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Rexing V1 2.4" LCD FHD 1080p 170° Wide Angle Dashboard Camera Recorder Car Dash Cam with G-Sensor, WDR, Loop Recording

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RRP: Garmin Dash Cam 30: £129.99 | Garmin Dash Cam 35: £159.99

Features include the usual loop recording, auto on/off, G-sensor and date and time stamps on the video. At 135° (diagonal), the 0801’s viewing angle is larger than what most other dash cams offer in this price range.

There are so many useful gadgets, then how to choose a dash camcorder? As what we said above, video quality is the first factor while making the choice. It is not only related with the definition but also the camera quality, censor, etc. The current main stream standard is 720P and 1080P. If you want to record more details (including the plate, symbols, words), both of them can help you complete the job at most of the time. But for better performance, 1080P ones is more reliable at complex condition.

Do not try to flash dash cams with incompatible firmware.

by Bill Marx Date Added: Sunday 10 March, 2013

I am a licensed PI and a bail bondsman in Virginia... this product works very well. I have a few issues with the software but nothing major. The video/audio is very good and playback is fine. Nite time inside is extremely good... outside nite time is ok in the headlights, although in town under street lights it is fine... but short of spending a lot more money, I do not think you can improve it much... and, I would recommend this to anyone that is looking for a good quality dash cam, reasonably priced. I think, for the money, it is a very good product. I'd give it at least a B+, maybe even an A-.....

PROS: good quality video/audio, small size, reasonable price

CONS: software is somewhat quirky, instruction, I are translated from some other language... probably Chinese... somewhat difficult to decipher at times.

BOTTOM LINE: Worth the money, I recommend... unless you want to spend a lot more, you can't go wrong with this one.

Rating: [5 of 5 Stars]

All of our dash cams come with quick 24hr dispatch Australia wide.

There are so many useful gadgets, then how to choose a dash camcorder? As what we said above, video quality is the first factor while making the choice. It is not only related with the definition but also the camera quality, censor, etc. The current main stream standard is 720P and 1080P. If you want to record more details (including the plate, symbols, words), both of them can help you complete the job at most of the time. But for better performance, 1080P ones is more reliable at complex condition.

The power cable plugs into the camera mount (the bracket that sticks to the windscreen), which in turn has electrical contacts for the camera itself. This is a nice feature that we wish more dash cams had, because it allows you to remove the camera from your car easily without having to unplug and replug the cable each and every time.