Have you ever thought of getting a dashcam for your vehicle? Luckily for you, because we have gathered a few of the best dash cams, you can get this year. For those of you, who think dashcams aren’t so important, well, think about this. A dashcam provides you some protection and evidence when accidents or collisions occurred. It also protects your car while it’s parked. Anyway, here are a few of our lists that you might want to consider for your first purchase.
It is the best dash cam option under $50 and covers all the basics. Its camera lens provides you a 1080p full HD video footage and audio in a continuous loop recording. With the ultra-wide-angle lens, this dashcam will give you a great field of view and lets you automatically capture and save footage of vehicle collisions. It uses that motion detection sensor recording tech when your vehicle is parked to help you detect if someone backs into or tampers with your vehicle.
Its camera lens provides all the basics plus a few tricks added: It has an odd frame rate of 27.5 frames per second when recording to ensure it never misses out the state of an LED traffic light, which has an on/off flicker other dashcams might record as no signal at all. Plus, it has a built-in GPS tagging to ensure that the footage you’re recording will have GPS location and time embedded.
Its camera lens gives you all the basics plus a few tricks: It has an odd frame rate of 27.5 frames/second when recording to ensure it never misses the state of an LED traffic light, which has an on/off flicker other dashcams might record as no signal at all. With a built-in GPS tagging to ensure that the footage you’re recording will have GPS location and time embedded.
It has a night vision and a true 4K sensor for complete 4K capture of footage at up to 30 fps. Its excellent video quality on the footage can make a real difference when reviewing the video and trying to view a face or a license plate, which is perfect for bulkier file sizes. So you’ll probably require a memory card of 256GB while recording, and this dashcam seems to be picky about which microSD card brand. So, remember to avoid getting any SanDisk cards with this camera, Vantrue advice.
This dash camera has no screen but uses Wi-Fi instead and an app on your phone as its interface. You can opt to attach a wired rear cam, but instead of covering the inside of your car, it looks out the rear windshield. But what makes this F800PRO special is how it uses its front camera and accelerometers to give you forward-collision and lane-departure warnings, as well as alerts about upcoming traffic cams for your vehicle because of its cloud-connected database. Thinkware F800PRO has a display GPS that always comes in handy.
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