Its not bad for price.
Takes good to adaquate video when set up correctly.
Internal battery is a joke. It constantly loses the timestamp due to no power.
From brand new the battery holds enough standby power(off) to hold the date for approx 1 hour, every time you dont use your car for one hour to recharge it. Resetting this every time is not reasonable.
Obviously not having a timestamp can be problematic ahould you wish to submit certain evidence.
I have captured some incredible footage with it. Footage thats well worth the price.
The screwknob tensioner to angle cam up and down hits the power plug, forcing it into a 5°angle on the horizontal plane.
Purchased in June 2020 at Supercheap Auto for $169.00.
Looks and works exactly as $50 Chinese counterpart. It's bad its money.
The footage has the same quality as a simple Chinese dashcam for $49 from the Ebay. G-sensor is very sensitive - the camera starts recording even when you enter the car as it thinks there is a crash. A suction cup is not very sturdy, the camera wobbles after pressing any button on the camera.
Purchased in November 2019 at Supercheap Auto for $139.00.
|Camera Resolution||1080p (Full HD)|
|Features||Automatic Incident Detection (G-sensor), GPS, Lane Departure Warning, Microphone/Audio Recording, Motion Detection and Wi-Fi|
|Memory Type||MicroSD card|
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