- Excellent video quality and clarity
- Incredibly easy to set up and use
- Good night and day recording; great screen clarity
Poor battery life, and users report some compatibility issues with the SD card design.
Performance: This dash cam is going to deliver high quality footage thanks to its 1920 x 1080p definition. It records at 30 FPS for superior clarity and smoothness, and you'll love the 170-degree angle of the camera. The 6-Glass lenses deliver night vision footage that is among the best on the market.
The dash cam is designed to be discreet, though the chrome accents may catch the sunlight and draw attention. You'll love the screen built into the back, giving you a clear view of recorded footage without having to connect the SD card to your computer. With 8 GB of storage (it can be expanded), you've got enough space for hours of video recording.
Features: If you're the sort of person who wants to get the most out of their dash cam, this is the one for you. The manual is excellent and gives you all the details on each function of the camera. You can learn the ins and outs of the many features to ensure a customized recording setup.
The features include: automatically turning on/off with the car ignition, hands-free recording, endless looping mode, power-saving mode, accident auto detection feature, and emergency lock. If you get in an accident, the footage will be locked until you review it.
Price: At $110, this is one of the pricier dash cams on our list. However, it's highly reliable and built to be user-friendly to control and operate. Definitely worth considering!
- Rated #4 in 6 Best Dash Cams