Yes. Or you can tell it to stop when its full.EVDRIVER wrote:Can you set a loop so once the card is full it starts recording over automatically, erasing the older footage?
braebyrn wrote:The car cam has saved our family from multiple tickets, showed accident scenes, near accident scenes, etc. Definitely worth the money. We have had a couple for at least 5 years. The audio recording part is great when the officer tells your kid that he ran a red light and of coarse the gps and video when they were at that stop light for 6 seconds. The same video and gps are great to show the judge just how some officers treat young high school drivers! They are also a great tool to use for teenage drivers because you can review their driving habits.
I like the small size of the one in the video. Mine was in the $400. range and is bulky and doesn't have all the cool features. Looks like we are going to be getting a upgrade soon.
Those are all excellent reasons why to own a dash cam! Thanks!
Great Idea. I would love that, put a usb connector on the back of the mirror. I’m pretty sure I saw a post here on MNL with someone who has done this already.adric22 wrote:Would it be possible to get power from the rear-view mirror? My Leaf has buttons on the mirror for opening garage doors, etc.
Glenn, the problem with those is that you are not buying from Amazon. You are buying from somebody with 1 feedback. The eBay seller I bought from emailed me as soon I paid and also when they shipped out. They have 1151 feedback with 98.8% positive. Usually I wouldn’t buy from somebody with feedback like that but TECHMOAN suggested them and I had to take into account that people selling stuff from china always have issues with buyers giving them bad feedback because the item usually takes 3 weeks to arrive. The 2nd email made me aware of exactly that. Which I already knew because I buy lots of stuff from all over the world.GlennD wrote:I would rather buy from Amazon.
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Right now I would buy from this guy: http://www.ebay.com/itm/ws/eBayISAPI.dl ... 1062684569" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; 100% feedback and is located in CA.
kubel wrote:The BlackVue DR-400G-HD has worked well for me the past few years. It's a few generations old now. Their latest version has a front and rear camera that saves to one card and supports WiFi for reviewing files on your phone. http://www.amazon.com/BlackVue-Channel- ... B00FK7QFM0" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
In Russia, dashcams are commonly used for protection against insurance scams. Here in the US, they are good for protecting innocent people from police that lack integrity, and for capturing general stupidity (either my own, or other people).
That’s a Great idea, front and rear camera saving to one card. I want 4 way cameras!