- Easy to set up, use, and access all the features
- Excellent high quality daytime recording with crisp footage
- Feature-rich; allows you to customize your recordings
The night vision is iffy, users report quality control issues, and the internal battery life is terrible.
Performance: If you're looking for a dash cam that delivers reliable operation, you'll want to give this one a try. Not only do you get high quality video (up to 1080p shot with WDR technology for better clarity), but the 170-degree angle of the camera ensures you can see everything happening in front of your windshield.
The camera is designed to be stealthy and can be installed behind your rearview mirror. The internal battery may be terrible, but the extra-long USB cable ensures that it can be plugged into your car lighter or car battery back-up. The camera can support up to 128 GB of memory (using an SD card), and you'll find it's fairly easy to access and transfer your footage to your computer.
Features: The integrated G-sensor is designed to detect auto accidents and lock the footage until you can review it later. The footage is also date and time-stamped, though it doesn't have a GPS feature. The adhesive mount is easy to install and will stay securely in place on your windshield or dashboard.
The menu is beautifully simple to navigate, and you can choose from a wide range of recording options: loop, video mode, camera mode, continuous recording, and more. The license plate-recording feature will take an image of the license plates around you, ensuring you can know who hit your car even if they hit and run.
Price: At $100, this is a fairly well-priced dash cam. It doesn't quite stack up to the video quality of our top-rated product, but it's reliable, simple to use, and delivers all the features you need to protect yourself and your car.
- Rated #2 in 6 Best Dash Cams