RACELOGIC have been designing and using cameras in many different types of race cars for over 7 years at all levels of motorsport. They are passionate about racing, and have used their own products to win a number of different championships, setting fastest laps and multiple pole positions along the way. They have now sold over 10,000 VBOX Video systems to motorsport customers worldwide, making it one of the most popular motorsport camera systems on the market.
This is because the VBOX is easy to use, reliable and gives you a very clear route on how to drive faster.
They have put all of that knowledge and experience into the design of their latest camera system, the VBOX Video HD2, which is designed to be simple, yet powerful enough to even satisfy the highest level of motorsport teams.
We at VBOX Australia share those sentiments and some of the most famous, high profile racing car manufacturers now use the VBOX Video HD2 in their race cars - including Porsche Cars Australia with the Carrera Cup Cars. From the feedback we have received, the drivers love it for its simple ability to improve lap times.
Racelogic's most sophisticated race car video data logger yet, VBOX Video HD2 features 1080p 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.
Graphics are overlaid in real time – also in high definition. With the high resolution afforded by the 1080p output, this gives the user great scope for fantastic dashboard and gauge layouts. The graphics are fully customisable but several default scenes are available.
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John Bowe - Touring Car Masters 2018, Symmons Plain, Tasmania Race 1 - reverse grid.. Dual 1080p video superimposed on real-time graphics. Note the Heart Rate, RPM and Altitude features. Many more options are possible with the overlay than shown here.Eg. brake/accel.