|VIOFO A119||VIOFO A119S||Notes|
|Processor||Novatek 96660||Novatek 96660||Both cameras use the same processor|
|Sensor||Omnivision OV4689||Sony STARVIS IMX291||The OV4689 sensor has more pixels but the Sony sensor offers larger pixels with better light sensitivity|
|Maximum Resolution||2560 x 1440 WQHD||1920 x 1080 FHD||With the Omnivision sensor the standard A119 can support 1440P resolution|
|Maximum Frame Rate||60 FPS (@ 1080P)||60 FPS (@ 1080P)||The OV4689 sensor has more pixels but the Sony sensor offers larger pixels with better light sensitivity|
|Lens Angle||160°||135°||The A119 uses a wider angle lens compared to the A119S. On most vehicles the 135° angle should offer sufficient coverage from A-Pillar to A-Pillar|
|Lens Features||F1.8 Aperture | Vertical/ Horizontal Adjustment||F1.6 Aperture | Vertical Adjustment Only||The wider aperture of the A119S lets in more light and further contributes to its impressive night time video quality. The standard A119 has a greater range of adjustment compared to the A119S|
|Camera Body and Design||Wedge Shape w/ 2" LCD Screen||Wedge Shape w/ 2" LCD Screen||Both cameras look virtually identical and are the same size. Mounts and power cables will be interchangeable between both. The only noticeable difference is that the A119S has vents around the lens whereas the A119 has left/right adjustment around the lens|
Between the two cameras, the differences are fairly subtle and many users might not notice them unless they are compared side to side. Most users would be happy with the video quality and price point of the standard A119. For the user simply looking for the best of the best, the A119S offers better night time video quality in the same well designed body as the A119. Given the marginal price difference it's definitely worthwhile to consider the S model.
Check out the A119 and A119S here!