Dash Camera

Campark DC19 4K Dual Dash Camera Front and Rear with 3.16'' Touch Screen and 128GB Card


About this item 【High-quality Image Sensor】This front and rear driving recorder has an 8-megapixel camera equipped with a high-quality Sony sensor and F1.8 large aperture, providing clear and delicate image...

Campark DC06 4K Dash Camera 3.16'' Touch SCreen Inside WiFi GPS Dual Dashcams Front and Rear, with 64GB Memory Card(Only available in the US and Australia)


About this item Front & Rear Dual Driving Recorder: This driving recorder adopts Sony sensor and HDR/WDR technology, which can record 4K and rear 1080P high-definition road condition video of...

Campark CE66A/DC14 3 Way 4K WIFI Dash Camera With 64GB Memory Card(Out of stock in Canada)


About this item 【Come with Endurance U3 64GB SD Card】 This 3 Channe dashcam comes with a U3 64 GB SD Card, whose premium performance allows dash cams to run...

Campark DC15 4K+ 2K Front and Rear Dash Camera for Cars Built in WiFi GPS with 3.16" Touch Screen, 64GB Memory Card (Sold only in Europe and Canada)


About this item 【The most worthy car recorder that everyone has ever wanted!】 In order to provide the ultimate user experience, we have launched this 4K Car Recorder with WIFI GPS...

Campark DC40 3 Channel Dash Camera for Cars 4K+1080P Dual Channel, 4K+1080P+1080P Front Inside Rear Car Camera(Only available in the US


About this item 【Three channel dash cam】: Campack DC40 dash cam features with 170°front camera, 120°inside cabin camera, and 140°rear camera which records video simultaneously at 4k+1080p+1080p. Three-channel recording covers...

Campark CE66A/DC14 4K 3 Way Triple With WiFi GPS Car Dash Cam(Out of stock in Canada)


About this item 【4K UHD Front Dash Cam 】- While on front and rear dual recording mode, the dash camera's front camera can up to REAL 4K(2160p@30fps), the cabin can...

Campark CE80B 4K 12" Full Touch Screen Voice Control Mirror Dash Camera (Out Of Stock In The UK)


【4K+1080P Dash Cam Front and Rear】 - Features 4K UHD resolution, this mirror dash cam captures clear license plates front and rear your vehicle. The big 12" screen is easy...

Campark DC30 Dash Cam Native 4K Front and 1080P Rear Car Camera(Only available in the US)


About this item 【Native 4K+1080P front and rear dash camera】: Simultaneously capturing the road at 4K(3840*2160/front lens) and 1080P(1920*1080/rear lens) resolution, this dual dash cam offers amazing video quality which...

Campark RM01 10" 4K Front and Rear Mirror Dash Cam With Voice Control (Only Available in the US)


About this item 【4K UHD Dual Recording】 Compared to the normal 2.5K in the market, the 4K front camera records (3840 x 2160P) higher definition video, and uses a premium...

Campark C310 1080P Front and Inside Dash Cam With HDR Backup Camera(Only available in the US and Canada)


About this item 【Dual Dash Cam Comes with U3 64GB Micro SD Card】In order to provide a better user experience, this car camera is equipped with a special design 64GB...

Campark CE35A 1080P Front and Rear Mirror Dash Cam with 7" Touchscreen


About this item Smart rear view mirror with 7 inch IPS touch screen and broad view: Dash cam with 7 inch touch screen provides an ultra-wide view and minimises blind...

Campark C200/DC16 4K Front and Rear Dual Dash Camera with 3 inch LCD Display


About this item 【4K Ultra HD Experience Car Camera】The dash cam features an ultra-high-definition 4K front camera that seamlessly records up to 4K @30fps when used alone, enabling clear capturing...

Campark CE45A 4K 3" LCD Front and Inside Carbin Dual Dash Camera(Only Available In The US)


 About this item 【4K+1080P Dash Cam with Audio】4K front and 1080P in-car dash cameras simultaneously record the road and inside the car, which provides sharp high-quality video/picture. Dual lens provide...

Campark CE67A/DC13 4K Front and Inside With WiFi GPS Dual Dash Camera(Out of stock in USA)


4K+1080P 2 Way Dash Camera The 2 channel dash cam records 4K UHD 3840*2160@30fps front and 1920*1080@30fps cabin simultaneously. Provide adequate enough vivid image and video for you make out...

Campark CE70 2.5K 12" Front and Rear Mirror Dash Cam with Voice Control(Out of stock in USA)


About this item 【High-Resolution Front and Rear Cam & Super Night Vision】12 inch large Screen with built-in high-performance Sonny lens that offers 2.5K (2560 x 1440p) front view with more...

Campark CA711 RV Backup Camera System With 7'' LCD Monitor For Trailer/Van/Jeep/SUV


About this item 【Reverse Rear View Camera and Monitor】Default with parking guidelines, the reverse camera monitor kit will automatically show the rear images and parking guidelines full time whether it's...

Campark C300 1.5” 3 Channel Front & Inside & Rear(1080P+720P+720P) Dash Cam


About this item 【1080P Triple Dash Cam for Cars】 - The FHD 1080P front camera and 720P internal and backup camera can simultaneously record the images outside and inside of the...

Campark W10 Driveway Alarm Outdoor Motion Sensor Security System


About this item 【Solar Powered PIR Driveway Alarm】The motion sensor is powered by a solar panel installed on top of it so that you don't have to be changing batteries...

Campark DC35 Dual 1080P Dash Cam w/GPS, Front and Inside Car Camera w/Infrared Night Vision


About this item 【Dual Lens 1080P Car Camera】:This dual dash cam can record simultaneously 1920 * 1080p @30fps HD videos and pictures. Dual len with ront 170° and inside 140°...

Campark CE45 1080P IR Night Vision Front and Inside Dash Camera for Taxi Drivers(Only Available In The US and UK )


About this item 【Dual Dash Cam Front and Inside 1080P FHD】With 3 inch LCD screen, the dual dash cam for cars simultaneously records both front & inside. The dash cam...

dash cam or dash camera is mounted on a vehicle's dashboard. It is typically used to record video of the road ahead. Dash cams provide evidence in case of an accident and can help reduce insurance claims fraud. Some key benefits of dash cams include:

• Record video evidence of vehicle accidents or road incidents in case of a dispute over who is at fault. The footage can help settle insurance claims quickly.

Provide video proof to support insurance claims. The recorded footage can help ensure that questionable claims are not fraudulently made against you.

Record reckless driving by other vehicles on the road. The footage can be provided as evidence to the police to take action against reckless drivers. 

Capture scenic drives or interesting events on the road. Some people use dash cams primarily as action cameras to record their driving adventures. 

Record road conditions and alert other drivers to potential hazards like accidents or traffic jams ahead. The footage can be uploaded to vehicle accident reporting websites and apps.

Provide surveillance footage of a parked vehicle. Some Dash cams have a parking mode to record any activity around a parked vehicle.

Ensure security and capture evidence of vandalism or theft of a vehicle. Dash cam footage can help identify perpetrators. 

Remind drivers to maintain safe driving habits. A visible dash cam may make drivers more mindful of their speed and behavior on the road.

• Optional features like GPS trackingloop recording, night vision mode, etc. More advanced dashcams provide additional useful features for drivers.

A dash camera works by continuously recording video footage of the road ahead using a camera mounted on the windshield of a vehicle. It typically consists of the following main components:

Camera sensor - The most common types are CMOS and CCD sensors. CMOS sensors are more affordable and compact, but CCD sensors generally provide better image quality, especially in low light. 

Lens - A standard lens provides a wide field of view, typically 160-170 degrees, to capture as much of the road as possible. Some dash cams also have a night vision lens for better night recording.

• Memory card - Most dash cams utilize microSD cards to store recorded video footage. The card storage determines videos the dash cam can store. Cards with bigger storage space mean longer recording times between overwrites.

• GPS module (optional) - Some dash cams have an integrated GPS receiver to automatically tag recorded videos with location data, speed, G-forces during accidents, route information, etc. This additional data can be useful as evidence. 

Power source - Dash cams run on either the vehicles or a dedicated rechargeable battery. Battery-powered models are more discreet but limited in recording time. Hardwire kits allow dash cams to constantly draw power from the vehicle's battery for 24/7 recording.

Recording triggers - Basic motion detection, impact detection (G-sensors), manual recording buttons, and continuous loop recording modes are common options to trigger when the recording starts and stops.

Display (optional) - A few dash cams have a built-in LCD screen to preview and playback footage, change settings, view vehicle sensors, etc. But most lack a display to keep the size and cost down. Settings are configured through the dash cam's mobile app.

Storage modes - Common options include continuous recording, event recording (motion/impact triggered), and parking mode. The mode can be set according to driving conditions for optimal storage usage. The footage is continually overwritten when the memory card is full.

File formats - The most popular formats for dash cam footage are MP4 and MOV video files. Some dash cams can also record in AVI format.

Here are the main types of dash cameras based on camera positioning:

1. Front-facing dash cameras: These are the most common type. They have a single camera mounted on the windshield facing forward to record the road ahead. They provide a standard wide-angle view of the drive. Nearly all dash camera options are front-facing. Front-facing dash cams are ideal for most drivers to capture reckless driving by other vehicles and record road accidents or incidents.

2. Rearview dash cameras: Some dash cams have a camera mounted facing backward to record activity behind the vehicle. Rearview dash cams provide a rear view of the road and can capture the license plate numbers of vehicles around you. They are useful for monitoring vehicles that may be tailgating, following too closely, or harassing other drivers on the road. However, rearview footage is more limited and prone to obstructions than a forward-facing view. 

3. Dual-facing dash cameras: For the most comprehensive coverage, some dash cams have dual cameras - one facing forward and one facing rearward. Dual-facing dash cams, or multi-channel dash cams, provide both front and rear views simultaneously. They record the maximum amount of footage from all directions around the vehicle. However, dual cameras require more power, larger memory cards, and higher costs than single-camera dashcams. They also have a more complex setup with additional lenses, sensors, cables, and housings. 

Some other points to note about the different types:

Rearview and dual-facing dash cams typically have wider angle lenses to fit more in the frame, given the shorter viewing distance behind the vehicle. 

• Night vision capability and low light performance may be compromised for rear-facing cameras relative to forward-facing cameras. 

Continuous recording, event-based recording, and parking mode functions are available for all types, but the triggering conditions would differ based on camera placement. 

Dual-facing dash cams provide the most footage for insurance claims or assessing liability in an accident scenario by capturing the key events from multiple perspectives. 

• Chest-mounted or mirror-mounted rearview cameras may obstruct less of the rearview but require more installation effort. An integrated rear-facing camera is more discreet.

Dual 4K or 5K dash cams will provide the highest resolution output but also at a higher cost. Resolution options depend on the specific model and the number of cameras.

Here are some key dash camera features to consider:

1. Video Quality: Dash cameras typically record full HD (1080p) video, which is sufficient for most drivers. Some options provide 4K or 4K+ ultra high definition for even better clarity. H.264 and H.265 are common codec standards that provide good quality while managing file sizes. Consider the video resolution, codec, and details like frame rate that meet your needs. 

2. Storage Capacity: The memory card size determines how long your footage is stored before overwriting. Larger capacities of 64GB up to 512GB are typical. Look for a minimum of 1-2 hours of recording time per gigabyte of space as a good rule of thumb. MicroSD cards are used and should be rated for at least Class 10 for reliable performance in a dash cam. 

3. Motion Detection: Motion detection automatically turns on recording when motion is sensed in the field of view, which can be due to other vehicles moving into the frame or pedestrians crossing the road. Consider the sensitivity and areas of motion detection that suit your needs. Motion detection provides convenience but also the potential for false positives, so adjust the settings accordingly. 

4. GPS: GPS tagging provides location data, speed, the direction of travel, and G-force information on your recordings, which enhances the context and usefulness, especially for insurance claims or emergencies. However, GPS modules add to dash cameras' cost, bulk, and power draw. Determine if GPS is essential for your needs or a nice-to-have feature. 

5. Nighttime Recording: If frequently driving at night, consider a dash cam with an enhanced night vision mode. Night vision uses a larger aperture, higher gain, and slower shutter speed to let in more light and prevent too dark footage. Night vision capability varies significantly between budget, mid-range, and premium dash camera options. Check the specifications for details on the night vision range and quality of any model you evaluate. 

Besides these key features, also consider options like:

 Continuous vs. event-based recording: Continuous recording provides full coverage, while event recording only saves clips around detected impacts or motion. 
• Buffering: Records a few seconds before and after detected impacts for more context. 
• Emergency recording: This can trigger recording even when the dash cam is parked and not actively recording. 
• Parking mode: Monitors the area around a parked vehicle and automatically records any detected impacts or motion. 
• Primary vs. dual camera: A single forward view camera or dual front/rear cameras capture views in multiple directions. 
• Manual override: Ability to manually start/stop recording as needed in addition to auto-detection features.

Here are the basic steps to install a dash camera:

1. Select a mounting position. The two most common spots are:

Middle of the windshield: Provides a central view of the road. Some dash cams come with a mount fitted for the mid-windshield position.

Top center of the windshield: Provides a wide view of the road, but the mount may partially obstruct your view of the rearview mirror. 

• Side of the windshield: High viewpoint but a narrower field. The side mount position can be bracket mounted or use a strong adhesive mount.

2. Clean and dry the mounting surface. Wipe away any dirt or debris on the windshield and ensure the area is fully dry to seal any adhesive mount well.

3. Connect the power cable. The dash cam must be constantly powered on, so you'll need a hardwire kit to connect the cable to your vehicle's fuse box. Follow the kit instructions carefully to connect the fuse tap properly. 

4. Install any additional camera cables (dual camera only). Connect the additional camera and cable before mounting the unit if your dash cam has dual cameras. 

5. Attach the mount to your dash cam. Whether adhesive, suction cup, or bracket mount, securely attach it to the base of your dash cam according to the included instructions. 

6. Stick the mount to the windshield (adhesive mount only). For an adhesive mount, remove the backing tape and firmly stick the mount to the adhesion surface on the windshield. 

7. Connect the video cable (some models only). Connect one end of the video cable to the video out port of your dash cam and the other to the video in the port of your vehicle's video input (if equipped). 

8. Connect the audio cable (some models only). Connect one end of the audio cable to the audio out port of your dash cam and the other to the audio in port of your vehicle's video input (if equipped).

9. Test your installation. Ensure all cables are securely connected, the mount firmly adheres, your dash cam is recording properly, and has a clear view of the road ahead before driving. 

10. Format the memory card and adjust settings as needed. Once installed, you may need to format the memory card on your dash cam and adjust settings like motion detection, impact triggers, recording modes, etc., to meet your preferences.

 1. Are dash cameras legal?
Using dashboard cameras is legal in many regions worldwide, including North America.

 2. Can I use a dash camera to record audio?
In some states or territories, recording audio from inside your car may be an offense without permission from all parties involved. It's best to check your local laws before purchasing a dash camera that records audio.

 3. Will using a dash camera affect my insurance premiums?
Some insurance providers offer discounts for customers who have dash cameras installed in their vehicles as they may help prevent false claims or fraud.

 4. How do I know if my dash camera is recording?
Most dash cameras will display an indicator light when recording. You can also confirm the recording by checking the device's icon or status on the camera screen.

 5. Can dash cameras be used for other purposes besides recording driving footage?
Yes, dash cameras can be used as security cameras to monitor your car when parked or as backup cameras to improve your visibility when reversing your vehicle.

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