This VBOX Video HD2 system has an HDMI video output allowing you to stream real-time video and audio to an HDMI compatible monitor, recorder or streaming device.
VBOX HD2 HDMI can be used to give live coverage of motorsport events for TV or social media, provide race teams with the ability to give instant driver feedback, or can act as a rear-view camera.
It comes with an HDMI port and locking pin to make sure our custom cable has a secure connection.
VBOX Video HD2 features 1080p 60fps video, real-time synchronised video/data with graphical overlay, Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity. The internal 10 Hz GPS engine recognises the race track you are driving and automatically configures the track map and lap timing.
Automatic recording, a pre-record buffer and internal power backup ensure that you capture absolutely all of the race action. Video can be recorded at thirty frames per second to SD card or USB flash drive.
VBOX Video HD2 - HDMI
- HD2 Logger with HDMI
- 2 Cameras
- 2 Suction mounts
- 2 Camera clamps
- In car power supply
- 32 GB SD card
- HDMI cable (0.9 m) with locking screws
Quality Settings & Log Rates
- Low - 3.5 GB/hr
- Medium (default) - 5.4 GB/hr
- High - 7 GB/hr
Graphics are overlaid in real time – also in high definition. With the high resolution afforded by the 1080p 60fps output, this gives the user great scope for fantastic dashboard and gauge layouts. The graphics are fully customisable but several default scenes are available.
To aid in setting up the cameras, an app for Android and iOS devices connects via the VBOX Video’s inbuilt WiFi to aid in getting the view just right, with real time camera output being displayed on the mobile device’s screen. The app also features some elements of the system setup for absolute convenience.
VBOX Video HD2 represents the very latest in cutting edge technology within the VBOX Motorsport range, giving you a competitive advantage no matter what level of motorsport you compete in.
Price includes delivery to Mainland UK (excluding UK Highlands, Offshore Islands, Northern Ireland or Channel Islands)