Mirror Dash Camera – 11.6”
The camera detects critical situations on the road (like crashes or sudden brakes) and saves them as short clips.
- 170° Super Wide Angle – This car driving recorder employs a 170° super wide-angle lens. Ultra-wide field of view reduces the blind spots and captures more details, to reserve the real scene.
- Built-in G-sensor – With a built-in G-sensor, this dashboard camera can automatically detect a sudden shake/collision and lock the footage. It prevents the video from being overwritten even in loop recording. An accident scene can be truly restored.
- Super Night Vision – The combination of F1.8 large aperture, WDR, HDR ensures the clarity of images at night. Eliminates the need for an auxiliary light source even in low-light environments, making it easy to obtain sharp, color-accurate images.
Easy to Set Up & Use – Motion Detection, Seamless Loop Recording, Parking Monitor satisfy your need for daily driving. Simple installation and operation, no need to worry even for a first-time user.
Watch the below video to understand the working of the Dash-Cam
Watch the video below to learn how to install the dash-cam in your car
Q: How do I use a dashcam?
A: Once you have purchased a dashcam (preferably from The Dashcam Store smiley face ), for example, in most cases this is all you need to do to be up and running:
- Insert a memory card.
- Attach the suction-cup mount to your windshield.
- Plug the power cord into the power source (cigarette lighter or other).
A: Dashcams have many applications, but most importantly, they act as an impartial witness in case of an accident.
Many dashcam models provide GPS data logging as well. These camera units, along with the video, will provide a record of your position and speed at all times. This information, again, proves the facts such as your whereabouts at a particular time, and can also be used to prove (or perhaps more importantly: disprove) your speed. This GPS data can be overlaid on a Google-type map during video playback on your home computer.
A: You have undoubtedly watched footage recorded on a dashcam at some point on the news or the internet. Remember the Russian meteorite event? Since dashcams are always recording, they capture amazing, interesting, or even just plain funny events that occur every day around the world. Check out our videos page for examples.
Dashcam footage can help others as well. If you capture an accident on film, it is almost certain that the other drivers will be happy to know you (and your dashcam) were there as a witness. We’ve seen plenty of clips like this on YouTube, including some hit-and-run incidents where only the dashcam saw what really occurred, and the innocent victim would be left to pay the bill if not for the license plate captured by someone else’s dashcam.
A: The majority of all police cars, fire trucks, ambulances, city buses, etc., already use dashcams. Increasingly, individuals concerned with false liability claims and protecting themselves in the case of an accident are utilizing the protection offered by onboard video recorders. This includes everyday drivers like you, parents, truckers and 18-wheeler drivers, etc.
Fleet owners and contract drivers as well can benefit greatly from having video (and position) data from their fleet vehicles when they are out in service for the day.
Almost every driver should be using a dashcam! More and more drivers every day agree with this statement and join the group of those who are “protected by dashcam”.
A: All dashcams come with a power cord that plugs into the 12v cigarette lighter outlet in your car. You can’t explain that! Just kidding. Dashcams record video to a removable memory card inside the camera itself. Any time your car is on and the dashcam is plugged in, it is acting as your backup witness. Dashcams automatically start recording when they are powered on, and stop recording once you turn your car off. Note: Some dashcam models have the ability to keep recording even while the vehicle is parked! This is known as “parking mode”.
A: Yes! Many dashcam models provide GPS data logging as well. These camera units, along with the video, will provide a record of your position and speed at all times. This information, again, proves the facts such as your whereabouts at a particular time, and can also be used to prove (or perhaps more importantly: disprove) your speed. This GPS data can be overlaid on a Google-type map during video playback on your home computer.
And it is legal to use a dashcam.
- The suction cup can rotate 360 °.
- This dashcam can also be used as a PC cam.
- The lock button can lock or unlock the video.
- Hardwire kit(CH45) can achieve 24 hrs parking.
- Camera operating temperature range: 14°F-140°F.