Like I said, I never had a problem with the two VIOFIO cams we owned. The one thing I would like is dual cams with internet accessibility through my smart phone. It would be nice to be alerted to something going on with the vehicle during the day or especially at night. My son's WRX was sitting outside on the street. My wife heard a noise, but really did not think much of it. Someone (contractor working on bathrooms) from across the street had backed into it and sped off. $2,600 in damage. That is what started the dash cam search.Thanks Sparkland. I viewed a few YouTube vids the Viofo was recommended because it uses capacitors and not Lith-ion batteries.
Here in Arizona, battery dash cams are not recommended because of the heat which can cause batteries can overheat and burn. It's going to be 114*F today. My OB is black and will be parked outside for two or three hours today. That should keep my grilled cheese sandwich toasty on the dash.
By the way, that Viofo wasn't rated quite high enough for me on Amazon. My general break point is no more than 6% one-star ratings
Yep the dashcam is good. The 3m tape gave away a couple of times but I have been lazy to get another one and have been reusing it ...I've been happy with my Rexing V1.
I have one in the 3.6, one in the Baja, and I gave one to @vhercules earlier this year.
It works as expected. My biggest complaint is the tape that came with it didn't hold up but 5 minutes with better tape fixes that issue. The footage it captures is very good (I can link some videos if you want)
They have a model that has front and rear cameras.
They also have a newer 4k model I just noticed. Mine is just the 1080p version.