Monday, March 16, 2020

Brillnics Design Win in Garmin Dash Camera

PCWorld reports that its Editor's Choice Garmin Dash Cam Tandem uses Brillincs BRV0500 HDR sensor. This appears to be the first high-profile design win for the startup company:

"I’ve never seen the captures of a Brillnics BRV0500 sensor before. They differ from the Sony sensors we most often see, and are somewhat closer to the Omnivision sensors we sometimes come upon, in that they capture detail with decent color and little headlight flare. Pumping up the brightness in post-production will reveal even more detail. Note that this was with my headlights on, though I was parked."


  1. Sorry, but that looks like shit, plenty of other dashcams that are much better at night.

  2. Great nighttime videos and HDR

  3. Do you see how blurry and pixelated everything is? Even during the day time, you'll have a hard time capturing the license plate, night time, forget it. There are better cameras on the market than this. Chinese dashcams for $80 perform about as well as this dashcam in video quality space.

  4. It's really high performance products and very clear image of video record without motionless ~~


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