Please see below a list of all our latest dash cam reviews.
|Anker Roav C1||Read Review|
|Anker Roav C2||Read Review|
|Apeman C420||Read Review|
|Apeman C450||Read Review|
|Apeman C770||Read Review|
|AUKEY DR01||Read Review|
|AUKEY DR02||Read Review|
|AUSDOM AD282||Read Review|
|AUTO-VOX D1||Read Review|
|Black Box B40 Stealth||Read Review|
|Black Box G1W||Read Review|
|Black Box GS8000L||Read Review|
|Cobra CDR 840||Read Review|
|Digitsea 2.7||Read Review|
|Falcon Zero F170HD+||Read Review|
|Falcon Zero F360 HD||Read Review|
|Falcon Zero Touch HD||Read Review|
|Garmin Dash Cam Mini||Read Review|
|Garmin Dash Cam 20||Read Review|
|Garmin Dash Cam 45||Read Review|
|ITrue X3||Read Review|
|KDLINKS DX2||Read Review|
|KDLINKS X1||Read Review|
|Lumina Zoom Series||Read Review|
|Pruveeo F5||Read Review|
|Rexing S300||Read Review|
|Rexing V1 4K||Read Review|
|Rexing V1P Pro Dual||Read Review|
|Rove R2-4K||Read Review|
|SplashETech Mini 0806||Read Review|
|TaoTronics TT-CD05||Read Review|
|TOGUARD Novatek 96220||Read Review|
|Vantrue N2||Read Review|
|Vantrue N2 Pro||Read Review|
|VAVA Dash Cam||Read Review|
|Vantrue R2||Read Review|
|WheelWitness HD PRO||Read Review|
|Xiaomi Yi Dashcam||Read Review|
|Z-Edge Z1||Read Review|
|Z-Edge Z2 Plus Dual Lens||Read Review|
|Z-Edge Z3D Dual Lens||Read Review|
|Z-Edge Z3 Plus||Read Review|
The Criteria Used For Our Dash Camera Reviews
There are so many dashcams on the market at this point in time that it makes it very hard to choose which to choose and which to avoid. In this article, we will discuss the criteria used to evaluate, analyze and review each dash camera within our reviews section.
The lens is one of the most important features of any camera. The better the quality of the lens, the sharper and more detailed the picture will be.
Technology is ever-changing, so generally, up until 2018, you would have mainly seen 1080p as a max resolution. From 2019 onwards, 4k max resolution is available, but at a higher cost. 1080p Full HD is still very popular and more than sufficient, but for people with higher quality in mind, 4k is the way forward.
The bigger the display, the better in our opinion. This makes it easier to playback files without having to link the camera to a PC or laptop each time. However, some may argue that it becomes a distraction when driving, which is a valid point. However, most of the new models in 2023 have the ability to turn off the display so it shouldn’t affect the driver. As for screen size, the norm is between 2-3″ for an LCD display.
It is recommended that all dashboard cameras, whether in trucks or cars, have a G-Sensor feature. The G-Sensor detects sudden shock or impact in the event of an accident and automatically records, and if a memory lock is enabled, it will save the file to protect the recording and prevent it from being overwritten.
A dash cam with GPS is handy when it comes to tracking a journey, the speed of the vehicle, and other useful tracking data. Most major brand dashcams nowadays have GPS modules integrated, but some require an optional addon at an additional cost. Although it may not seem as essential as a G-Sensor or Loop Recording feature, if we were to compare two models of similar prices that have or don’t have GPS, we’d definitely recommend you buy the one which has the GPS functionality.
The viewing angle of a dash cam is very important. The wider the angle of view, the more width, or view of the road you’ll capture. Generally, 150 degrees and above is the norm and widely accepted. Anything less will most likely be in the category of a low budget dash cam.
Night Vision Capability
A good level of night vision is a must when it comes to capturing cars on the road at night. Most of the dash cam reviews here mention night vision because the clarity of footage at night can drastically differ from daytime footage. Considering many rural places can be very dark at night, a clear nighttime picture is still required.
Wi-Fi connectivity isn’t exactly common but is slowly starting to find its way into modern car cams and other vehicular devices. A dash cam with WIFI is great because you can wirelessly transfer image files from your device to PC without the need of having to use a USB cable, or SD Card adapter.
No matter the firmware or software, every device will need some sort of installation and setup process. We evaluate the ease at which this can be achieved. For example, not every consumer will be tech savvy, and would prefer to use their new dash camera straight out of the box. While this isn’t always feasible, on a low level of initial setup is best for this type of scenario.