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Rank Product Name Score
1 First Place Car Dash Cam - 2.3" LCD Screen FHD 1080P Car Camera with Sony Car Dash Cam - 2.3" LCD Screen FHD 1080P Car Camera with Sony
By ROCK SPACE
9.9
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2 AUKEY Dash Cam, Dashboard Camera Recorder with Full HD 1080P, 6-Lane 170° Wide AUKEY Dash Cam, Dashboard Camera Recorder with Full HD 1080P, 6-Lane 170° Wide
By AUKEY
9.5
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3 Car Dash Cam,Kimire Dashboard Onboard Camera Camcorder Driving Video Recorder Full HD 1080P,Starlight Car Dash Cam,Kimire Dashboard Onboard Camera Camcorder Driving Video Recorder Full HD 1080P,Starlight
By kimire
9.2
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4 CHICOM Mirror Dash Cam Backup Camera 9.66" Full Touch Screen Stream Media Dual CHICOM Mirror Dash Cam Backup Camera 9.66" Full Touch Screen Stream Media Dual
By CHICOM
8.9
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5 TOGUARD Backup Camera 7" Mirror Dash Cam Touch Screen 1080P Rearview Front TOGUARD Backup Camera 7" Mirror Dash Cam Touch Screen 1080P Rearview Front
By TOGUARD
8.5
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6 Best Value Crosstour Dash Cam 1080P FHD Mini in Car Dashboard Camera with Park Mode Crosstour Dash Cam 1080P FHD Mini in Car Dashboard Camera with Park Mode
By Crosstour
8.4
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7 APEMAN Dash Cam 1080P Full HD Mini Car Driving Recorder 170° Wide Angle APEMAN Dash Cam 1080P Full HD Mini Car Driving Recorder 170° Wide Angle
By APEMAN
8.1
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8 Pruveeo D700 7-Inch Touch Screen Dash Cam Front and Rear Dual Camera Pruveeo D700 7-Inch Touch Screen Dash Cam Front and Rear Dual Camera
By PRUVEEO
7.9
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9 REXING V1 DASHBOARD CAMERA DASH CAM LCD 1080P WIDE ANGLE 170 DEG FULL REXING V1 DASHBOARD CAMERA DASH CAM LCD 1080P WIDE ANGLE 170 DEG FULL
By REXING
7.4
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10 YI 2.7" Screen Full HD 1080P60 165 Wide Angle Dashboard Camera, Car DVR YI 2.7" Screen Full HD 1080P60 165 Wide Angle Dashboard Camera, Car DVR
By YI
7.2
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Top 5 Budget Dash Cameras - 2017 Edition

Hey it’s Andrew with Car Cam Centraland we review dash camerasWe’re back with our updatedbudget recommendations for 2017As always we tested and researched many camerasand these*snap*are the best so farFull disclosure we paid for most of these ourselvesbut we got two for freeThere’s a lot to cover so let’s get started[Intro Music]Starting with the Viofo A119this is my top pick for value for $100 AmericanIt delivers the key features of a great dash camwhich are good design, reliability and video qualityFirst off the camera blends in with your windshieldThe all black wedged design is stealthyand looks nothing like a GoPro or a cameraso it’s less tempting to stealLooking inside the A119 uses capacitorsnot lithium ion batteriesBoth store energy to safely shutdown your videoswhen you turn off your vehicleCapacitors are more reliable and heat resistantso your camera is less likely to fail and need replacingThe only downside is the powerlasts seconds, not minutesso you can't record outside your vehiclebut, this isn't an action cameraMoving to video quality,this camera has amazing claritywhich means you can better capture detailslike license plates or facesThe A119 records at Quad HD, 1440PThe sharpness and clarity are the best I’ve seenand only improve when you pay arounddouble the priceAt night there’s less video noise and motion blurso you can read more license plates on moving vehiclesCapturing these details are importantfor hit and run incidentsor if the other driver lies to prove what happenedGoing to the frontthe lens can move up and down as well as side to sidewhich helps drivers who need to mount it in thecorner of their windshield because of local lawsThe A119 also has a GPSwhich is used to log your speed and positionnot give you directions on where to goIt’s now integrated into an optional $10 mountwhich doubles as a quick releaseYou can pull off the camerawithout unplugging the power cableLooking closer at the mountit uses an adhesive pad to attach to the windshieldwhich is more sturdy and has less vibrationcompared to suction mountswhich allow you to move cameras between vehiclesMore on suction cameras laterAlso like all dash cameras the A119 does two thingsOne, it turns on and automaticallystarts recording when it receives powerSecond, it overwrites the oldest files on a loopso you never run out of spaceMost importantly the A119 haspersistent audio and LCD error warningswhich can tell you if the camera has problems recordingThe A119 lacks an automatic parking modewhich means it’s not an ideal camerato film while parkedWe’ll talk about a good choice laterStill, the Viofo A119sets the standard for a good dash camand is my first choiceif I had to make a blind recommendationNext up is the $50 A118Cwhich I think is the best in its price rangeYou can find cheaper camerasbut the video quality is significantly worseand they break down more oftenThe A118C includes a wire hiderwhich makes the camera looked factory installedLooking inside it uses a capacitorand what the C in its name stands forIf it’s just A118 that’s the versionwhich uses a lithium-ion batteryLooking at the video qualityit records at a lower 1080P resolutionand is noticeably less sharpespecially with moving objectsBut overall you’ll be happy given its priceAt night the video quality has lower detailsand the reduced dynamic range meansthere are dark shadows in less lit areaswhere it can obscure pedestriansThe video quality is actually quite goodcompared to even more expensive camerasit’s just the newer A119 is that much betterThe A118 also falls behind in error notificationsas it’s limited to LCD warningsWhen your SD card failsyou won’t even receive a warningthat your camera isn’t workingYou can drive off unprotected and only realizethere’s a problem when you get into an accidentor get a ticketIn December 2016 Viofo launchedthe A118C2 and A119SWhen this video was releasedI didn’t think they were worth buyingLet me explainThe A118C2 is an upgrade to the original A118which has an improved lens with two groovesto hold an optional $15 circular polarizerwhich reduces reflections and glarefrom your windshieldThe video quality is noticeably betterAt night the new lens lets in more lightwhich means you can capture more detailslike license platesAs well the unit itself is better shielded to preventelectronic interference with your GPS or radioHowever, the C2 pricing was too high to recommendas the A119 is much better and costs a little moreThe new A119S uses a Sony Exmorinstead of an Omnivision image sensorand costs $20 moreFrom the video samples we’ve seenit doesn’t impress usbut we’ll give you our full verdict when it’s fully testedKeep in mind our recommendationsmay change depending on pricingTake a look at the description below for updatesI want to bring up the $100 Rexing V1as it’s frequently compared to the A119The V1 is worseThe Rexing has a larger body and LCD screenwhich is more noticeableThe video quality much lowerand is more like the $50 A118as both use the same image processor and sensorIt also uses lithium ion batteriesand not the capacitor of the A118CRexing has great customer servicebut I don’t think it’s worth $20 to $40 moreand the loss of a capacitorMoving onas not everyone is a fan of wedge shaped cameraswe have three other models you can considerwith different functionality and styleFirst up is the $70 Yi Dash Camwhich is the cheapest WiFi camera we recommendThe Yi has a more traditional camera-shaped bodyand bright metallic paintwhich does make it more noticeableThe Yi can rotate 360° to film police encountersinteresting scenes or the faces of driversThis is an advantage over cameras like the A119which can only face the frontThe Yi uses lithium ion batterieswhich means it’s not a good choicefor hot and humid environmentsbut it’s not unreliableIn fact the Yi has survived the summerwithout any heat related issuesAs well its lithium ion batteries store more powerso you can record for 10 minutes outside your vehicleWe reviewed the Chinese versionwhich has a suction mountThe international versionuses an adhesive mount insteadThe video quality is quite good overallwith a maximum resolution of 1296PThe daytime quality is somewhat reducedas a result of the wide anglebut I’m satisfied with its performanceAt night the Yi has great clarity and sharpnesscoming in just behind the Viofo A119 dash camUsing a smartphone you can wirelessly connectto the Yi to transfer and view filesThis is pretty handy after an accidentso you can discreetly look at your videosand back them up without letting the other driver knowThe app was well designedand you’ll have no problems using itThe combination of good video quality, WiFiand the added 360° coverage are hard to beatat this price rangeThe Yi is a option for anyone living in mild climatesgenerally less than 25°C/77°FNext up we have the $100 Transcend 200This camera is best for someone livingin a very hot and humid environmentand on a budgetIt has the functionality of the Yibut with capacitors, proven reliabilityunder hot weather and a two year warrantyIt also has WiFi, but it’s not as good as other camerasThe app is rather lackluster with a clumsy interfacebut you can view and download filesThe video quality is what most peoplewill have issues overDuring the day the sharpnessand overall clarity isn’t very goodAt night I would say it has the worst qualityof all the cameras herebut it’s still good enough to provethat you weren’t at faultI understand the Transcend 200 has limited appealfor most users but it does have it’s placeMake sure you get the model with the adhesive mountas the suction mount kept falling off my windshield*dropping noise*I hoped its replacement would be the Aukey DR01It’s made by a great company,has better image quality, capacitorsand a two-year warrantyHowever, the mount doesn’t allow the camerato face the side windows which for medefeats the main reason for using a camera-like bodyMoving forward we have the $100 Goluk T3This is the camera for anyone looking for a slim,stylish camera with a good parking modeWe tested a number of cylindrical cameras,researched many moreand the T3 emerged as our choice for most driversIt’s dark obsidian color and chrome lens looks greatbut it’s still fairly stealthyand will be a good fit for luxury vehiclesYou might notice there’s no LCD screenso you’ll need to use a smartphone and their WiFi appto change settings and view videosOverall it’s easy to use and quite functionalThe T3 uses a wireless buttonto activate video protectionThis locks the current footage from being overwrittenwhich is helpful to save interesting or accident footageThe wireless design is quite usefulcompared to most cameraswhich require you to reach for a buttonThe T3 uses a capacitorwhich is important for its parking modeThis is a special motion detectionor time lapse video recording settingto save space on your memory cardwhile your car is parkedThis feature automatically activateswhen you haven’t moved for 3 minutesand I thought it was effectiveTesting for power efficiencythe T3 used less energythan most single lens dash cameraswhich extends your recording timeDuring parking modeyour camera requires constant powereven when your vehicle is offTypically you'll gothrough your fuse box to your car's batteryThis is too long to cover right nowso we have resources in the description belowLooking at the video qualitythe daytime footage was rather unimpressiveand wasn’t as crisp and clear as I would have likedAt night it’s not that sharpbut the dynamic range is fantasticand the low light performance is goodfor rural environmentsWe chose the T3 over the similar DDPai Mini2as Goluk has committed more to overseas marketwith an 18 month warranty,better customer support and Amazon fulfillmentIf you need a budget parking cameraor a more stylish camera than the A119you’ll want to get the Goluk T3You may have noticed the G1W didn’t appearthat’s because we removed itfrom our recommendations listReliability has always been worse than the A118and now more fake units are appearingThere are good retailers selling genuine G1Wsbut I think the Yi and A118C are better unitsIf you’re looking for premium cameraswhich have better reliability and performancewe made a separate videoon the three cameras we recommendAs always buying a durable SD cardis important as your card is damagedevery time you write videos to your memory cardThe 64GB Lexar 633X is our value pickand is widely availableThe Transcend Endurance is our top pickas it’s made from MLC NAND which lasts longerand is optimized for use in dash camerasTo learn more see our video on SD cards hereAs well links to full reviews,updates to authorized retailerswill be in the description belowAnd with that, that’s the end of this videoIf you liked it please give it a thumbs upif you want more please subscribeThanks for watching.