Factory Outlets SDV074 360 Camera for Ottawa Factories
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Insurance fraud grows daily one way of protecting yourself from driving related scams is to install a dashcam. Dashcams such as this one are positioned discreetly pointing forwards through the front window and record all your driving activity. The dashcam turns on automatically when the car is started and off again a short time after the engine is turned off. It records continuously in short recordings onto a memory card that seamlessly dovetail together when played back. When the card is full the camera records over the oldest recording. Having a mass of short video recording files it to make it easier to find the one you need to examine. The camera should have a G-Sensor that will automatically flag any recording containing a possible impact and not record over it.
Dashcam prices seem to be in freefall and whereas at one time you were not able to get a good quality car dashcam for under £150 now prices start at less than £30 and this camera, priced at £51 is no more than mid range. But is it any good.?
Presented in an eco friendly plain box aside from the camera there was a car power adaptor, suction cup and mount, long USB power cable, short USB charging cable, User Guide. Also included and already fitted was a 32GB SD card with a standard sized USB adaptor. The camera body is made from metal, as are the buttons, and all seems well made and robust. The User Guide was nicely printed in colour and well written but brief. I include a copy on the end of my unboxing video, switch to full screen and pause as needed to read it.
The camera has a built in Night Vision LED. Personally, I find these worse than useless as they can cause flare from the widscreen at night. Turn it off. On the good side the camera comes with a micro-SD card preinstalled and the included 32GB card should be fine for what you need and in fact 32GB is the largest card size it will support. If you need to change it then make sure you use a good quality class 10 card from a known manufacturer, Many people blame video failings on the camera when it in fact the cause is a cheap or low end memory card.
Fixing the camera in the suction cup mount to the windscreen by the mirror on my little Toyota Aygo was easy enough and the cable was easily long enough. This camera is quite large and although this means it is easier to spot from the outside and may need to be removed when not in use it does mean the controls are quite easy to use and the screen is a good size. You may be able to hide it behind the mirror on your vehicle. Configuring the device is easy enough due to the larger than average screen and once done should not need to be repeated.
Image quality is crucial for dashcams as it is important to be able to clearly identify number plates and other details in a recorded incident. 1080P at 30fps is the minimum to consider these days for a dashcam and this camera supports this. The camera has the all important G-Sensor which auto saves and protects video files in which it detects a sudden stop or impact. The angle of view of the camera is 170 degrees and this wider than found with most cameras.
I found the image quality to be one excellent for a camera in this price range although in low light conditions the image quality dropped somewhat. I include some sample video just to give you a rough idea but remember it will have been heavily compressed for display here.
This is a mid priced dashcam but offers all the features you will need. All you actually need is a reliable auto On/Off, a decent quality HD camera with a G-Sensor. Don’t complain about the lack of GPS because although it can be fun at first to trace your route on the screen map remember that in the event of an incident the police may review all the files on the card and use previous driving speeding errors detected by the GPS against you. It does have a microphone which can be useful in the event of an incident if you are quick witted enough to read aloud the numbers of the cars involved. It has parking mode, with a vibration sensor to record footage if the car is disturbed when parked up, but I have yet to find decent parking protection as usually due to latency of the system which means by the time the video starts recording the cause of the incident is long gone. It has a Video Lock button which allows you to prevent the overwriting of the current video even if the G-Sensor has not been triggered. It also has a quick access photo mode to allow taking still pictures.The only worthwhile feature lacking for me is that of second dual write TF card, handy so you always have a copy of the card handed to the police.
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By Lauren from Dominica - 2016.01.28 18:53
The supplier abide the theory of "quality the basic, trust the first and management the advanced" so that they can ensure a reliable product quality and stable customers.
By Marina from Seattle - 2016.01.28 18:53