Racelogic has announced an all-new, twin camera, data logging system; the VBOX Video HD2. In development for three years, including ‘countless’ hours of on-track testing, Racelogic states that its latest system is the ‘ultimate motorsport video system’.
The new system consists of dual 1080p cameras, allowing for a main view with embedded picture-in-picture. The lenses are wide angle, ensuring high definition playback functionality. Video can be recorded at 30 frames per second to SD card or USB flash drive.
The system’s GPS operates at 10HZ, and offers predictive lap timing that is relayed through the OLED display. Offering MP4 video and audio recording, the HD2 can take input from up to 32 CAN channels, whilst bluetooth LE connectivity increases the flexibility of connection with the system.
Racelogic also states that is has ‘raised the bar for the quality and reliability’ of its system by using an aluminium billet housing, solid motorsport connectors, built-in power backup and a sophisticated video pre-buffer.
The additional Circuit Tools analysis software has been updated and is also now available on a MacBook and iPhone/iPad. With the HD2 system, there is also an app for previewing the cameras over WiFi. Real-time previews are also overlayed with high-definition graphics.