VIOFO A129 PRO Dual Channel Ultra 4K Front and 1080p Rear Car WiFi Dash Camera with GPS $225.93
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The reviews on the 70mai cameras look fairly decent. The only thing that bothers me about them is the fact that the ring where the lens is is not black, making them more visible from the outside.
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Kind of the same. I'm reading lots of mixed reviews. It's kind of always in the "top X dashcams to buy" from /r/dashcam and dashcamtalk, but when looking at more long-term feedback, it does not appear to be as reliable as it seems
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redflagdealsguy wrote: ↑ Here's the Thinkware FA200, small, out of the way, easy to install, rock solid reliable from community reports.
Front Cam Only: https://www.amazon.ca/THINKWARE-Bundle- ... 07FP2JDYQ/ -- $149.99 CAD
Optional Rear Cam: https://www.amazon.ca/THINKWARE-Rear-Vi ... 07CVP93NY/ -- $69.99 CAD
Buying the two separately is somehow cheaper than buying the bundle.
On paper, this seems like a spartan camera (missing some gimmicks). Truth be told though, the most important feature is reliability, and connectivity (WiFi) to download the data. Some dash cams are known to fail without you knowing, on the premise that they're hands off until you need them. This thing rarely succumbs, so you can comfortably set it and forget it.
The lack of camera screen is a feature, as I find video screens distracting when I'm driving, and I want this thing to be small and forgettable until I need it.
My two cents. We all have our preferences.
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