F750
User Manual
This Dashboard Camera (dash cam) is a specialized onboard device that continuously records video while the vehicle is in use.
Some features may not be available depending on installation, driving conditions, and vehicle type. The video quality might vary
for each device as a result of installed firmware.
The device DOES NOT guarantee video recording of all accidents as built-in impact sensor may not be activated due to combination of user settings and the level of impact during the collision.
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Contents
Before Using THINKWARE DASH CAMTM F750
FCC Statement Caution 01
Getting Started
02
Basics
03
Mobile Application
04
PC Viewer Software
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Device Information
1-1. In the Package 1-2. Optional Accessories
1-3. Product Overview
1-4. Inserting a Memory Card
1-5. Vehicle Installation
2-1. Turning the Device Power On/Off
2-2. Road Safety Warning System 2-3. Auto Calibration 2-4. Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) 2-5. Forward Collision Warning System (FCWS) 2-6. Recorded Files
2-7. Recording Videos While Driving
2-8. Recording Videos While Parked (Optional Accessory)
2-9. Manual Recording 2-10. Audio Recording 2-11. Formatting MicroSD Card
2-12. Initializing Device Settings
2-13. Upgrading Firmware
3-1. Thinkware Dash Cam Mobile Viewer 4-1. Thinkware Dash Cam PC Viewer 5-1. Specifications
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Before Using THINKWARE DASH CAMTM F750
▶U
nder the copyright laws, this manual may not be copied, in whole or in part, without the written consent
of THINKWARE.
▶ E very effort has been made to ensure this Guide's accuracy. However, we cannot guarantee the accuracy
of the contents in this document as there may be technical errors, omissions, and/or future changes.
▶ THINKWARE reserves the right to change or modify the product and the content of this manual at any time
without prior notice for product improvements.
▶ Images contained in this user guide are illustrations for instructional purposes only and may differ from the
actual product.
▶U
sers do not reserve the right to use the product for purposes other than as specified in this user guide.
According to the Personal Information Protection Act and other related regulations, the user/owner may
be held liable if the video and/or conversation recorded by the device are distributed without their consent. Thus, special attention should be paid in using this product.
● The MicroSD memory card should be tested for errors on a regular basis and as the memory card is a
consumable item, it will need to be replaced periodically.
● THINKWARE is NOT responsible for any problems and/or damages that may occur from the use of disingenuous, modified, or unauthorized parts and accessories.
● The device and the recorded videos are intended for personal use and the recorded videos should be
used for reference only.
● The device does NOT guarantee video recording of all accidents as built-in impact sensor may not be
activated due to combination of user settings and the level of impact during the collision.
FCC Statement
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)
this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of
the following measures:
▶ Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
▶ Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
▶ Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
▶ Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
FCC CAUTION: Any changes or modifications to the equipment not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void your authority to operate the equipment.
FCC ID: 2ADTG-F750
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Information to user : RSS-210, Section 5.11
Please be cautioned the changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compli­
ance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Notice: Operation is subject to the following two conditions : (1) this device may not cause interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the
device.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
IC: 12594A-F750
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Caution
Depending on the make and model of your car,
the power may be constantly supplied to the
dash cam even with the ignition turned off. This
may result in vehicle battery discharge.
This device is designed to record video while the
vehicle is in operation. The quality of the video
might be affected by weather conditions and the
road environment such as day or night, presence
of street lighting, entering/exiting tunnels, and
the surrounding temperature.
THINKWARE is NOT responsible for the loss of any
recorded video during operation.
Although designed to withstand high impact of
car collision, THINKWARE does NOT guarantee recording of accidents where the impact may cause
the device to be damaged.
K eep the windshield clean for optimal video quality.
If a foreign substance (e.g. fingerprints) is attached to the lens, it may reduce the quality of the
recorded videos. Keep the lens clean all the time.
The specified operating temperature of this product is -10°C to 60°C (14°F to 140°F) and storage
temperature is -20°C to 70°C (-4°F to 158°F). Ensure that the device is kept within these temperature ranges; otherwise, the device may not function as designed and at extreme temperatures,
permanent physical damage can result which is
not covered by warranty.
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void placing the device under direct sunlight.
Avoid using the device in extreme conditions
where the Product is exposed to high temperature and/or humidity.
Only use genuine accessories and peripherals
from THINKWARE or authorized THINKWARE dealer. THINKWARE does not warrant the safety and
compatibility from use of peripherals from other
manufacturers. Use genuine parts supplied by
THINKWARE.
Do not apply excessive force when pushing the
buttons on the device.
This appliance and its antenna must not be co-located or operation in conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter A minimum separation
distance of 20 cm must be maintained between
the antenna and the person for this appliance to
satisfy the RF exposure requirements.
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Do not clean the Product using chemical cleaner
or solvents as it may damage plastic components.
Use soft, clean, dry fabric to gently wipe the Product.
Do not place or store the device where it can be
accessible by children and pets.
Do not disassemble the Product as it will void
product warranty and may also damage the product.
Handle with care. Drop, shock, and mishandling
the Product may result in malfunction and/or
damage to the device.
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o not operate this device while driving.
Install this device in a location where it has unobstructed view of the road but does not interfere
with the driver’s view. Check with your local and
regional laws before mounting to windshield.
The device and/or installation parts have moving
parts and may shift in extreme road conditions
such as unpaved road. Check frequently to ensure
the device is positioned as instructed in this guide.
Do not operate or handle power cable with wet
hands.
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o not use a damaged power cable.
Keep the power cable away from heaters or other
hot objects.
Check that power cable with correct connector is
used and the connections are secure and firmly in
place.
Do not pull, insert, or bend the power cable using
excessive force.
Do not place heavy objects on the device and the
power cable.
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o not modify or cut the power cable.
THINKWARE does not guarantee that devices or
peripherals not authorized by THINKWARE will be
compatible with its Product.
Do not attempt to insert foreign objects into the
device or power cable.
Do not spill or spray liquid into the device as it
may cause malfunction, fire, or electric shock.
This device is intended to be used inside the vehicle only.
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Getting Started
1. Getting Started
This unit was tested with shielded cables on the peripheral devices.
Shielded cables must be used with the unit to ensure compliance.
1-1. In the Package
Main Dash Cam Unit
Mount with 3M tape
(1ea)
MicroSD memory card with adapter
(consumable)
Car Charger
USB MicroSD card
reader
Adhesive Cable Holder
(5ea)
Quick Start Guide/Warranty/
User Manual (stored in the MicroSD card)
1-2. Optional Accessories
Hardwiring Cable
Rear View Camera
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1-3. Product Overview
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micro SD
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4
MIC
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RESET
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Front
view
Rear
view
Left
view
Top
view
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micro SD
V-IN
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RESET
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MIC
DC-IN
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No.
Name
Description
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Camera Lens
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Mount Connector
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Security LED
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Wi-Fi LED
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GPS Receiver LED
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Operation Status LED
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Format Button
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Power
Front facing camera for video recording
Connects to the windshield mount
LED light that is used to visually indicate that the vehicle is equipped
with dash cam which is in operation
V-IN
Indicates connection status of Wi-Fi device (blue when connected)
RESET
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10
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Wi-Fi (
Button
) Connection
Button
REC Button
Voice Recording
Button
DC-IN
Indicates connection status of built-in GPS antenna
Indicates the device operating status
Press and hold for 3 seconds to initiate memory card format
Press and hold for 3 seconds to turn the device on/off
Press briefly : Connecting with Wi-Fi password
Press and Hold (5 seconds or longer) :
Connecting with WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup)
Initiates manual recording
Activates/deactivates audio recording
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Speaker
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V-IN Socket
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DC-IN
Connects to power cable
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Reset
Press to force the device to reboot
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Memory Card Slot
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Microphone
For voice guidance and alert/notification sounds
Connects to rear view camera. (Optional rear view camera is not included and requires separate purchase)
Location for the memory card
Records audio along with video
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Getting Started
1-4. Inserting a Memory Card
1-4-1. About Memory Cards
U
HS MicroSD card must be used with a storage capacity of 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB.
It is strongly recommended that minimum 16GB memory card is used for full HD recording.
 The MicroSD card should be formatted every 2 weeks to maximize the lifetime of the memory card.
1-4-2. Installing a MicroSD Card
Inserting the memory card
Open the slot cover and insert the MicroSD card into
the slot with the metal contacts facing up toward the
mount connector and push until it locks into place.
Removing the memory card
Press the end of MicroSD card until it
clicks out from the slot. Pull out the
MicroSD card and close the slot cover.
micro SD
MicroSD card
MIC
Do not apply excessive force on the MicroSD card or attempt to insert it in the wrong direction as it may
cause damage to the MicroSD card and the card slot.
Cautions
T he MicroSD card should be tested for errors on a regular basis and as the memory card is a consumable
item, it should be replaced periodically.
THINKWARE is NOT responsible for any problems and/or damages that may occur from not using genuine or authorized parts and accessories. It is strongly recommended that THINKWARE memory cards are
used to minimize memory card error.
E nsure that the device is completely off before removing the MicroSD card to avoid damages to the
memory card.
To prevent loss of important data, frequently copy recorded video from MicroSD card to another storage
device such as personal computer for back up.
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1-5. Vehicle Installation
1-5-1. Connecting the Device and the
Mount
A
lign the mount with the connector (A), and slide it
towards (B) until it clicks into place.
R emove the protective film from the camera lens.
1-5-2. Installing the Device
①C
lean the area on the windshield where the dash
cam will be installed.
② With dash cam main unit still attached to the
mount, remove the protective tape from the back
of the mount.
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ttach the adhesive side of the mount on the windshield where it has unobstructed view of the road
but does not interfere with the driver’s view.
TIP
The camera is located on the left side of the main unit so
install the dash cam on the right side of the center behind
the rearview mirror.
TIP
To ensure that the mount is safely secured, it is recommended that you separate the device from the mount after installation and press the mount towards windshield
for 5 minutes to maintain pressure. Allow 24 hours until
the adhesive on the mount has set before connecting the
dash cam.
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onnect the Micro USB end of the power cable
to DC-IN socket of the device.
Plug the car charger adapter end of the power cable
into a 12V DC vehicle power socket.
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rrange the wire by using the adhesive cable
holders as shown below.
④ T he dash cam should be facing forwarding
and is level with the vehicle and the road.
Adjust the camera using the level guiding line
marked on the side of the device.
Getting Started
1-5-3. Connecting to power
Guiding Line
TIP
Adjust the camera to have the horizontal indica­tor on the
dash cam to be level with the vehicle and the road.
TIP
Recommended location for adhesive wire clips are illustrated
in the diagram
Hide the extra wires by placing the wires
in the space between the ceiling of vehicle
and the top of the windshield.
RESET
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SE
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After installation, run the dash cam to record videos and
check the videos using Thinkware Dash Cam Viewer (Mobile
or PC) to verify camera position. Adjust the camera angle if
necessary.
ET
RES
For more information on the power cable routing instruction, please visit Thinkware homepage
(http://thinkwaredashcam.com)
Preventing Vehicle Battery Discharge
■D
epending on the make and model of your car, the power may be supplied to the dash cam
even with the ignition turned off. This may result in vehicle battery discharge.
■ S ome vehicles with multiple power sockets might be equipped with at least 1 outlet that does
not shut off the power with the ignition. Test each power outlet to ensure you connect to an
outlet that shuts off with vehicle engine.
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2. Basic Operations
2-1. Turning the Device Power On/Off
 Once connected to the vehicle, the device will automatically turn on and off with vehicle ignition.
: Red
: Green
: Blue
Blinks in all 3 colors
Power cable for vehicle
 To manually turn the device on/off, press and hold the Power button (
Press and hold for 3
seconds
10
) for 3 seconds.
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Basics
2-2. Road Safety Warning System
Using embedded GPS and road data, related road safety information will be notified to the driver.
 Initializing GPS
B uilt-in Internal GPS can be reset by selecting "Information > GPS Info > Reset GPS” on the Thinkware
Dash Cam Mobile Viewer.
GPS LED
Cautions
This feature may not be available in some countries.
GPS may be affected by weather conditions, satellite signal, and/or surrounding geographical features.
Coated windshields can interfere with GPS signal which may result in poor or blocked GPS reception.
O
ther electronic devices and/or equipment may interfere with GPS signal if placed too close to the dash
cam.
2-3. Auto Calibration
1. B efore using LDWS and FCWS, settings must be calibrated using the ADAS setup guide screen in the Thinkware Dash Cam Mobile Viewer App.
2. A
uto Calibration will initiate when driving on a straight road at a speed greater than 30km/h (18mph) for
more than 1 minute.
Align blue line with center of the hood
Align green line with the front
edge of the hood
Cautions
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DAS setup guide screen in Live View is displayed only when LDWS and FCWS features are enabled through
Thinkware Dash Cam Mobile Viewer App.
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2-4. Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS)
Audible warning notifies the driver in real time when the vehicle is leaving its lane. This warning is only enabled when the vehicle is traveling above 50km/h (approx 30mph)
* Default setting : 80km/h (approx 50mph)
 LDWS Setting
1. Verify that the GPS is connected by checking for the green light on GPS LED.
2. E nable LDWS feature by selecting "Dashcam Settings > Road safety settings
> LDWS" on the Thinkware Dash Cam Mobile Viewer.
GPS LED
2-5. Forward Collision Warning System (FCWS)
Audible warning notifies the driver in real time to avoid possible rear-end collision when the vehicle is ahead
is slowing or stopped. The warning is only enabled when the vehicle is traveling above 30km/h (approx 20
mph)
 FCWS Setting
1. Verify that the GPS is connected by checking for the green light on GPS LED.
2. E nable FCWS feature by selecting "Dashcam Settings > Road safety settings
> FCWS" on the Thinkware Dash Cam Mobile Viewer.
GPS LED
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02
Basics
2-6. Recorded Files
 Recorded video files are saved in the folder by date and hour in the MicroSD card.
Files are created based on the time when the videos are recorded.
Year Month Day Hour
Second
Minute
Front view recording
Rear view recording
(optional rear view
camera must be
installed)
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s a loop-recording surveillance product, the dash cam will
automatically overwrite oldest file in the memory card once
the memory is full. However, event recording and manual
recording videos are stored in separate locations and will be
protected from file overwriting.
Cautions
Do not use the MicroSD card as an external storage device.
Do not tamper with the system files within the in the MicroSD card.
This may result in unexpected behavior during operation.
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2-7. Recording Videos While Driving
2-7-1. Continuous Recording Mode
 Videos are recorded in 1 minute segments and saved as files
in the MicroSD card under the folder named “cont_rec”.
Operation Status LED
Voice recording is turned on.
Blue light on
Blue light on
Voice recording is turned off.
Green light on
Blue light on
2-7-2. Incident Recording During Continuous Recording Mode
 When the dash cam detects impact, it will immediately store
the 10 seconds prior and after the impact.
 The 20-second impact recording is saved on the MicroSD card
under the "evt_rec" folder. Note that the dash cam will detect
impact as incident only if the level of impact is greater than
the sensitivity of the G-sensor set in the user configuration.
Operation Status LED
Voice recording is turned on.
Blue light on
Blue light blinking
Voice recording is turned off.
Green light on
Blue light blinking
Cautions
D
riving over speed bumps, manholes, or uneven roads at high speeds can also be detected as an impact
and may trigger incident recording.
The device can record up to 1 minute of incident recordings in the case of continuous impacts or multiple accidents.
The duration of incident footage recorded may vary according to the device settings.
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02
Basics
2-7-3. Dual SaveTM (Internal Memory Backup)
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ual Save is a Thinkware proprietary technology that utilizes built-in memory as secure backup in addition
to MicroSDmemory card. Dual Save technology guarantees incident video recording using internal memory in case of an accident that causes damage to the MicroSD memory card.
┗ P ress and hold REC button and Voice Recording ( ) button at the same time for 3 seconds to copy incident recording from MicroSD memory card to internal Dual Save memory.
┗ When Dual Save is activated, it will immediately store the previous 4 seconds prior to impact and start
recording video for next 2 seconds for total of 6 second video clip.
Operation Status LED
Green light blinking
Off
Cautions
ual Save technology saves duplicate copy of recorded video for secure backup to the internal memory
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so the internal memory life span may be affected by G-sensor user setting, road conditions, and driving
behaviorwhich directly impact frequency of incident recordings.
Driving over sspeed bumps, manholes, or uneven roads at high speeds can also be detected as an impact
and may trigger incident recording.
Professional product service is required when replacing the internal memory.
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2-8. Recording Videos While Parked (Optional Accessory)
This feature is available only when the dash cam has been hardwired direct to the vehicle battery.
Separate purchase is required for the hardwiring cable accessory and installation is required.
2-8-1. Incident Recording
 When the dash cam detects impact while parked, it will immediately store the 10 seconds prior and after the impact.
The 20-second impact recording is saved on the MicroSD card
under the "evt_rec" folder.
Operation Status LED
Voice recording is turned on.
Blue light on
Blue light blinking
Voice recording is turned off.
Green light on
Blue light blinking
Cautions
T he device can record up to 1 minute of incident recordings in the case of continuous impacts or multiple
accidents.
The duration of incident footage recorded may vary according to the device settings.
2-8-2. Motion Detection Recording
The dash cam and the optional rear view camera are both equipped with motion detectors which are used
to detect motion that initiates video recording while the vehicle is parked.
 When the dash cam detects motion while parked, it will immediately store the previous 10 seconds prior
to the activation of motion detection start recording video for the next 10 seconds (Delete this phrase and
start new bullet)
The 20-second motion detection recording is then saved on the MicroSD card under the folder named "motion_rec".
Operation Status LED
Voice recording is turned on.
Voice recording is turned off.
Blue light on
Green light on
Blue light blinking
Blue light blinking
Cautions
While in parking surveillance mode, all buttons will be disabled except for the power button.
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02
Basics
2-9. Manual Recording
In addition to recording accidents, the dash cam allows the user to initiate manual recording mode to capture scenery and/or places while driving. This feature can also be used to save video as witness where the
installed vehicle is not directly involved in an accident. Video files saved during manual recording mode are
stored in a separate location on the memory card and will be protected from video overwriting in continuous
recording mode.
B
riefly press the REC button to start recording. The device
will record video for 1 minute (10 seconds before and 50
seconds after) as of the time when the button is pressed.
The recorded video will be saved under the “manual_rec”
folder.
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ote that when manual recording is initiated, the previous
10 seconds prior to pressing the button will be saved so
even if you just missed a scene, you can still capture and
safely store the video by initiating manual record within 10
seconds of the event.
Press Briefly
Operation Status LED
Voice recording is turned on.
Voice recording is turned off.
Blue light on
Green light on
Blue light blinking
Blue light blinking
Cautions
When the allocated storage for manual recording videos is full, oldest video file will be replaced by the new
recorded video.
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2-10. Audio Recording
 Briefly press the Voice Recording (
recording on or off.
) button to turn the audio
Press Briefly
Cautions
sers do not reserve the right to use the product for purposes other than as specified in this user guide.
U
According to the Personal Information Protection Act and other related regulations, the user/owner may
be held liable if the video and/or conversation recorded by the device are distributed without their consent. Thus, special attention should be paid in using this product.
2-11. Formatting MicroSD Card
 P ress and hold the FORMAT button for 3 seconds to initiate memory card format.
Operation Status LED
Green light blinking
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Off
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Basics
2-12. Initializing Device Settings
 P ress and hold REC and FORMAT buttons simultaneously to reset the device settings to default factory
settings.
Operation Status LED
Green light on
Off
2-13. Upgrading Firmware
 The system will automatically be updated if the MicroSD card contains the firmware upgrade file.
The device restarts automatically after the upgrade has been completed.
M
ake sure your device is always up to date with latest firmware.
Please check back frequently at THINKWARE website (www.thinkware.com) for the latest firmware updates.
D
ash cam firmware upgrade directly from the smartphone is available when using Thinkware Dash Cam
Mobile Viewer for iOS
Operation Status LED
Green light blinking Green light blinking
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3. Mobile Application
3-1. Thinkware Dash Cam Mobile Viewer
Thinkware Dash Cam Mobile Viewer App is available through Google Play and the App Store from iTunes.
 Mobile App device OS version requirements: Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) or higher, iOS 7.0 or higher.
 You may disable Cellular data (Data networks) for using apps in some of devices operating Lollipop.
 For iOS devices, Wi-Fi settings can only be accessed using the smartphone or tablet settings.
3-1-1. Connect Wi-Fi with Password
①D
ownload and install Thinkware Dash Cam Mobile Viewer application
② P ress briefly the Wi-Fi button on the dash cam to enter Wi-Fi connection mode
③ (Make sure to turn on the Wi-Fi in the device setting for iOS devices) In the Thinkware Dash Cam Mobile
Viewer application, turn on the Wi-Fi option, select “thinkware” from SSID list, and enter password as
“123456789”
P assword is only required during first time you try to connect.
The device will auto-connect in subsequent connections.
Press Briefly
※ Dash cam will automatically turn off the Wi-Fi connection mode if not connected within 1 minute.
Cautions
T he distance range between the dash cam and connecting smart device is approximately 10 meters (3.3ft)
in an open field environment
Use of ADAS features (road safety warning system) are restricted while being accessed using Thinkware
Dash Cam Mobile Viewer.
Only the selective keys and buttons will work on the connecting device (not including the power button)
when using Thinkware Dash Cam Mobile Viewer.
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03
Mobile Application
 Connecting with WPS ( Only Android OS)
①D
ownload and install Thinkware Dash Cam Mobile Viewer application.
② P ress and hold Wi-Fi (
) button for more than 5 seconds on the dash cam to enter WPS connection mode.
③ S elect "WPS" button on the Thinkware Dash Cam Mobile Viewer application to automatically connect to
the Thinkware dash cam using Wi-Fi. (takes approximately 20~30 seconds)
: Retry Wi-Fi search.
Press and hold for 5
seconds
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3-1-2. Thinkware Dash Cam Mobile Viewer Main Menu
Following section describing the Thinkware Dash Cam Mobile Viewer menu is based on Android devices.
Layouts and screen captures might be slightly different for iOS devices.
 Live View
Back
Switch to front/rear view
(appears only when
the rear view camera is
connected)
Live View
Audio recording
on/off
Current speed/voltage
Current date/time
GPS status
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03
Mobile Application
3-1-3. Video List
 Continuous Recording : L ists loop recording videos during continuous mode
(in 1 minute segments)
 Incident in Continuous Mode : L ists incident recording videos during continuous mode
 Motion in Parking Mode : L ists motion detection recording videos during
parking surveillance mode
 Incident in Parking Mode : L ists incident recording videos during parking
surveillance mode
 Manual Recording : L ists manual recording videos initiated by selecting manual recording button
 Recording List Menu
Download : C
opies selected video file to the device from the dash cam
MicroSD card (Wi-Fi must be connected)
Video Info : D
isplays date/time, file name, recording type, size, duration,
video quality for the selected video file
Delete : Removes the selected video file
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 Video Playback
Front view videos
Rear view videos
Zoom in/out to expand video up to
200% (commonly supported on the
device with pinch in/out gestures)
W
hen "Download" is selected from
the menu, all selected videos located
at 'internal memory > Thinkware
Dashcam' folder from the device will
be downloaded.
Video playback
progress bar
Switch between front/
rear view
Auto loop
Previous
Fastforward10
seconds
(tap and hold for continuousfast forward by 10
seconds)
Next
Rewind 10 seconds
Play/Pause
(tap and hold
for continuous rewind by 10
seconds)
Cautions
For Android OS devices, it may take a while until downloaded videos are displayed in the list.
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03
Mobile Application
3-1-4. Memory Management
 Memory card management
Memory partition setting :
Sets how storage space on the memory card will be allotted for each
recording mode (Entire memory card will be formatted when the
memory partition setting is changed)
Memory card format :
Formats the MicroSD card. Formatting will completely erase all video
files stored in the memory card
※ It is recommended that you back up data before formatting the
memory card.Once you format the memory card, all data will be deleted and cannot be restored.The method for formatting a MicroSD
card might vary depending on the computer operating system.
Video overwrite setting :
Sets the overwriting option which will allow new video files to overwrite oldestvideo in storage reserved for each mod
 Dual Save Video
Dual Save Video : Lists Dual Save videos
Copy to memory card : C
opy all Dual Save videos saved on the internal memory to the MicroSD card
Delete Dual Save : D
elete all Dual Save videos saved on the internal
memory
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3-1-5. Dashcam Settings
 Camera Settings
Front/Rear Camera Resolution :
Sets the video recording resolution for front/rear camera
Front/Rear Camera brightness :
Sets the video recordingbrightness for front/rear camera
Wide Dynamic Range :
Sets the WDR mode to record clear videos under large variation ofbacklightingillumination
 Record Settings
Continuous recording impact sensitivity :
Sets the impact sensitivity during continuous recording mode. It is
recommended that you set the sensitivity according to vehicle type.
High sensitivity setting is recommended for cars with softer ride such
as luxury sedans; while low sensitivity setting is recommendedfor cars
such as performance cars, trucks, or SUVs which tends to have stiffer
suspension settings.
Parking mode :
Monitors vehicle ignition status to automatically convert to parking
mode when the vehicle engine is turned off. The dash cam must be
hardwired to the vehicle for the use of parking mode.
Parking mode impact sensitivity :
Sets the impact sensitivity during parking mode
Motion detection sensitivity :
Sets the motion detection sensitivity during parking mode
Sensitivity :
Sets the impact sensitivity level in parking mode.
Device auto-off timer :
Sets the timer for the dash cam to automatically shut down in parking mode to prevent fromdraining the
vehicle battery
Device auto-off voltage :
Sets the voltage level for the dash cam to automatically shut down if the dash cam detects voltage level
lower than configured value for more than 5 minutes in order to prevent fromdraining the vehicle battery
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Mobile Application
 Road Safety Warning System Settings
Road safety warning notification :
Sets the audible notifications for road safety warnings
Vehicle type :
Sets the vehicle type to be used to optimize Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) features such as Lane Departure Warning System
(LDWS) and Forward Collision Warning System (FCWS).
Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) :
Sets the LDWS driver assistance notification.
LDWS sensitivity :
Sets the lane departure detection sensitivity. (It is recommended that
the sensitivity is set at high for wider vehicles)
LDWS speed :
Sets the speed at which the LDWS notification is enabled. LDWS
warning will only be notified to the driver when the vehicle veers off
the lane travelling at the configured speed.
Forward Collision Warning System (FCWS) :
Sets the FCWS driver assistance notification.
FCWS sensitivity : Sets the forward collision detection sensitivity
 System Settings
Language : Sets dash cam system language
Volume : Sets the volume level
Security LED : Sets the pattern for security LED
Time zone : Sets the time zone
Daylight saving : Sets the daylight saving time
Speed unit : Sets the unit for the vehicle speed
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 Wi-Fi Settings
Sets the Wi-Fi name and/or password
 Information
App Information : Displays current version and latest available version
Dash cam information : Displays dash cam information
GPS Information : Displays GPS information and provides GPS reset option
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PC Viewer Software
4. PC Viewer Software
4-1. Thinkware Dash Cam PC Viewer
Thinkware Dash Cam PC Viewer for Windows/MacOS is provided which can be used to watch videos recorded
with the dash cam. The video files recorded by the dash cam are in one minute segments and the PC viewer
allows the user to watch these segments in single continuous video.
The setup file for the Thinkware Dash Cam PC Viewer is included in the MicroSD card within the package.
Please check THINKWARE homepage(www.thinkware.com) for the latest Dash Cam PC Viewer application.
4-1-1. Thinkware Dash Cam PC Viewer Software
Front
Rear
MicroSD card
① Insert the MicroSD card into the USB MicroSD card
reader (included in the package) with front side
facing up as shown in the illustration.
② Connect the USB MicroSD card reader to the PC.
Ensure that the USB card reader is correctly
oriented when inserting it into the USB drive
Removing MicroSD card
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4-1-2. Installing Thinkware Dash Cam PC Viewer
Windows
①D
ouble-click the Thinkware Dash Cam PC Viewer
setup file saved in the MicroSD card to initiate program installation.
②D
ouble-click the application icon once PC Viewer
installation completes and the application main
screen will then appear.
Cautions
S ystem requirements : Windows XP (32bit),
Windows 7 (32/64bit), Windows 8.x (32/64bit)
MAC
①M
ove the file named “Dashcam Viewer.zip” stored in the MicroSD card to the desktop.
② R ight click on the mouse and select “Open With” > “Archive Utility” to launch the Thinkware Dash cam
PC viewer application.
Cautions
System requirements : MAC OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion or later (OS X 10.9 Mavericks, OS X 10.10 Yosemite)
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PC Viewer Software
4-1-3. Select the Device Drive for F750
① Click File
from menu and select the drive for
the portable storage drive for the connected
MicroSD card.
② S elect any file from the list to load entire video playlist in the memory card.
Cautions
T he MicroSD card will not be recognized by the software until it has been initialized in the dash cam.
It is recommended that the user record at least one video clip on the MicroSD card with the dash cam
unit before accessing the Thinkware Dash Cam PC Viewer.
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4-1-4. Thinkware Dash Cam PC Viewer Overview
Full Screen
Dash Cam Setting / Information
Switch between Front/Rear View
File Open
Rear View
(Enabled only if
MicroSD card
contains video
captured using rear
view camera)
Viewing Screen
Map
Checks the location
of the recorded
video (Enabled only
if video is captured
while connected
using GPS antenna
(optional in some
models) and must
also be connected
to the Internet)
Playback
Progress
Current Playing Time/
Total Playing Time
Driving Speed
Playlist
Impact Sensor Value
No.
Name
Play Previous
Plays the previous file before the current file
Rewind by 10 Sec
Rewinds the current file being played by 10 seconds
(If selected, it continues to rewind by 10 seconds)
Play/Pause
Plays the recorded file / temporarily pauses playback
Stop
Fast-forward by 10 Sec
Stops the file being played. The playback status resets to the starting point of
the video.
Fast-forwards the current file being played by 10 seconds
(If selected, it continues to fast-forward by 10 seconds)
Play Next
Plays the next file after the current file
Auto Play
Automatically loops the video back to beginning once the end has reached
Zoom
Screen Setting
Save
Volume
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Description
Sets the video expansion ratio (0.5x / 1.0x / 1.5x / 2.0x)
Sets brightness/speed of the video
Saves the video in play
Sets the volume of the playback
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PC Viewer Software
4-1-5. View Video Playlist
 S elect appropriate folder (Continuous Recording, Incident Recording, Manual Recording, Parking Motion,
Parking Incident) to see the playlist for each recording mode.
Continuous Recording Playlist
Manual Recording Playlist
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5. Specifications
5-1. Specifications
The specifications of this product may change without prior notice for product improvements.
Item
Standard
Note
Model
F750
Size/weight
105.2 x 61.5 x 41mm / 140.5g
4.14 x 6.36 x 1.6 inches / 0.31 lbs
Capacity
MicroSD card (UHS-I)
16/32/64GB
Continuous Recording Mode
Records in 1 minute segment
Incident Recording Mode
Manual Recording Mode
Parking Surveillance Mode
Optional hardwiring cable and installation are required for continuous supply
of power when vehicle ignition is off.
Audio Recording
Press Voice Recording Button to turn the
audio recording on or off
Camera
2.19 Megapixel, 1/2.9" CMOS
Same for rear camera
Viewing angle
Approximately 140° (diagonally)
Same for rear camera
Video
Full HD (1920 x 1080/H.264/extension MP4)
Same for rear camera
Frame rate
1 channel (Front view) : up to 30 fps
Same for rear camera
Audio
PCM (Pulse code modulation)
Acceleration sensor
3-axis acceleration sensor (3D, ±3G)
Adjustable impact sensitivity (5 levels)
Rear camera
Support V-IN port
Optional accessory that requires separate
purchase.
GPS
Embedded GPS
Supports Road safety Warning System
(ADAS)
Input power source
DC 12/24V
Rear view camera: 3.3V DC
Current consumption
2CH: 3.5W/1CH: 2.5W (mean)
Based on fully charged super capacitor
Auxiliary power unit
Super Capacitor
Security LED
Panoramic white LED
Notification LED
3-color LED
2 rear LEDs
Hardware status notification LED
Wi-Fi receiver, GPS receiver,
operation status
2 rear LEDs
Warning sound
Embedded speaker
Voice (buzzer sound) guidance
Operation/Storage
Temperature
-10°C to 60°C/ -20°C to 70°C
14°F to 140°F/ -4°F to 158°F
Connection Interface
1 x V-IN port
Recording mode
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