Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What’s your return policy?
Return any of our products–no questions asked–within 30 days of purchase. We even pay return shipping.
Do you ship oversees and to P.O. boxes?
Yes, we’ll ship your package anywhere that can accept deliveries.
The law generally says that dash cams are legal. As long as you’re not infringing on people’s privacy, you’re fine. There’s no reasonable expectation of privacy while in public, which is exactly where the roads you’re driving and recording on are.
On the default setting, the dash cam will record up to 1.9 GB (about 6 hours) of video on a loop that refreshes continuously. Turn on “Break video into multiple segments” in order to set a length of recording time anywhere from 1 minute (1 segment, 1 minute in length) to 150 minutes (15 segments, 10 minutes in length
How much does it cost for a dash cam?ur Pick: The DVR-027. The DVR-027 is the most widely-used dash cam right now because it is an exceptional balance of convenient operation, high-resolution image capture, and low cost (an affordable about 60)
- Step 1 – Decide on your dashcam’s positioning. …
- Step 2 – Locate your vehicle’s fusebox. …
- Step 3 – Begin routing the power cable. …
- Step 4 – Locate a fuse that is “hot in start” …
- Step 5 – Install the installation kit add-a-circuit power cable. …
- Step 5 – Locate a ground point.
How long can you record on a 16 gig SD card?
To determine how much time a card will hold, multiply the size of the card by the number of minutes for the settings you want to use. Then divide that number by 60 to determine the number of hours. Example: 16GB card X 15 minutes per GB (720p @30fps on High) = 240 min.
How long can you film on a 64gb SD card?
|High Definition Recording Time**|
|16GB*||80 min||120 min|
|32GB*||160 min||240 min|
|64GB*||320 min||480 min|
|128GB*||640 min||960 min|
How does a back up camera work?
A backup camera (also called reversing camera) is a special type of video camerathat is produced specifically for the purpose of being attached to the rear of a vehicle to aid in backing up, and to alleviate the rear blind spot. … A backup cameratypically sports a wide-angle or fisheye lens.