Dash cams have become a popular in-car accessory as drivers want to ensure they have evidence to support them in case of a crash, or as a way to capture interesting incidents they’re witness to. Catch is offering great deals on dash cams with most under $150 and even some for well under $100. Here’s what’s on offer.
Uniden iGO 820 Dash Cam w/ Night Vision – $119: The Uniden Twin Cam Accident 800 is easy to install, configure and operate. Dual cameras allow you to decide what you capture and Infrared Night Vision ensures that you can record in poor light. Motion Detection enables the camera to collect evidence even when the car is parked and can capture footage if the car is bumped or scraped.
Navig8r Crash Cam WiFi X – $149: The Crash Cam WiFi X has GPS tracking and works with iOS and Android phones. Video is recorded at 1296p at 30FPS. There’s also motion detect recording whilst stationary so you can view car parking mishaps on your connected smartphone and store evidence for future insurance claims.
Nextbase 4061 1080p HD – $129: The Nextbase 4061 Dash Cam boasts Wide Dynamic Range image processing for clear recording in bright and dark light, while the built-in G-Sensor detects impact while driving, such as sharp or unusual movements, locking the file so it cannot be recorded over.
Uniden iGO Cam 325 Accident Dash Cam – $47: The iGO Cam 325 features continuous recording in Full HD, with an ultra-wide angle lens. Loop recording keeps your memory card free of unwanted videos and it’s got a motion detection setting for when you’re not around.
NAVIG8R DualView Cameras w/ GPS – $189: The dual camera set up records in full high definition with 1080p in the front and high definition 720p internally. Plus, the internal camera comes with night vision so you can even capture footage in the dark.
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