Blueskysea Adhesive CPL Filter Lens Cover for VIOFO A119 Car Dashcam (Adhesive Version)
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- With CPL filter, it could further reduce the reflections from windshield, getting more saturated and beautiful video.
- Blueskysea CPL version is one adhesive version, can not be removed once stick to camera lens;
- After fix, users still can move A119 dashcam lens in the horizontal direction.
- This adhesive version CPL Only suits for VIOFO A119.
- A119 Dashcam Not includes in package.
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|Package Height||0.5 x 4 x 7 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.1 pounds|
Many many buyer feedback us they need one CPL for A119 dashcam,they wait its cpl for a long time!
So,we made this DIY adhesive CPL filter for our buyers!
It is one DIY CPL for VIOFO A119 Dashcam,but not one offical VIOFO A119 dashcam CPL!
Package content: 1x CPL for Viofo A119 dashcam (Dashcam Not includes)
If you have difficulty in installing the CPL, please refer to the Youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imsgjuPKlNg
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The instructions are in Chinese, so they weren't at all helpful. But some of these reviews were helpful.
I used this filter on a Viofo A119 dashcam. It fit properly, and still allowed the lens of the dashcam to move both up and down, and sideways.
This filter seems to be best used for a single application, rather than expecting that you can take it on and off, and then re-apply it, again.
Yes, there was an arrow on the filter, but, without instructions, I didn't know what it meant. Nor did I believe the arrow, after reading some of the reviews.
But what I DID do ... that worked fine ... was turn the dashcam ON ... so that I could look at the screen, and then simply hold the filter over the front of the dashcam viewing screen. Then I rotated the filter 90 degrees at a time, and watched to see what effect it had on the picture. It was simple enough to see in the dashcam viewing screen which side of the filter to put "UP" so filter out the glare.
This filter clearly does help in filtering out the glare that was hitting the lens of the dash cam. I do think it makes the night time video of the dash cam darker, but most of my driving is during the day time. So, for me, it's worth it to keep the polarizing filter ON.
Does it work? Yes! Removed a lot of my problem reflections from the dash.
If I had to do this over I probably would have bought the clip on CPL version for the A119 instead.
Of course the purpose is to reduce glare from the windshield.
Pay attention to the instructions. It can be mounted incorrectly and be ineffective.
It took almost a month to arrive as it was shipped, apparently on a slow boat from China.
The bad news is the arrow is diagonal and not upright for the square shape of this.
The issue of course is the Viofo A119 has a square plastic housing this should adhere to, but due to the fact the lens is rotated 45 degrees (in a diamond orientation), it won't fit the square housing, so this is pretty worthless, curious who their QC was on this one.
The photo I took shows the problem clearly.
For those who need to check if their arrow (which should point to the top of your camera lens) is factual, look through the CPL filter with the adhesive side facing you, and point it at a computer monitor with the arrow facing up.
In this position your view should be clear, as you rotate the lens it should darken and go completely dark at around 45 degrees of turn.