For folk who have them, how often have they proved key (compared to just front ones)?
gives you two chances of getting the culprit. one idiot who drove from the fastlane straight onto a sliproad at last second and would have 100% wiped me out at 70mph if i didnt swerved hard left to avoid the moron. They thought they were being clever by pulling onto the hard shoulder to avoid what they thought was a big confrontation at the next set of lights and being videoed by my front dashcam (im not like that, though i wouldve had a few choices words like "next time get off the next junction thats 5 miles away rather than try and kill us, you ****** idiot). Yhing is i had recorded them on the rear camera anywayFor folk who have them, how often have they proved key (compared to just front ones)?
Without starting another topic, I want to jump on this thread to ask opinion on my dashcam (Christmas present)
It is Road Angel Halo. 2 channel with the front camera recording in 1280x720 HD 150 degree viewing angle and the rear 640x480 150 degree viewing angle. The camera cost was £199.99 and the hardwire kit will be £14.99.
It does the usual parking mode once I hardwire and google map view, but I am comparing it before I do so in case I change camera.
How do the below images compare to others setups, bearing in mind the price above? Appreciate all input and recommendations. Does anyone have same set up?
The Thinkware F770 is the camera I'm looking to buy too. Gets great reviews and has some really neat features.
The trouble is, it's been out for a while and I'd hate for a newer version to be released shortly after I bought one. Ideally, I'd love for Thinkware to create an answer to the Blackvue cloud services they have on their cameras.