What dash cam are you using?

Discussion in 'Dash Cams' started by Jonwire, May 31, 2016.

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  1. Probird79

    Probird79 Young grasshopper

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    No, V2.1. I'm not sure if that is the beta firmware but just relabeled if it passed testing. I never tried out the beta so I can't speak on that.

    What are the quality issues you speak of?
     
  2. Arjun

    Arjun Getting the hang of it

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    Ah, that's beta
    I'm going try it and update my feedback

    My 119s had focus issues --- a replacement made the image quality a tad better
     
  3. Probird79

    Probird79 Young grasshopper

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    Do you have V1 or V2? Both of mine are V1. I need to warranty replace for V2 due to the GPS connection issue.
     
  4. Arjun

    Arjun Getting the hang of it

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    I have the V2, GPS unit is tight and snug
     
  5. CCTVCam

    CCTVCam Young grasshopper

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    Viofo WR1

    Hate GPS and Speed recording preferring just a pure camera.
     
  6. Firefighter

    Firefighter n3wb

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    I went through a few G1W's and versions over the last 5 years and recently picked up a Anker Roav Dash Cam C1 and I like it.
    The Lock feature records 15 sec before pressing it and 15 seconds after so I don't have to lock the entire file. Which I personally like.

    I'd like to upgrade to a dual dash cam at some point.
     
  7. CCTVCam

    CCTVCam Young grasshopper

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    Just some advice, the quality of dual cams is usually much lower than single cam.

    If you want dual cams,the best way is to buy 2 separate cams, or 1 more and transfer your existing cam to the back. It usually works out cheaper as well.
     
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    fajardoj36 n3wb

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    Is there a preferred sd card to use on these types of dash cams? Ive been looking at this model for a bit but cant decide if its that much better than the a118, thanks.
     
  9. Probird79

    Probird79 Young grasshopper

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