Dash cameras or dashboard cameras are small cameras that are placed on the dashboard or windscreen of a vehicle by use of the suction cup. They are used to record continuously any view or activities while someone is driving. They provide solid video evidence if an accident happens as they record all that occurs on the road while driving. They can also be used to analyse your driving performance and also capture the routes as you drive. The dash cameras can be used by people who own private cars, bus drivers or even police to record evidence at traffic stops.

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Lots of Complex Features

There are different types of dash cameras with different features and capabilities which help drivers and car owners in various ways. Some of the key features in a dash camera include:

  • Wide aperture which makes it possible to record clear videos even in low light situations. Some have dual cameras, i.e. front and rear cameras so as to shoot a wider range of vision.
  • A microphone which records all the audio inside your vehicle.
  • They have GPS, and this is to record your locations you go to, the speed and also track your position and display it on Google maps.
  • A G-sensor that records force, direction, impact, accelerations and turns as you drive. You can retrieve this information in case you have an accident and use it as evidence.
  • You can take photos with the dash camera which can be very useful in case of any incident.
  • Auto start function where the camera automatically starts recording when one switches on the ignition.
  • Lane assist feature that will alert you on the motorway when you start to veer out of a lane.
  • Maximum speed alert that will play an audible beep when you exceed the set limit.

The Choices

package all of these features into different levels of dash cam to make picking the right camera for you easy. To assist with knowing which camera is most suitable for you please see the below:

  1. Transcend DrivePro 50 – Is the only model in the range without the viewing screen on the back, but allows viewing via the app. Great for tech savvy young drivers wanting some protection.
  2. Transcend DrivePro 100 – For people who want the core features of recording the road and can download their videos using the free PC tool. This is the most suitable option.
  3. Transcend DrivePro 200 – This is best for people who want to capture everything that happens on the road, but don’t have a computer to download the footage. This camera enables you to access the footage from your mobile phone via an app.
  4. Transcend DrivePro 220 – Is great for those of us that spend a lot of time on the road. The additional safety features in the camera such as lane assist and speed limit warning turn any car into a more advanced vehicle.
  5. Transcend DrivePro 520 – This is the top of the range and it will be best suited for people who would want to capture what is happening inside and outside the car. For example if you allow the public into your car or bus then it will record everything that goes on, in case anything goes wrong.

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Know More About The Transcend Dash Cameras was last modified: May 4th, 2018 by Paul Hadley