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SKU BV750XLTE-PL-2-32

BlackVue DR750X-2CH LTE Plus Cloud Dash Cam

$429.99
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LTE Module Network Compatibility

The DR750X-2CH LTE Plus does NOT include a SIM card. In order to connect to BlackVue Cloud with the built-in 4G LTE, you must use a nano-SIM card with an active data plan. The DR750X-2CH LTE is compatible with SIM cards from the following North American networks: AT&T, T-Mobile, Bell, Rogers, Telus.

BlackVue DR750X-2CH LTE Plus Full HD Cloud Dash Cam

The Latest Dash Cam Built for the Cloud.

The DR750-2CH LTE is built for users looking to make the most out of BlackVue’s Cloud services - all you need is an active SIM card. Excellent fluid 1080p Full HD footage under any light. Now with updated Sony STARVIS CMOS sensor for front and rear camera, and Mobile Hotspot Function.

Front & Interior

Full HD @60FPS

Built-in GPS

Built-in WiFi

Cloud Alerts

Parking Mode

Updated Image Sensors for More Clarity

With an upgraded Full HD Sony STARVIS™ image sensor, the DR750X-Plus front camera records at a wide 139° view angle at a higher 60 frames per second to give you the smoothest image quality under any light.

With twice the number of frames per second, motion blur is greatly reduced, giving you important license plate detail even in fast-moving objects.  

Sony STARVIS™ imaging sensors—a benchmark in video clarity under low light—equip both front and rear cameras, so whether you are driving or parked, crucial details are captured perfectly.

Built for the Cloud

Connect to your BlackVue anytime, from anywhere in the world with BlackVue Cloud - just insert and activate the SIM Card and you're ready to go. No need for a separate WiFi LTE hotspot.

Receive Push Notifications on your phone whenever the dashcam detects an impact on your parked vehicle, and see for yourself with Remote Live View. Even better, let BlackVue upload critical footage—such as break-in or hit and run—in real time to the Cloud with Live Event Upload.

The DR750-2CH LTE Plus is compatible with SIM cards from the following networks: AT&T, T-Mobile, Telus, Rogers, Bell.

Built-in Impact & Motion Detection

With advanced parking mode technology, your dash cam automatically records any bump or physical movement on the vehicle when left unattended. Buffered recording even includes the few seconds before and after the triggered event, so you get the complete picture.

You will need the BlackVue Power Magic Pro (PMP) or an external battery pack (such as the BlackVue Power Magic Ultra Battery Pack) to enable this feature.

IMPORTANT

DR750X-2CH LTE Plus does not support built-in voltage monitoring and is not compatible with the DR900X Plus/DR750X Plus BlackVue 3-Wire Hardwiring Kit.

Mobile Hotspot Function

Turn your BlackVue into a Wi-Fi router for your car. With Mobile Hotspot Function, you can turn the DR750X-2CH LTE Plus into a mobile internet router for up to five devices. This means you and your passengers can now use your BlackVue’s internet on your laptop, portable game console, tablet or mobile.

To connect to the BlackVue, simply open your devices’ Wi-Fi menu, select the BlackVue and enter the dashcam’s Wi-Fi password.

Seamless Pairing with the BlackVue App

Effortless setup. With Seamless Pairing, just power the dashcam, then easily connect from the BlackVue app and follow the simple instructions, without leaving the BlackVue App.

Whether you want to browse your dashcam’s files and settings or connect your dashcam to the Cloud, Seamless Pairing makes everything easy and intuitive.

 

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What's Included

  • Front Camera
  • Rear Camera
  • Rear Camera Connection Cable (6m / 19.68ft)
  • 12V Power Cable
  • MicroSD Card
  • MicroSD Card Reader
  • Cable Clips
  • Mounting Tape
  • Pry Tool
  • Quick Start Guide
  • 1-Year Warranty

Specifications

Resolution (Front)

1080p Full HD @ 60FPS

Imaging Sensor

Sony STARVIS CMOS Sensor (approx. 2.1MP)

GPS

Built-In

Parking Mode

Built-In

G-Sensor

Built-In

Wide-Angle View

139°

Operating Temperature

-20℃ – 70℃ (-4°F – 158°F)

Loop Recording

Yes

Maximum SD Card

256GB

LCD Screen

No

Wi-Fi

Yes

Microphone

Built-In

Speaker

Built-In

File Format

H.264 / .MP4

Country of Origin

South Korea

Warranty

1-Year Manufacturer Warranty

See helpful BlackVue questions and answers on our FAQ Knowledge Base.

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Installation Guides

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
67%
(2)
33%
(1)
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OnTheFence (Boston, US)
Expensive but decent setup 750LTE+ and Powercell 8

Before we begin, the BlackBoxMyCar team is pleasant and helpful. The shipping was as expected. Product review - Overall the Blackvue 750LTE Plus and Powercell is a good setup, with a some resolvable issues. The Blackvue hardware feels solid and well designed, the cables are good quality. The Blackvue mount is solid, but really not built to disconnect/reconnect frequently. The features overall are excellent. The wiring is straight forward. I had previously ran 50amp accessory power into my center console, so that's where my Powercell battery pack is installed. The PowerCell will sit upright in a Silverado/Sierra center console and then you can easily reach the TINY on/off power switch in the PowerCell. This switch is not built for frequent use. If you want to turn off the battery when you're parked in a secure location, you'll want to be able to reach it. IMO the PowerCell should be well secured if you are putting it under a seat, velcro will not withstand an accident. Put it somewhere that it won't fly around if something happens or you're off-roading. Powercells are shipped close to dead, keep this in mind. Once fully charged, it will run both cameras system for about 20 or so hours. Back to the 750LTE plus - The rear camera cable is long enough to reach the rear window in my crew cab truck using the floor channels, clean install without pulling the headliner. Seamless connectivity was a must have feature for me so being able to utilize 4 methods of connectivity to the cloud is impressive. The camera will connect to my home Wifi in the driveway or garage. When the truck leaves the home Wifi zone, it re-connects to the trucks unlimited hotspot which runs anytime the truck is running. This frees up the 750's LTE plan for parking mode only when away from home. If the hotspot in the truck looses connection, it cascades to the next hotspot (you can setup 3 - another wifi, your cell phone etc) and then once those are unavailable it hits the built in LTE. AT&T in the USA has a plan that was hard to find on their web site, but it's $300 for 12 months, 20GB per month. The nano-sim took about 2 days to arrive. I had problems with the nano sim setup, which took multiple support calls to resolve. BlackBoxMyCar support is pleasant and helpful, however complex issues will be solved by Blackvue or AT&T support. Video playback to the app on your phone via cloud is good for the preview resolution, the HD video will play but it pauses every 5-8 seconds loading so it's painful to watch (over the cloud connection, even when it's connected to fast Wifi). If you want all the fun services, you'll end up buying a $10 a month cloud plan to get unlimited views etc. There is a free version with limited capabilities. The GPS feature in the paid Blackview software is ok, but for some inexplicable reason even with a paid plan you can't click on the GPS tracking map where an event is indicated and go directly to the video. You can see your trip, and all of the timestamps along your route. Events show up in red on your route, like hard braking for example. You can click on that and see a thumbnail of the event, BUT you can't click on it to view it. That feature is only available with a fleet plan. You have to remember the timestamp and then go find it in the list of recordings - bummer. Once you get this all setup, things work very well. Cloud connectivity, remote access etc all works as advertised. The documentation shipped is for the older 750, so ignore that. If you are using an iPhone, you will have a much better experience if you turn off Private Networking for all Wifi connections you trust. If you're also using wireless CarPlay, it might fight you a bit while trying to setup the camera. In the Blackvue software when you connect to the camera directly it attaches to it's wifi network. If you leave private networking on and have CarPlay setup you will struggle to get all of this to work seamlessly. You can get past this by temporarily forgetting the CarPlay wifi network. Private networking changes your iPhones hardware address randomly, which seems to confuse everything so shut it off for those networks. Also if you have a mac computer, and iCloud setup, you can change the order of your iphones Wifi selections. If you prioritize the CarPlay wireless network above your home wifi, it will transition faster when you get in the car. So consider your hotspot strategy closely if you are using wireless CarPlay. These are all small tweaks that are easily resolved, but can be frustrating if you don't know about them. Overall I'm very happy with the setup, I think it's one of the best solutions available for the features at this resolution. The BBMC team is friendly and answers many questions quickly.

W
Wallace H. (Richmond, CA)
Dr750x LTE and Neo battery purchase

Great service from Blackbox

J
J N. (Stanton, US)
So far so good

Good video quality. Only have it for about 2 weeks but no problem so far. Hook it up to wired b124x battery and lasts at least 15 hours depending on motion, but it can last up to 25 hours if you turn off rear recording on parking mode.this is with t-mobile Sim card installed.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
67%
(2)
33%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
O
OnTheFence (Boston, US)
Expensive but decent setup 750LTE+ and Powercell 8

Before we begin, the BlackBoxMyCar team is pleasant and helpful. The shipping was as expected. Product review - Overall the Blackvue 750LTE Plus and Powercell is a good setup, with a some resolvable issues. The Blackvue hardware feels solid and well designed, the cables are good quality. The Blackvue mount is solid, but really not built to disconnect/reconnect frequently. The features overall are excellent. The wiring is straight forward. I had previously ran 50amp accessory power into my center console, so that's where my Powercell battery pack is installed. The PowerCell will sit upright in a Silverado/Sierra center console and then you can easily reach the TINY on/off power switch in the PowerCell. This switch is not built for frequent use. If you want to turn off the battery when you're parked in a secure location, you'll want to be able to reach it. IMO the PowerCell should be well secured if you are putting it under a seat, velcro will not withstand an accident. Put it somewhere that it won't fly around if something happens or you're off-roading. Powercells are shipped close to dead, keep this in mind. Once fully charged, it will run both cameras system for about 20 or so hours. Back to the 750LTE plus - The rear camera cable is long enough to reach the rear window in my crew cab truck using the floor channels, clean install without pulling the headliner. Seamless connectivity was a must have feature for me so being able to utilize 4 methods of connectivity to the cloud is impressive. The camera will connect to my home Wifi in the driveway or garage. When the truck leaves the home Wifi zone, it re-connects to the trucks unlimited hotspot which runs anytime the truck is running. This frees up the 750's LTE plan for parking mode only when away from home. If the hotspot in the truck looses connection, it cascades to the next hotspot (you can setup 3 - another wifi, your cell phone etc) and then once those are unavailable it hits the built in LTE. AT&T in the USA has a plan that was hard to find on their web site, but it's $300 for 12 months, 20GB per month. The nano-sim took about 2 days to arrive. I had problems with the nano sim setup, which took multiple support calls to resolve. BlackBoxMyCar support is pleasant and helpful, however complex issues will be solved by Blackvue or AT&T support. Video playback to the app on your phone via cloud is good for the preview resolution, the HD video will play but it pauses every 5-8 seconds loading so it's painful to watch (over the cloud connection, even when it's connected to fast Wifi). If you want all the fun services, you'll end up buying a $10 a month cloud plan to get unlimited views etc. There is a free version with limited capabilities. The GPS feature in the paid Blackview software is ok, but for some inexplicable reason even with a paid plan you can't click on the GPS tracking map where an event is indicated and go directly to the video. You can see your trip, and all of the timestamps along your route. Events show up in red on your route, like hard braking for example. You can click on that and see a thumbnail of the event, BUT you can't click on it to view it. That feature is only available with a fleet plan. You have to remember the timestamp and then go find it in the list of recordings - bummer. Once you get this all setup, things work very well. Cloud connectivity, remote access etc all works as advertised. The documentation shipped is for the older 750, so ignore that. If you are using an iPhone, you will have a much better experience if you turn off Private Networking for all Wifi connections you trust. If you're also using wireless CarPlay, it might fight you a bit while trying to setup the camera. In the Blackvue software when you connect to the camera directly it attaches to it's wifi network. If you leave private networking on and have CarPlay setup you will struggle to get all of this to work seamlessly. You can get past this by temporarily forgetting the CarPlay wifi network. Private networking changes your iPhones hardware address randomly, which seems to confuse everything so shut it off for those networks. Also if you have a mac computer, and iCloud setup, you can change the order of your iphones Wifi selections. If you prioritize the CarPlay wireless network above your home wifi, it will transition faster when you get in the car. So consider your hotspot strategy closely if you are using wireless CarPlay. These are all small tweaks that are easily resolved, but can be frustrating if you don't know about them. Overall I'm very happy with the setup, I think it's one of the best solutions available for the features at this resolution. The BBMC team is friendly and answers many questions quickly.

W
Wallace H. (Richmond, CA)
Dr750x LTE and Neo battery purchase

Great service from Blackbox

J
J N. (Stanton, US)
So far so good

Good video quality. Only have it for about 2 weeks but no problem so far. Hook it up to wired b124x battery and lasts at least 15 hours depending on motion, but it can last up to 25 hours if you turn off rear recording on parking mode.this is with t-mobile Sim card installed.