A useful security accessory for BlackVue dashcams. The BlackVue Tamper-Proof Case fits over the housing of the front unit and prevents formatting or removal of the SD card, unplugging of power or coaxial cables, and removal of the dash cam from the mount. The articulation/rotation of the camera is also limited by this case so the driver cannot rotate it or tamper with the recording angle.
BlackVue Tamper-Proof Case
Angle of rotation suitable for sedans, SUVs, coupes, sports cars, etc.
Windshield angle of 20°–60° with the horizontal. Vehicles with very upright windows will not work with the BTC-1C as the camera would be pointed very low.
Angle of rotation suitable for all vehicle types.
Windshield angle: 20°–90° with the horizontal. Vehicles with very upright windows will not work with the BTC-2A as the camera would be pointed very low.
NOT Compatible with the following models:
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Got one of these for the 900x plus but they don’t have one for the inside camera facing the driver. Lol. That’s half the point of this setup.
Excellent product! Helps prevent pesky dealers from pulling out wires that they shouldn't be touching. Highly recommended.
Since buying my first dashcam, I've had it unplugged by different mechanic shops three times. I finally decided to get this case to prevent it from happening again after having strong suspicion that a dealer took my car on a joyride, but ending up with no way to prove it. The case fits the DR900X pretty well, though it doesn't fit as nicely as the original mount. As with most Blackvue products, it definitely should not be as pricey as it is. $50 for a bit of plastic and metal is crazy, but there really aren't many other options if you need to secure your camera.
As others have mentioned, it would also have been nice to have a small access hole to press the wifi button without removing the case. It's possible to get a small screwdriver in around the plugs to press it, but it takes a bit of patience sometimes. I'll probably end up just drilling a small hole myself.