Dashboard cameras are highly recommended, and even needed, nowadays because of the many benefits that they offer. If you do not have one yet, buying one can be quite a tedious task what with the many models and brands coming out these days. With that, here are the seven of the best dashboard cameras to suit any budget to get for your car.
Z-Edge Z3 Plus Dash Cam ($140)
The Z-Edge Z3 Plus features a 3-inch screen and a good mounting system. The Z3 supports several different video resolutions, including the 2560×1080 resolution. This camera is very easy to set up. It also comes with a 32 GB MicroSD card to provide you with a huge storage, great for capturing long road trips.
FalconZero F170HD+ Dash Cam ($99)
The FalconZero F170HD+ dashboard camera comes in a small body with a suction mount that can rotate 360 degrees, which makes it for a very easy installation. Even with its small size, it delivers 1080p high-definition videos. This camera also has a motion detector that records any movement when the car is parked. Just like the former, it also comes with a 32 GB Micro SD card.
Z-Edge Z1 Plus Dash Cam ($60)
The Z-Edge continues to make it on the list with a less expensive option. The Z1 Plus dashboard camera offers full high definition video recording, a generously sized 2.7-inch display and a built-in sensor. It also comes with an adjustable suction mount, making it one of the products that offers great value for your money.
Thinkware TW-X350 Dash Camera ($150)
The Thinkware TW-X350 dashboard camera can features a wide angle 140-degree lens that can capture every detail on a full HD video with its high-quality Sony sensor. This camera also features a 2.7-inch screen and a built-in thermal self-protection. For easier access using your smartphone, this camera also comes with Wi-Fi. When ordering, buyers can opt to get one with GPS for a more expensive price, of course.
KDLINKS X1 ($170)
The KDLINKS X1 dashboard camera has a premium f1.6 Six-Glass Lens that can capture at a 165-degree angle, with super HD resolution at 190×1080. It is very weather-resistant, which means that it is fully functional even in extreme temperatures. The X1 also features a built-in GPS that has Google Maps integration. It comes with an 8 GB MicroSD card, which may not be much, but at least it’s included in the box.
Black Box Mobius Pro Mini Action Camera ($80)
The palm-sized Mobius Pro features an LCD screen, a G-sensor, and a suction mount – everything that you would need in a dashboard camera. It comes in a compact size yet can record high-definition videos. This camera is so versatile, as it comes with Velcro, so you can easily remove it place it elsewhere, for example helmets and handlebars. Another bonus is that it comes with a 32 GB MicroSD card.
BlackVue DR470-2H Dash Cam (starts at $199)
The BlackVue DR470-2CH may be the priciest on the list but it is definitely worth your money. This dashboard camera has two lenses that makes it possible to simultaneously record both the front and the back of your car. It is small, yet it comes with superior video quality as the front lens records high-definition videos at 1080p while the back lens records at 720p. The BlackVue DR470-2CH comes in several variants with storage capacities ranging from 16 GB to 128 GB. Furthermore, one can also opt to get one with GPS.