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Uniden iGO CAM 80

Uniden iGO CAM 80

MPN: IGOCAM80
3.6 from 5 reviews

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Reviews

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Keithy

KeithyNorth Queensland, QLD

  • 19 reviews
  • 12 likes

Good for the price, could be better

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Purchased in March 2018 at JB Hi-Fi for $300.00.

Build Quality
Value for Money
Ease of Use
Readable Number PlatesYes
Car ModelHolden Commodore
Features / Functions
Video Quality
Audio Quality
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DCF

DCFGreater Melbourne (Inner), VIC

Poor quality night footage

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Barely viewable night footage, grainy, overexposed, impossible to view numberplates that were as clear as day to the naked eye, and the camera moves around too much on its mount, I would never again purchase any Uniden product.

Purchased in December 2018 at JB Hi-Fi for $279.00.

Build Quality
Value for Money
Ease of Use
Readable Number PlatesNo
Car ModelMitsubishi Lancer CJ
Features / Functions
Video Quality
Audio Quality
Night-Time Video Quality
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Dooli

DooliCanberra

  • 23 reviews
  • 11 likes

Good value camera, reliable and great resolution

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Andy

AndyMurrumbidgee Region, NSW

  • 11 reviews
  • 7 likes

Only OK

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Camera quality is great with 4K resolution.
I've had a couple issues with dash cam and have found support to be sub par. They do not know their product and have to put you on hold while they try to find answer.
Camera is playing up and keeps turning off every 30 seconds.
The way camera mounts on winscreen is awkward and used far to much windscreen space.
Cannot turn up sound for speed camera alerts so cannot hear when radio is turned on.
No way to update speed camera locations.
Speed warning alert is for a fixed speed rather than an amount over the limit.

Would not recommend.


gamain

gamainNSW, 2360

  • 4 reviews
  • 5 likes

Very happy with my iGO80 dash cam

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Questions & Answers

AnnetteD

AnnetteDasked

Just bought the iGO cam 80 at the weekend and although I have the looping set to 10 minutes, the majority of the time it’s looping every 30 secs to 1 minute. Very inconsistent. Any ideas?

1 answer
Uniden
Uniden A.Uniden

Hi Annete,

Please make sure the motion detection feature is turned off.

This may be the reason the unit is recording in 30 seconds to 1 minute files.

Should you have any further issues please email custservice@uniden.com.au

Thank you


Brian

Brianasked

Mine keeps switching off every 30 seconds. I can’t find the setting for the LCD screen to see if it’s set correctly.
Help please.

2 answers
Uniden
Uniden A.Uniden

Hi Brian,

Can you please confirm if you have charged the unit up initially?

(Unit needs to be switched off whilst charging for the dash cam to retain the full charge).

Also, can you check if you have the Car Park Mode switched on?

If it is, you can switch this off and test the unit again.

Keithy
Keithy

G’day mate,

I also noticed with mine that it needs a good connection to the ciggy socket. If I hit a bump hard enough mine will occasionally turn off due to the movement of the plug.

Cheers
Keithy


Cheray

Cherayasked

when the dash cam says "card full" how do you start recording again.

2 answers
Dooli
Dooli

You can either format the card or you can set it to loop and over wright older files. These are found in the settings menu

Keithy
Keithy

As Dooli says, you can set it to loop record which will overwrite record from the beginning of the card again.


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Details

CategoryDash Cams
Price (RRP) $278.00
Screen Size 2.4"
Viewing Angle 150°
Camera Resolution2160p (4K Ultra HD)
Channels 2
FeaturesAutomatic Incident Detection (G-sensor), GPS, Motion Detection, Smartphone App and Wi-Fi
Manufacturer Warranty1 year(s)

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  • GTIN13: 9322402013954
  • MPN: IGOCAM80

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