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[WAREHOUSE DEAL] BlackVue CPL Front Filter (DR900 and DR750 Series)
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BlackVue CPL Filter
Maximize the video quality of your BlackVue dash cam. Get rid of unwanted glare and reflections, and get the best video quality in bright daylight with the BlackVue CPL Filter.
For Front Camera
This BlackVue CPL Filter is compatible with the following BlackVue dash cam models: DR900X, DR750X, DR750X Plus, DR900S, DR750S, DR650S.
Get the Best Image Under the Sun
Remove unwanted glare and reflections in your daytime videos with the new BlackVue CPL Filter.
The CPL Filter can dramatically improve contrast and clarity in daylight, especially on sunny days by removing or minimizing sunlight bouncing on surfaces such as the road or your vehicle's dashboard.
Get the Best Daytime Video Quality
By eliminating glare and reflections, and letting in natural light. you get better image quality and color saturation - contrasted image with vivid colours in bright daylight.
Durable and Anti-Scratch
The BlackVue CPL Filter is composed of high quality materials and is treated to ensure durability.
In addition to the polarizer, the BF-1 includes anti-scratch hard coatings on both surfaces, as well as a UV coating.
Compatible with DR900X, DR750X, DR750 X Plus
The BlackVue CPL Filter is compatible with the DR900X, DR750X Plus and DR750X front cameras and past front camera models with similar form factors, including the DR900S, DR750S and DR650S.
NOT COMPATIBLE with DR590/590W/590X and DR750-2CH LTE.
Adjustable and Slideable
Videos & Reviews
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- Instruction Manual
See helpful BlackVue DR900S questions and answers on our FAQ Knowledge Base.
It seems like a great product, but I don't use it much. Now that it's winter time and the sun doesn't shine as bright, I tend to leave this off of my DR-900S. I drive during the day and night equally and have to take the filter off at night because it's too dark, and I just leave it off now because I don't want to miss potential valuable footage at night.