Dash cams, without a doubt, has become an integral part of modern society. How would rogue law enforcement officers get served with justice if not for trusty dash cams?
How in the world can we expect to investigate an accident efficiently without real-time video recordings?
And where would we find hilarious highway mishaps if not for dash cams?
Of course, the most compelling reason for getting a dash cam is to be able to archive crucial videos that can be used either as evidence or as review material.
Interestingly, a lot of drivers are still on the hunt for a good dash cam for their car. This is perfectly normal as there are tons of choices for dash cams these days.
Rexing V1P 2.4″ LCD FHD Car Dash Cam with Rear Camera
This rugged dash cam from Rexing is another budget-friendly dash cam that’s packed with features.
For one, it has a wide angle view – a huge plus since it captures more information while on the road.
While it may look rugged on its own, once installed in the car, it’s pretty unassuming. Its discreet look is a huge advantage when trying to catch something controversial on video.back to menu ↑
KDLINKS X1 GPS-Enabled Dashboard Camera
A lot of dash cams these days throw around the “Full HD” tag knowing full well that there are plenty of consumers who aren’t aware of the technical specifications of the standard.
This dash cam from KDLINKS, however, is one that doesn’t fall short in delivery high definition video recording. Images and videos come out crisp and clear – which can be a huge advantage when there is a need to accurately identify things like plate number and tattoos.
One feature that a lot of drivers will love from KDLINKS is its capability for night vision.back to menu ↑
Garmin Dash Cam 55
Garmin is no stranger to consumer electronics that deal with precision. Their top dash cam is GPS-enabled – which is really no surprise to anyone who is familiar with the brand.
The camera of the Garmin Dash Cam 55 works extremely well in low light conditions and can even record 1440p videos in such conditions.
It’s a bit on the pricey side – but that’s pretty much a given. This dash cam is loaded with features and it looks amazing.
Thinkware F800 Pro Dash Cam
The top dash cam on the list is popular with drivers who want their dash cam to be a Swiss-army knife.
The Thinkware f800 is armed not just with a GPS but also a WiFi capability. This opens up a whole new world of possibilities for car owners.
Its ‘Parking Surveillance Mode’ ensures that cars left out in the open are always secured and watched using a connected app viewer. The kicker? It works even in darkness thanks to its super night vision capability.