Top 10 Best HD DVR Dash Cam, and why you might want one

If there’s one reason to have the Best HD DVR Dash Cam you can get your hot hands on, it’s to capture the everyday absurdities of life. Look at our Russian brothers and sisters. There’s practically an entire genre of Youtube videos out there now because of the Russian’s heavy use of Dash cams.

 

Some of the more boring reasons to have a dash cam include things like having a record of an accident, getting out of tickets, avoiding insurance fraud from others. Sadly, no insurance discounts are available.  It’s the sort of thing that you’re only glad you have when you need it.

So, don’t let the insane, wide world pass you by while you motor. Here is a list of the best examples of a HD DVR Dash Cam that I could find.

The Best examples of a HD DVR Dash Cam

 

This mid-range unit comes in at $90. An important feature is to make sure you capture accidents and not hours of boring video footage where nothing happens. The G-sensor monitors for vibrations from either shaking while parked or accidents in motion. The field of vision is wide, including being able to see adjacent lanes of traffic.

The best Dash cam as voted in by Wirecutter Magazine. The Z-Edge features a very crisp and clear CMOS sensor — that means you can clearly pick up on license plates. Unlike the AusDom, this unit doesn’t automatically stay on unless you leave it plugged in with the cigarette lighter adapter. Finally, we can get a good range of bright and darks, so you don’t miss a thing.

A refreshing design compared to the rest of the lot. The body of the camera fits more into the contours of the windshield. This makes it sleek, and discreet. Who knows how people react during an accident unless you record them! The Lecmal also features high resolution 1080p at 30 frames per second or 720p at 60 frames per second. Also includes night vision!

12 Mega pixels, 1080p at 30 frames per second. This means you get 4.7 hours for the 32 GB card. So many acronyms and letters! Trust me, these letters and numbers add up to a good story. The one thing that stands out about this unit is that it is tiny! It’s just 3 inches across and is just so small. That means discretion which is something we want in a camera.

Do you want to throw discretion out the window? Then get this giant, honking gleaming silver unit. It’s also more affordably priced and features many of the same features mentioned. However, keep in mind that this unit doesn’t have any directions included in the box. If you are tech-savy and don’t need no stinking manuals, then get this one. Otherwise, look at the rest of the units we review here.

This reasonably priced HD DVR Dash Cam has one special feature about it. Well, more like 3. First, It replaces the mirror you have already by covering it up. It doesn’t replace the mirror, rather the entire units clamps on to the existing mirror. It’s helpful to have a preview but it’s right on the mirror. The cable that leads from the unit to the outlet is almost 11 feet long. That’s long. It also features an interior facing camera. Did I mention that? There are two cameras, one interior and one exterior facing. There is a night vision and speaker/microphones for recording late-night hijinks while you take road trips.

A fairly standard mid-level offering for a dash cam. Nothing really stands out about this unit other than that you can set the resolution from 1.3 Megapixels to 12 Megapixels.

This is the most affordable unit. It’s bare-bones for most features. It does have good resolution and night vision. Most users talk about a solidly built camera but that’s all you get. No g-shock sensors and it runs when the car does.  Still for $25, it’s hard to beat.

Another entry from the sci-fi look. If you want distinct looking, this is it! It also features WIFI interfaces for your tablet or smart phone. With this, you can download videos directly without having to swap out a sd card. That feature alone makes it worth while!

Good, solid mid-range unit for under $60. You get night vision, you get super compact size, and wide dynamic range lens. You also get a 3 year warranty, which is quite a long time!