A dash cam can record your entire road trip
If you are fond of taking road trips and like to hold onto memories, then a dash cam can be great purchase for you.
The footage you capture during your road trip can be watched whenever you want, and even edited to just keep the highlights.
Many dashboard cameras have lots of other useful features
Dash cams are not just great for recording your driving. Like all technology, they have advanced over the years to include a lot of different and useful features.
For example, a lot of dash cameras include real-time audio notifications so you can stay up to date with the ongoing recording process and notified if there are any problems.
Most modern dash cams also now feature GPS capabilities to help you keep track of your speed and location – which can be synced up with the recording so you get all that extra data when watching the footage back. Furthermore, these cameras can also keep a log of your destination and route so you can always keep track of what happened and when and where it happened.
You will also find that most dashboard cameras have low battery usage features, so they have a lot of life in them – which is important for those that require batteries rather than using the car battery for power. As many dash cams work automatically, the low battery usage means that once they are in place you can just forget about them and let them do their thing.
Most Purchased Dash Cameras
VIDEO FIDELITY - The flagship BlackVue DR900X-1CH sets a new technological standard with an ultra-wide lens and 162° viewing angle, an 8-megapixel CMOS sensor capturing 4K Ultra High Definition video...
2.1 Mega-Pixel Front and rear cameras, Front full HD 1920x1080p @ 60 Frames per second (FPS), infra-red rear 1920x1080p @ 30 Frames per second (FPS).
4K Ultra HD Video Recording, 8 Megapixel Sony CMOS sensor for superb clarity night or day (Front), 1920x1080p @ 30 Frames Per Second with Sony Starvis Sensor (Rear)