Dashcam reviews Best quality in this price range
Before deciding to buy this dash cam, I was comparing plenty of others online ranging from $30 all they way to $300, and I can certainly tell you that these dashcams are one of the best looking ones of the bunch I looked at. That is the reason I can give Dashcam reviews like the Best quality in this price range
I was surprised at how good the quality is for the price range $35 to $125. (Everything you are about to read was based off of 1080p resolution). The picture is wide, extremely clean and smooth ( no lag/choppy footage), and is very clear HD. License plates are very easy to view. Along with the day time video, the night time video also looks excellent with a very clear, visible image.
Overall video wise, I would definitely say it is up to par with dashcams that cost around $150+. Besides great video, the audio is also quite good, being able to pick up anything being said very clearly, even at a low voice register. Setting up the camera in your vehicle is very straightforward, quick and easy. There is an app you can use for the camera too via WIFI connection, but it is not required for anything. It is simply if you want to view what it is being recorded on a larger screen than the screen on the camera. You could also playback video on your phone from the app, but that requires you to actually download the file onto your phone, which takes up space.
However, playback is perfectly easy on a computer with a microSD card. I was able to playback the video it captured on my computer without any issues, and without having to download anything. Additionally, the camera’s user interface is very friendly. All the menus, settings etc. are easy to get to and navigate. The camera’s battery itself will last no more than 15 minutes continuously running while the vehicle is off, since it normally just uses the vehicle battery to continuously run while you are driving, but this is no issue because, by default it is set to record on motion when the car is parked/off. Besides a motion sensor, the camera also has a G-sensor. If you are hit, the camera will automatically lock/protect that part of the video so it cannot be overwritten. The only real flaw, is that I noticed having it set at its highest resolution (1296p) actually cuts off the sides of the video during playback, almost as if the picture is being compressed. Final verdict, if you are on a budget and simply want something to give you peace of mind behind the wheel, then this is definitely THE camera to go with.
Additionally, the camera’s user interface is very friendly. All the menus, settings etc. are easy to get to and navigate. The camera’s battery itself will last no more than 15 minutes continuously running while the vehicle is off,
Definitely one of the best cameras I’ve seen, Dashcam Best quality in this price range even compared to cameras over $100. Find video of it online and see for yourself. What you see is exactly what you get. *The camera DOES turn on/off and start/stop recording when the vehicle is turned on/off. I simply needed to use the cigarette lighter on the driver side, not the passenger side like I was.
Noticed having it set at its highest resolution (1296p) actually cuts off the sides of the video during playback, so Before deciding to buy this dash cam, read this Dashcam Best quality in this price range, because I was comparing plenty of others online ranging from $30 all they way to $300, and I can certainly tell you that this dash cam is one of the best looking ones of the bunch I looked at.
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