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Rexing V1 Car Dash Cam 2.4" LCD FHD 1080p 170 Degree Wide Angle Dashboard Camera Recorder with Sony Exmor Video Sensor, G-Sensor, WDR, Loop Recording
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- DISCREET DESIGN: Signature low-profile design allows the V1 to be a well-hidden witness to the road ahead.
- FULL HD RECORDING: Sony Exmor IMX323 image sensor captures beautiful Full HD 1080p video @ 30fps. WIDE DYNAMIC RANGE allows the camera to perform optimally in any lighting situation by adjusting the exposure to create balanced images and footage.
- 170 DEGREE ULTRA WIDE ANGLE LENS: The 7-layer glass lens opens up to capture a sweeping view of its surroundings.
- LOOP RECORDING: Recorded video is split into 3, 5, or 10 minute segments. When memory card full, new recordings will automatically overwrite the oldest segments. Supports high-endurance micro SD memory cards up to 128GB in memory size.
- ACCIDENT AUTO-DETECTION (G-SENSOR): When the built-in gravity sensor detects a collision, the current video is locked, ensuring important footage is kept protected. Locked video will be kept safe from being overwritten.
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Full HD Recording
Full HD Video with Sony Exmor IMX323
Creates a beautiful, vivid picture of the road ahead by honing in on the details that other cameras might miss using its built-in Sony IMX323 image sensor.
170 Degree Ultra Wide Angle Lens
With its 170 degree ultra wide angle lens, you can mount the camera nearly anywhere and still capture the entirety of the road.
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
The camera automatically adapts by fine-tuning the exposure of the camera to create balanced images and footage.
Ready to Use
Loop Recording and Gravity Sensor
With Loop Recording, new recordings will automatically overwrite oldest recordings when the memory card is full. When the G-sensor detects a collision, the current video will be locked.
The camera is easily mounted to your windshield using the included adhesive mount.
High Temperature Resistance
With a 140°(F) operating and a 160°(F) storage temperature, the V1 is ready to record in any climate.
Class 10 or higher micro SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card. Supported memory sizes range from 16GB to 128GB.
NOTE: Please don't use SanDisk Ultra cards with our cameras.
In order to meet your feedback, we are constantly improving our products through firmware updates.
|V1||V1 3rd Gen||V1P||V1LG||V2||F10|
|Max Video Resolution||1080p||2160p||1080p + VGA||1080p + 720p||2160p [Single] 1080p [Dual]||1080p|
|Camera Type||Front||Front||Front + Rear||Front + Rear||Front + Inside||Front|
|Rear Camera Support||✓||✓|
|GPS Logger Support||Yes - External||Yes - External||Yes - External||Yes - Internal||Yes - External||No|
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✯✯✯ Pros ✯✯✯
• stealth like appearance behind my rearview mirror
• high quality daytime 1080p recording
• ability to take photos @ push of a button
• loop recording
• very secure mount with easy dash cam attach & detach mechanism
• ability to turn off audio
• easy to navigate menu
• automatically comes off & on when hardwired to the vehicle
• display can auto turn off after 15 sec, 1min or 3min
✯✯✯ Cons ✯✯✯
• night time recording is okay (most around this price point perform the same)
• internal battery last at most 1min (but as I hardwired mine this is okay with me)
*** UPDATE (July 2016) ***
I recently had audio recording issues with the dash cam where the audio cuts in and out randomly but re-downloading the firmware took care of that.
Daytime video is really clear. I am able to read the license plates of vehicle 2 cars in front of me easily. Night time on the other hand is average. Traffic lights, street lights and on coming vehicle headlights cause major glare. Also, the HIDs in my headlights reflect harshly off license plates and dims them unreadable.
If you are interested why the claim was denied, it was because they other insurance company claimed that I was partially responsible for the accident since we didn't hit head on. Without seeing the video, they insisted that I could have avoided the accident since I hit the side of the other car. It didn't matter that I told them that we didn't hit head on because I used my brakes to avoid a head on collision. Be aware that in some states, if you are even just a fraction responsible for the crash, you have to pay for your own damages. This is why dash cam evidence is so important. It's all about the details. The video shows that he turned in to me (failed to yield), I braked, and we crashed. 100% his fault.
Back to the camera... The camera has lasted almost a full year. This includes pretty harsh summers and winters. I cannot speak for the reliability beyond one year. If it fails though, I will sure post an update.
I had a problem with Sandisk Ultra 64 GB micro SD card. Do not use this card! It would not record in loop record mode. Initially I thought the dash cam was broken and I almost returned it. Thankfully I did not return it. So I would have to erase the card about once a week since I had about one week of memory until the card was full. This is really not ideal since in the attached video, the card was very close to full, and it could have stopped recording at any time. There is no warning when the recording has stopped. The only thing is that you will notice the record button will stop flashing.
I recommend a high endurance micro SD card that uses MLC technology (not TLC). It's more expensive but it lasts longer. If the card does not advertise that it has MLC, then it does not since it's about twice as expensive. This is especially important in dash cams since they write data all the time. For a computer or regular camera, I feel it's less important to have MLC. All flash data will eventually wear out and fail, MLC will last longer. As an example you can buy from amazon Transcend 32 GB (TS32GUSDHC10V).
As long as this camera lasts a long time, I highly recommend it!
The actual video is attached. I blurred the license plate for obvious reasons, but rest assured it was clear as day through the whole video. I wouldn't have believed it if I hadn't recorded it myself.