Sony STARVIS is an image sensor technology used to help improve the camera's low-light sensitivity and video quality. These sensors are known for their excellent low-light performance and capacity to capture clear footage even in challenging lighting situations.
The Sony STARVIS 2 is the latest version of this technology. Compared to the first Sony STARVIS, the upgraded Sony STARVIS 2 boasts a larger pixel size, allowing it to capture more light and produce clearer, more detailed footage in low-light conditions. It's also known for its improved performance in the dark, high resolution and clarity, and lower power consumption , which is highly useful for dash cams who are expected to do their job all day, all night.
And the VIOFO A139 Pro is the first dash cam to be equipped with this. In addition to having a larger image size with a type of 1/1.8", the A139 Pro 4K UHD with Sony STARVIS 2 IMX678 series now has much less noise and motion blur during day and night recording, making license capturing more seamless than before. No doubt, you get a clearer view of your vehicle’s surroundings especially with additional video enhancements such as High Dynamic Range, Wide Dynamic Range, and more importantly, Super Night Vision 2.0.