Claoner Dash Cams for Cars Front and Rear 1080P Full HD Dashcam, Dual Dash Cam with F1.8 Night Vision 170°Wide Angle 3 Inch IPS Screen Dashcams for Cars, Loop Recording, G-sensor, Parking Monitor
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Full Review Video QualityThe camera records in 720 or 1080p and at 30 frames per second, this is the minimum you’d expect from any dashcam. I’m not going to big up the video quality because it’s not going to win an ascar any time soon, but as far as recording the road to prove who is at fault in any accident, this should do the job. It’s a fully functional dashcam that hits above its price level in terms of features with G-sensor, loop recording and all the other essentials, plus a rear view camera that also functions as a reverse parking sensor. The only negative to the recording functionality is that the maximum micro SD that will fit in the camera is 32GB which is smaller than many of the other cameras, but with the low quality recordings it should still last a similar amount of time. Rear CameraIt also comes with a rear camera which you can wire in with the long cable included. This is waterproof so it can be attached to the rear bumper and records to the dash cam or can be used as a parking sensor. If you have an old vehicle, you can wire it up to detect when the reversing light comes on and the rear camera can automatically show on the screen when reversing.
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Are these cheap devices actually any good? We’ll find out as I review the Claoner dashcam, one of the most popular cams at the very low end of the market. Of all these options, the manual button is the only reliable option as the G-sensor and parking motion sensor aren’t wholly accurate as with more expensive models. Don’t expect to be able to read number plates or see faces as the screen definition isn’t up to that, and at times there is a lot of glare on the video too.