mini2P Dash Cam

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Snap Distortionless HD Image

· 1440P high definition vision · 140° perfect wide angles

· 6 layers aspherics nondistortion lens · 128GB storage

1440P HD Loop Recording

mini2P supports 1440P ultra HD loop recording, with a sharpness of 78% higher than that of 1080P. 16:9 general model and 2.4:1 movie model is adjustable for setting. Automatic recording is available when car starts.


Perfect 140° Wide Angle

A wide-angle lens of less than 120° can capture the license plate at a longer distance, but the two lanes can not be seen due to the small angle; the wide-angle lens larger than 160° has a wide shooting range, but it is difficult to see the license plate when the distance is more than 6 meters. After our continuous experiment on the road, the lens angle of about 140° is the best for both shooting range and shooting distance.


Super Night Vision

mini2P adopts super large aperture F1.8, 20% more light intake than F2.0. With WDR wide dynamic and OV4689 image sensor (supports the highest pixel of 4 megapixel in the industry), mini2P is able to realize a star-level night vision.


HiSilicon's Next-Generation Image Processor

Based on HiSilicon's new generation of Ultra HD Hi3516D platform, DDPAI team optimizes the image quality, not only achieving a huge leap from 1080P to 1440P in terms of specifications, but also to make dozens of optimizations in actual recording results and app playback experience. The new platform supports 128GB storage at the same time, with a loop that can record 20 hours of 1440P video.


Handy Remote Snapshot Button

mini2P has standard features of a third generation remote snapshot button, just one click to save a image and a 10 second clip (5 seconds prior to and subsequent to the clicking) to your mobile phone. No matter which video format is selected for recording, the captured photo resolution is upgraded to 2592×1520, clear recording of 15 meters away license plate under relative stationary conditions. The bracket adopts a 300° rotatable design to record the front and in-car selfie. The beauty of the inside and outside of the car will not to be missed.


Free Direct Connection With Mobile App
Real-time Interaction "On the Road" Community

Built- in high quality Wi-Fi module, no need mobile data, direct connection to smart phone lets you playback, download, and view the camera's footage in real time. On the Road community integrates with DDPAI App to join millions of other users sharing interesting road trips, HD video clips, make your life more wonderful.


Make Your Blockbuster While Driving

Filter lens, frames and subtitle editors help you to make your photo story more like a movie. More fun you add, more “likes” you get.


Fully Upgraded Configurations

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1. How to change the Wi-Fi name and password of the Dash Cam?

Make sure your dash cam is connect to App, then go into Me->Settings->Camera Settings, tap on Camera Name to change your Wi-Fi name, tap on Camera Password to change your Wi-Fi name. In case you forget the password, use a pin insert into REST hole to restore to default settings, initial password is 1234567890.

2. what is emergency video?

When the G-sensor is turned on and a motion or impact is detected, the dash cam will lock this related video. These recordings (maximal 5 clip) will not be replaced by the newest loop recording.

3. Shall I keep the dash cam connected with my phone when it is working?

The dash cam starts to record videos automatically when the car is started without needing to connect to your phone. However, if they are connected, you can preview, download, and play back the videos from the app on your phone.

4. I am seeing a solid red light and the App fails to connect to the dash cam. What can I do?

Please format the micro SD card to reset your card, then try to reset your dash cam.

If you still have a problem, please email to, and our support team will be happy to assist you.

5. Why some of the dash cam video recordings are missing.

Make use the App& firmware are the latest version. If there is “Storage exception” notification means the SD card is corrupted and need to be replaced.

6. What is Parking Mode?

When the Dash Cam goes into standby for longer than 15 minutes, the DDPAI Dash Cam will go into Parking Mode, in this mode, you can select normal recording (30 frames per second) or time-lapse recording (1 frame per second).

7. Will high temperatures affect the DDPAI Dash Cam?

DDPAI Dash Cam protects itself in high temperatures. When the DDPAI Dash Cam's electronics reach 160F, the device will go into shutdown and automatically recover when it cools down.

1. I can't connect to my DDPAI Dash Cam from the App?

There are several reasons this may happen:

1) Ensure the DDPAI Dash Cam has been turned on (the working indicator light is blinking slowly).

2) Ensure you can find the Wif-Fi from WLAN (Android) / Wi-Fi (iOS) list, one common problem is that your phone/tablet disabled App from trust application. You need to have your device enable DDPAI App permission, from Settings-> Security and privacy-> Application Permissions, to the DDPAI Dash Cam Wi-Fi. It may also help to connect to the DDPAI Wi-Fi directly from your device's Wi-Fi settings menu, then returning to the DDPAI App and proceeding as usual.

3)In cases when your device installed third party App manager, find DDPAI App and enable all permissions.

4) It may also help to power cycle (reboot) the DDPAI Dash Cam prior to attempting to connect via Wi-Fi.

2. How does the Wi-Fi work? Do I have to turn on hotspot on phone?

You connect your phone to the camera Wi-Fi in order to access the photos and videos. It records video whenever it has power, so your phone doesn't have to be connected to it for it to record. It has it's own memory card, so it doesn't have to be connected to your phone to save data.

3. After connected with the dash cam Wi-Fi, why can't my Android access it's mobile data?

Due to an Android bug affecting all dash cams, the phone cannot access mobile data while it is connected to the DDPAI Dash Cam's Wi-Fi. If you want to use your phone's data network, simply connect to the DDPAI Dash Cam's Wi-Fi when you need to watch the recorded videos only.

4. Wi-Fi is always disconnected?

First, go in to Settings > Wi-Fi and hit the menu button, then select Advanced. You should then see "Scanning always available" with a checkbox next to it. Uncheck the box and your device will no longer scan for networks at all times. 

Second, if  "Scanning always available" checkbox is checked, make sure your smart phone is near the dash cam.

Third, make sure your devices are not surrounded by too many Wi-Fi networks.

1. How long will a 16GB TF card last?

A 16GB TF card can provide spaces for 6 to 7 hours of video recording in 1920*1080/30fps.

2. What kind of TF cards does this product support?

This Dash Cam supports a class 10 micro SD card up to 128GB. Suggested micro SD card brands: Kingston, Samsung, Toshiba, Netac. Format the card via App before use to ensure the normal function of the dash cam. Long-time use of the card will compromise the read / write speed. We suggest you format it regularly to make video recording smoother.

1. How do I update firmware of the DDPAI Dash Cam?

First, make sure that the DDPAI Dash App is updated from the app store.

Next, open the Wi-Fi settings of your mobile device and connect to the DDPAI Dash Cam via

Wi-Fi. Once you're connected, open up the App. You will get a notification asking you to update.

If you don't get the notification, you can click on the bust in the lower right corner of the App to manually update. If you cannot update the firmware via DDPAI Dash APP, you can also update the firmware via TF card. Here is how to update the firmware via the TF card:

1) Download the latest firmware for your camera and copy the firmware folder you have unzipped onto the SD card

2) place the SD card back into the camera and it will apply the firmware automatically. 

Note: Device red indicator will blinking while updating.

1. Can I pair my Dash Cam with 2 Remote Snapshot?

Currently you only can pair one Remote Snapshot with one Dash Cam, the latest pairing will replace the previous one.

2. Why the Remote Snapshot is not working?

First, make sure the Remote Snapshot is near your Dash Cam, second, make sure it is not run out of battery (blue light blinks while press it), third, pairing Remote Snapshot with Dash Cam again. Please let us know if you still have issues with the Remote Snapshot.

3. What if the mount loses it's stickiness?

There is a spare 3m adhesive pad. Also clean the mounting area before re-attaching it to the windshield.

4. How to keep the lens clean?

Do not touch the lens with your hands to avoid fingerprint smudges. Use a clean soft cloth to wipe the lens when it gets dirty. For better results, please keep the car windshield clean to avoid contamination.



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