Harness the Force While Driving With Bandai's Death Star/TIE Fighter Dash Cams

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Premium Bandai has just introduced a fun new way to capture the outside happenings from your vehicle with its new Star Wars Death Star and TIE Fighter dash cams.

Each dash cam features wide-angle 144 degrees of full HD recording (1920 x 1080) via a two-megapixel CMOS sensor and resembles its respective Empire ship/space station. At the rear of the Death Star is a 1.3-inch LCD color monitor for playback and display info.

Both the Death Star and TIE Fighter are packaged together as a front and rear combo, and come preinstalled with security and collision detection software. Fans of the Star Wars franchise can head over to Premium Bandai to reserve a set now for a price of ¥54,800 JPY (approximately $520 USD).

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