The Thinkware brand has a quite a number of different dash cams, offering alternative functionalities depending on your use. These have typically been known to be a well-thought out business strategy, but not so well executed – with many of the Thinkware products having glitches and poor reliability.
The Viofo A129 Duo is one of the most affordable dual-channel dash cam which offers quality 1080p day and night footage from both its front and rear cameras. I was incredibly excited to get my hands on this dash cam earlier this year after having previously tried out and been pleasantly surprised with its preceding version,
The Street Guardian Sg9663dc aims to stand out from the crownd by getting the basics right and doing them well. Its priority is usability, reliability and quality, not the gimmicks like innovative technologies or pioneering design. I have been fortunate enough to try out the Street Guardian Sg9663dc for the last 6 months, and here’s my verdict on how it performs in those three priority areas.
The ThiEYE T5e Action Camera has caused quite the stir in the online action cam community with its stunning Native 4k videos and 16MP still-images, the ThiEYE T5e boasted a quality on par with the GoPro Hero4 Black but at less than half the cost. Keeping the action camera industry competitive and producing high-quality videos are only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what this camera
The Viofo A119s V2 is the new version of the A119 which coped a bit of slack for poor connectivity to the GPS mount, resulting in the camera becoming unreliable and losing power for no real reason. This defensive positon isn’t a good one for Viofo to be in, so I felt it was a good time to try out the A119s to see if it’s made an
I have done extensive reaching to understand what I was looking for in a dash cam. My minimum requirements included HD footage, GPS logging, and G-sensor – anything more was a bonus. Priced very competitively and meeting these criteria, the Street Guardian SG9665GC v3 caught my attention. I have been using this dash cam in my car every day for the four months
The Transcend DrivePro 520 an extremely popular dash cam of choice for taxis and ride sharing companies. It is a clever and compact dual dash cam that allows in-cabin recording from the one unit, without the need for a second camera. The Transcend DrivePro 520 is packed with features, and fits in the upper
I needed a cost effective, pretty basic dash cam so decided to give the G1W dash cam a try. What stood out to me was the HD video footage which looked to provide clear visuals, and I wasn’t going to be paying for all the bells-and-whistles that I didn’t really need or want in a dash cam. Four months on, here’s my
he Falcon is a reputable, creative, sleek dash cam which is manufactured by one of the world’s leading digital video recorder producers. I was beyond excited to get my hand on this small, yet powerful device. Seven months later, I reflect back on what has stood up to this reputation and what’s swayed my decision
The K1S is the first dual 1080p dash cam that features two small cameras which can be installed separately from the recording unit. It’s manufactured by Chinese manufacturer, Koonlung. I have had the K1S for nearly nine months now, and I certainly have some feedback for others considering this dash cam.