- Excellent picture quality, even at night
- Reasonable price and top-notch function
- User-friendly operation, instant use, and easy setup
The GPS function is iffy, and users report multiple SD storage card issues.
Performance: This camera doesn't have the best picture quality of all the dash cams, but it does deliver 1080p video recorded at 30 fps. The 165-degree angle lens delivers a wider-than-average view from the dash cam, ensuring a broader footage capture. The F1.6 glass lenses deliver top-notch night vision, giving you the ability to record in no-light settings. (Be warned, like most dash cams, video quality suffers in "low" light settings.)
The camera comes with a built-in 8GB microSD card, meaning you get about 4 hours of footage capture before you need to clear out the footage. It's powered both via battery and USB (connected to your lighter port) to ensure consistent operation. All in all, a high-performance dash cam indeed!
The camera has been tested in both high and low temperature environments—ranging from 170 to -40 degrees. It's ideal for use in all weather conditions.
Features: The built-in GPS model allows your videos to display the precise location of incidents, which can be displayed on a Google map with the KDLINKS software. If you're involved in an accident, the G-Sensor in this camera will know and lock the current video so you can't record over it. The footage stays safe till you go back and view it.
Price: At $170, this dash cam is a bit pricier than our top-rated model. However, it's worth it for those who drive at night and want a camera to record footage in no-light environments. It's compact, easy to install, and beautifully simple to operate.
- Rated #3 in 6 Best Dash Cams