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VicoVation Vico-MF2 GPS dashcam review

Last month I reviewed the VicoVation OPIA2, a high end, 2K “Extreme” HD, Ultra High Dynamic Range (UHDR) dashcam with a more than solid feature set. The Vico-MF2 is VicoVation’s more moderately priced, mid-range dashcam with the same stellar resolution and more built-in features out of the box for approximately half the price. Let’s see …

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VicoVation OPIA 2 dashcam review

Like surveillance systems, dashcams are the type of device that once installed and configured, the hope is that you never need to use/access its video footage. But you never know when you are going to be in or witness an accident or other noteworthy happenstance while driving. While popular around the world, dashcams are slowly gaining popularity here in …

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Thinkware F50 dashcam review

As Julie has mentioned in previous dashcam reviews, this type of device is engineered to not only record your driving adventures, but also document the circumstances “in the event of an accident or for capturing footage of streaking meteors or streaking people on your drives”. While I have yet to witness any naked people run in …

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Pyle’s new dash cam will let you create James Corden style carpool karaoke videos

We’ve reviewed a LOT of dash cams over the years, but I think this new dash cam from Pyle is the first one I’d seen that has two cameras. The Pyle Dual Camera & Monitor DVR System fits over your vehicle’s existing rearview mirror and has a camera to point out the windshield and one …

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Shopping for a dashcam? Consider the LK-7950 Lukas Dual Lens Dash Camera with Wifi and GPS

Dash cameras have historically been more prevalent in many other countries than in the US.  (remember the endless dash-cam footage of the Chelyabinsk meteor in 2013?) Recently, dash-cams are becoming more popular in the States, either to have as an archive in case of an accident or to record a drive you rather not have your insurance company know about. …

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Cobra drive HD Full HD Dash Cam (CDR 875 G) review

Dash cams are the type of gadget that once you setup, you hope you never need to use it. That’s because they are typically only used after you’ve had an accident or witnessed some other unusual event while driving. I like having a dash cam in my MINI Cooper because I never know when bigfoot …

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Cobra’s new dash cam might help you escape a speeding ticket

Dash cams are becoming a popular gadget for car owners. They tend to be a set and forget type of gadgets that you only need when something unusual or bad happens, like an accident. The new Cobra Electronics CDR875G Dash Cam has all the features that you’ve come to expect with a dash cam like …

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Swann adds two dash cams to their product line up

The other day someone asked me to name my favorite dash cam. I said that it’s currently the Magellan MiVue 658 HD dash cam because it has WiFi, GPS and a touchscreen. These are all features that are lacking on the majority of dash cams that are currently on the market. I then followed up …

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