.
‣3 axis G-sensor
‣1 Year manufacturers guarantee
Because the Mio MiVue 528 has an internal rechargable battery you can choose to locate it cable-free behind the rear view mirror, which also helps to ensure the highest quality recordings and does not obstruct your view of the road ahead. Alternatively, you can use the included car charger to power the in car camera device. A windscreen mounting bracket is also provided.
MiVue Manager Compatibility
MiVue Manager is a tool for you to view the videos recorded on your MiVue 528 recorder. The Mio MiVue software can be downloaded from the Mio Service website.
MiVue Manager supports the following operating systems:
‣Windows 7 32bit/64bit
‣Mac OS X 10.7/10.8/10.9
What's in the box? (when purchased from ActiveGPS.co.uk)
‣Mio MiVue 528 Vehicle Drive Recorder
‣Dashboard mounting clips
‣In vehicle rotating mounting bracket
Mio MiVue 528 Technical Specification
‣Display: 2.4-inch (6cm) LCD screen
‣Resolution: 1920 x 1080p HD recording
‣Angle of view: 130 degrees
‣Video compression: MPEG 4
‣Video out: Yes
‣SD card: Will support up to 32GB
‣Audio: Built-in mono speaker and built-in microphone
‣Mains power: DC 12V-24V
‣Battery: Rechargeable Lithium Battery
‣Dimensions: width 64.6 x height 65.1 x depth 36.5mm
‣Mio MiVue 528 manual
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Page updated: 8th August 2016