The other night I was driving on the freeway, in my ICU Video Monitor I could see a car coming up behind me in the next lane on my left. He was going about 90 mph and I could tell he was slightly drifting into my lane. All of a sudden I felt my car being pushed to the right like a very strong wind was pushing me. Sure enough that car was passing right next to me almost side swiping my car, it scared the hell out of me! So I swerved away as fast as I could to avoid him and luckily he missed my car by inches! He was going so fast I couldn’t catch up to him in traffic to get his license number and report him to the CHP. It’s driving situations like this that really call for a new type of protection when you drive, at least a way to prove the actions of other driver’s at fault. So I have developed a new type of car camera system that can record 360 degrees at the same time to protect a driver in case of an accident. The Blackbird ICU Car Cam System can record video to a DVR for video evidence of the rear view, and The Dragon ICU 3-way Dashcam can record video of the front and side views to a DVR. When combined the two Cam Systems can record to a mobile 4 video channel DVR for complete protection in case of an accident providing proof of another driver at fault.
The Fly ICU Car Camera is so small you can hide it behind your rear view mirror and you will have the best front camera video recorded on the DVR. The Fly camera has Superior HD and night vision for excellent dash cam recordings. The camera cable can be hidden by tucking it in the roof liner and side panel, and the DVR can be hidden under your dashboard or in the glove compartment. Definitely worth the cost if you get into an accident!
The Dragon ICU Car Camera 3-way Dash Cam. 3 cameras for 3 angles of video recording to a DVR. Front, driver side, and passenger side views. The Dragon features a night vision far superior to that of a typical dash cam. The Dragon just sticks to the back of your rear view mirror to stay hidden and out of the way. Cables can be hidden inside the roof liner and trim. See more information at: https://