A dashboard camera is a small digital video camera that can be mounted on the dashboard. Its function is to record the driver’s path when the car is on and moving. And it can be a crucial tool for ensuring safety on the road. It helps keep in line with the speeding up of procedures during court cases and insurance claims in the event of an accident. A good dashboard camera can protect you against illegal activities. It can bring to light and show who was at fault during an accident, show speed, direction, driver behavior and more. For all those who spend a lot of time on the road, it’s a product worth investment. To this end, we have compiled a list of the best dashboard cameras, so read on to see which one fits your needs best.

  1. Thinkware Dash Cam:

High-quality video recording: T3 Top Dash Cam finalist 2017 – this Dash Cam has a 2.19 MP camera and 140 ° viewing angle, which records in Full HD 1080p at 30 frames per second. Along with advanced clear video technology, this integrated offers the clearest possible image. This Thinkware dash cam comes equipped with a 16 GB microSD card.

  1. Garmin Dash Cam 35:

The Garmin Dash Cam 35 is Garmin’s flagship model, and it’s about as good as it can be. It includes an integrated GPS system, a full high definition camera and a 3 “widescreen.The camera records at 1080p resolution at 30 frames per second, giving it an excellent, clear picture for recording your trip. Its 180 degrees viewing angle is state of the art. you will get the most accurate representation of the road ahead in your recordings. A potential disadvantage of the US version of the Dash Cam 35 is that it does not have the ability to record audio.

  1. Toguard F2.0:

2.7 “LCD display, Full HD 1080P H.254, G-Sensor, LDWS, FCWS, parking monitorconcentrated functions: It’s definitely one of our favourites; and we are obviously not the only ones to have fallen on the charm of this car camera, the most sold on Amazon. In terms of performance/price, it is indeed difficult to find a dashcam that is better than the Tougard F2.0, thanks to the Alcor AU H.264 micro=processor mounted on board, but also to its Aptina AR0330 sensor covering a wide angle of 170 °. Allows you to record with 1080p HD resolution at 30 FPS all actions along with your route, with good image quality both day and night.

  1. TaoTronics TT-CD05:

G-sensor, motion sensor, excellent low light illumination, 32G SD card included for immediate use: Built with a design very close to a regular camera, this dash cam records your driving with Full HD resolution in 1080p mode. This means that all the details are restored and the angle coverage at 150 ° allows you to avoid any action. The TaoTronics TT-CD05 is also designed so that you get good picture quality even in low light or bad weather conditions. So that you can see your recordings and adjust the settings to your liking, the camera comes with a large 2.7 “color LCD.

  1. RAGU:

If you have a tight budget, the RAGU dashcamis one of the options we recommend. Based on its lens coverage of up to 170 °, this onboard camera records your driving in HD and guarantees clear video even when riding at night. Coming with a 16 GB TF card, a suction cup, a cigarette lighter 12V, a USB cable and a notice. Detection of ignition, movement, crash and vibration, but also monitoring of all parking, everything is there and you have the ability to set the dashcam easily from its LCD screen 2.7 inches.

  1. Transcend DrivePro 200:

The Transcend DrivePro 200 done in discreet design side but adopts technical features that make it the perfect witness on the road. With this dashcam, you have it on your account and can record high-quality videos in Full HD, day and night. Coming with a 16GB micron capacity memory card, the DrivePro 200 can be used continuously and eliminates the need for an extra memory card when the memory is full.

  1. Blackvue DR650S-2CH:

Some people will find it expensive, but this onboard camera has some innovative features that have convinced our editorial team. The Blackvue DR650S-2CH

is in our top 7, it is that in addition to the sharpness of the videos, day and night, it gives you the opportunity to view the recorded tracks not only from the memory card but also WiFi or the Cloud, via the app BlackVue Cloud App iOS/Android. It is, therefore, a device at the forefront of technology.

By Tom Clark

Hey there! I'm a passionate blogger on a mission to captivate readers with my words. Join me as I delve into the realms of travel, culture, and personal growth. With a keyboard as my compass and curiosity as my guide, I'll take you on an adventure through enchanting stories and thought-provoking insights. Whether it's exploring hidden gems, sharing travel tips, or unraveling the mysteries of the human experience, my aim is to ignite your imagination and inspire you to embrace the beauty of life. So grab a cup of coffee, get comfy, and let's embark on this literary journey together. Welcome to my vibrant world of words! ✨📚✍️