Mirror Dash Cam with Sony IMX Sensor Night Vision, Dash Cameras Front and Rear, Reversing Camera & 9.35 inch Laminated and Anti-glare Touch Display, 1080P Dual Dash Cam, RHD Design for UK, BOSCAM R2

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Mirror Dash Cam with Sony IMX Sensor Night Vision, Dash Cameras Front and Rear, Reversing Camera & 9.35 inch Laminated and Anti-glare Touch Display, 1080P Dual Dash Cam, RHD Design for UK, BOSCAM R2

Mirror Dash Cam with Sony IMX Sensor Night Vision, Dash Cameras Front and Rear, Reversing Camera & 9.35 inch Laminated and Anti-glare Touch Display, 1080P Dual Dash Cam, RHD Design for UK, BOSCAM R2

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Resolution is one of the basic considerations of any camera, stills, or video. The more resolution you have, the more detail you can capture. This is useful, and aesthetically much nicer, but bear in mind that it makes the files the camera creates much larger.With dual dash cams, the front camera will usually give a higher resolution than the rear camera. Can I see dashcam footage on my phone? Relatively compact for a dual-lens dash cam, the Vantrue N2 Pro records a detailed view of the road ahead and your vehicle’s interior. Designed with taxi drivers in mind, it forgoes many of the extras which your car is already likely to have, including speed camera alerts and collision warnings. It’s the first dash cam available in the UK with Alexa built-in, so you can play music, find parking, control smart home devices and make calls whenever you want without taking your eyes off the road. We found it surprisingly useful. You don’t get the driver assistance systems of other dash cams, so it’s up to you or your vehicle to spot speed cameras and potential collisions. That said, you still get Wi-Fi and GPS connectivity, and we like that Vantrue has focused on video quality over unnecessary extras.

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You don’t drive for a living: Most road users don’t need interior recording, so unless you’re ferrying passengers for pay, you might find better value elsewhere. We wouldn’t recommend buying a card smaller than 32GB because you could end up running out of space. Today’s high-resolution dash cams can use anywhere between 100MB and 500MB per minute, depending on their resolution, so even a 32GB card might only give you up to four hours of recording before it starts overwriting the existing files. You can see the difference in resolution and clarity between Sony STARVIS and Sony STARVIS 2 by comparing the footage captured by both technologies side-by-side. You need GPS coverage: The Thinkware X1000 does support GPS functionality, but only through a module that’s sold separately. This consists of an interior camera mounted to the standard windscreen camera unit, as well as an individual rear camera to cover everything that is going on behind the vehicle.

There are also impressive safety features, such as Emergency SOS, which will alert the emergency services to your location in the event of an accident. This feature is potentially lifesaving and is one of the main reasons we rate it as the best dash cam in 2019. You need 4K video footage: The Mini 2 is limited to 1080p Full HD. You’ll need to spend more on a premium model for higher resolution video.

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It's also important to note that while these are battery-powered, we've found they all have minuscule, sub-thirty-minute battery lives. That means they're going to require a power cable. This fantastic little dash cam from Garmin earns second place on this list with good image quality, a number of extra features, and actually quite an attractive design. It's one of the most compact cameras here (so takes up less windscreen space) and resembles a GoPro, making it the most attractive as well. That might seem like a funny thing to say, but it won't look out of place in a Range Rover or Mercedes, while others on this list will. You’re on a tight budget: Its multiple talents mean the DriveCam 76 demands a fairly high price. If you won’t use all of its features, you’ll find better value in standalone cameras. In our tests, the front camera’s footage was generally good enough in most scenarios. Viofo utilizes Sony Starvis image sensors, which perform well in low-light conditions. The lower resolution does compromise quality in subpar driving situations though, with fuzzy detail putting it behind the best 4K competitors. The interior and rear cameras offer a wide 170-degree field of view, and the interior camera is equipped with six LEDs for infrared capabilities. Even in the darkest driving conditions, visibility inside the car remained clear in our tests.

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Beyond this, there are a fantastic set of features, including built-in GPS with logging of position and speed, time-lapse parking recording, and automatic detection and protection of impact events – East Devon’s superb collection of potholes gave me ample chance to try this out. For many of us, a three-camera setup won’t be worth the hassle, but if you want to protect your ability to drive for work, you won’t find a better bundle. Parking protection to record what’s going on around your car can be a bonus, provided you don’t use it in an area where the sight of your dash cam is more likely to get your car broken in to and the dash cam stolen. We’re still not convinced by the Alexa support, but this is definitively the best dash cam that money can buy. The Thinkware F800 is probably the dash cam that we've used for the longest amount of time – mainly because it's so low profile you just forget about it (which is kind of what you want with these devices).



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