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Dash cameras are typically designed to record continuously whenever they are powered up. Some cameras have different features that only allow the camera to record when they sense motion. We would advise that you always check the full specifications of the camera before you purchase.
Most modern dash cameras are using new technologies like HDR and WDR making easy work of night vision. This technology automatically adjusts lighting conditions and exposures to capture the same quality of footage in low light conditions. We would advise that you always check the full specifications of the camera before you purchase.
On average a 32GB SD card will store about 3-4 hours of 1080P recording. When the SD card reaches full capacity a loop recording feature allows for a continuous recording by overwriting older files.
Most dash cameras have a loop recording feature built in so when the memory card storage reaches full capacity loop recording allows for a continuous recording by overwriting older files. This feature is designed to allow the dash camera to always record even if the SD memory card reaches full capacity
Most of the market-leading motor insurers are now accepting dash camera footage as evidence to be used in the event of a claim. Some insurers even offer annual discounts to drivers who use a dash camera. We would recommend that you check with your insurance company to make sure they accept dash camera footage in the event of a claim.
Yes absolutely. Accidents don’t just happen in front of the vehicle and in some cases when incidents happen behind the vehicle it makes it even more difficult to establish what actually happened. Installing a rear dash camera gives you added protection and peace of mind.