Tesla – BlackVue Dashcam

BlackVue DR900S-2CH

4K UHD + Full HD Cloud Dashcam

In a Class of its Own

The DR900S Series redefines expectations for dashcam video fidelity and storage efficiency. With its 8-megapixel CMOS sensor in the main camera, the DR900S-2CH captures 4K Ultra High Definition video—four times as many pixels as Full HD. The rear Full HD Sony STARVIS™ image sensor ensures best image quality under any light. Thanks to the H.265 (HEVC) compression, your videos look better and file size is kept as small as ever.

The front camera’s ultra-wide 162-degree angle takes full advantage of the 4K UHD resolution. The rear camera records in Full HD at a 139-degree angle with outstanding low-light sensitivity (great for cars with tint).

STARVIS imaging sensors are a reference in video clarity under low light. You can rest assured that your dashcam will capture critical details whether you are driving or letting your BlackVue monitor your parked vehicle.
With the free Over the Cloud add-on service, check on your car from anywhere, anytime.

While driving, your BlackVue detects impacts and sudden changes in speed. While parked, it also detects movements. Video files are marked accordingly so that you can easily find the relevant ones in the BlackVue Viewer for Windows and Mac OS or the BlackVue App for Android and iOS.

Will any wires be showing?

A very small portion of the wires will be visible (see pictures below). Due to the Model X front windshield size, a little more of the wires will be visible. Cleanliness is always a goal with our installations.

How visible is it through my Tesla windshield?

You can check the images below of how inconspicuous the cameras are in the images below. Most people won't automatically notice the cameras.

How does this compare to Tesla's dashcam option?

Tesla's dash cam is still very primitive compared to what's available aftermarket. For starters, it only records the front, no rear. It also doesn't have the capabilities to record while the car is off currently, which is crucial especially when trying to capture incidents that may occur when you're away from the car. Tesla's dash cam currently can record up to 1 hour of footage before over writing old footage, which is the minimum for our dash cams. No built in wifi means you have to plug your USB into a computer to view footage. This is inconvenient especially when you need to review any footage on the spot.