Best Dash Cam UNDER $100 • Rexing V1, Wide Angle with G-Sensor $99.00 MSRP4.92/5 (13)
Best Dash Cam Under $100 – Rexing V1 Car Dash Cam 2.4″ LCD FHD 1080p 170 Degree Wide Angle Dashboard Camera Recorder with Sony Exmor Video Sensor, G-Sensor, WDR, Loop Recording
Best Dash Cam Under $100: “The Rexing V1 dash cam is truly a terrific camera. To start with, it’s much more compact than other dash cams, so it can very easily sit behind the rearview mirror – this is a big win if you are looking for something that is out of sight. This cam can be attached both ways: directly to the glass using a flat adhesive that it comes with the camera or a suction cup. These are the same quality cameras that you see in most taxis in NYC. What I like most is that the menu on this dash cam is quite easy to understand. All the options are well laid out and understandable to navigate. Buttons are easy to press on both the front and side, no hard pressing needed in order to make it respond. The record button blinks red to show that it is recording. Different screen modes for front and rear cameras (if you bought the one with dual camera option), and it has the same 170-degree view of the front as every other camera on the market – overall very pleased with my purchase.” ~Michael T. (Denver, CO) // Discount Dash Cam
DISCREETDESIGN: Signature low-profile design allows the V1 to be a well-hidden witness to the road ahead.
FULLHD RECORDING: Sony Exmor IMX323 image sensor captures beautiful Full HD 1080p video @ 30fps. WIDE DYNAMIC RANGE allows the camera to perform optimally in any lighting situation by adjusting the exposure to create balanced images and footage.
170 DEGREE ULTRA WIDE ANGLE LENS: The 7-layer glass lens opens up to capture a sweeping view of its surroundings.
LOOP RECORDING: Recorded video is split into 3, 5, or 10 minute segments. When memory card full, new recordings will automatically overwrite the oldest segments. Supports high-endurance micro SD memory cards up to 128GB in memory size.
ACCIDENT AUTO-DETECTION (G-SENSOR): When the built-in gravity sensor detects a collision, the current video is locked, ensuring important footage is kept protected. Locked video will be kept safe from being overwritten.
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