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  • NO.:000490
  • Package Weight:600gram
  • Orig.:US$284.98
    Registered users:US$189.99
    Rank: comment rank 5
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Garmin GDR 20 Driving Recorder

GDR 20 High Definition Driving Recorder provides real-time playback. Record and playback right away is much more convenient and become a great evidence for accident. Easy to install on PND device, Garmin presents the next generation driving recorder GDR 20. Through Garmin self-developed PC Tool software, significant information such as images, maps, tracks, coordinates, time and speed will be shown. Data provide the best reference back to accident scene. Garmin offers "point to point" comparison. Click track info to view correspondent image with relative position on map. Garmin provides a more efficient tool to compare data information. 

GDR20 must work with nuvi Compatible models:2555/2565T/2565RT/2585/2585T/2585R/3560/3560R/3595/3595R

F2.0 Fast Aperture, 110 Degree Wide Angle
Garmin GDR 20 adopts F2.0 fast aperture. The high resolution camera lens improves night photosensitive. Thanks to Garmin exclusive low illumination and low noise image processing technology, you don't need to worry about overexposure, afterimage or noise when shooting at night. Driving recording image at night is clearer than ever. 110 degree wide angle from GDR 20 camera lens records every angle from front view even blind sides. Vehicles from right side and left side can be clearly recorded.


GDR 20

4.5 X 4.5 X 4.53 cm  (L x W x D)
52.3 g
Shooting range
Diagonal viewing angle at 110 degree (horizontal 88 and vertical 53.5 degree)
Photosensitive components


Gravity sensor
Yes, with collision sensitivity settings
Memory card slot
microSDHC, a 8GB Class6 memory card above is recommended
Recording mode
Non-stop recording when the card is full, old files overwritten (except those being protected)

-HD    (1280 × 720 pixels) at 30fps, 256MB for each video file
-VGA    ( 640 × 480 pixels) at 30fps, 256MB for each video file
-QVGA ( 320 × 240 pixels) at 30fps, 256MB for each video file