Most dash cams take micro SD cards with up to 32GB capacity (about five hours of HD footage).
Some dash cams are fussy about the class of the card, so read the reviews to see what's worked for other customers.
Next to a smartphone, a camera can seem so inefficient.
Sure, you can also mount a traditional camcorder, which could very well feature better functionality and performance for the price.
They're designed to meet the needs that arise while driving a car—to keep your field of vision clear, to protect yourself from loose items, to be able to monitor the road instead of the camera, and so on. You'll find them on most, if not all, dashboard cameras on the market today: Dash cams are designed to turn on and off with your car, that is if you leave the camera plugged into the cigarette lighter outlet between drives.
If you disconnect the camera between drives, just plug it in to power up.
Maximum photo resolution is up to 5376 x 2688 with video resolution up to 1920x1080 at 30 fps.
THINKWARE Dash Cam X500 not only acts as a reliable eyewitness in the case of an incident, it is also your best protection against insurance frauds and road accidents.