But Does It Blend? Most dash cameras stick with a traditional dark and rectangular design. FINEVu bucked the trend starting in late 2011 with the CR200HD. It was bright, barrel shaped and unlike anything else on the market.
A year and a half of continuous use. How has Pittasoft DR400G-HDII fared? Flawlessly…excluding reboots from a failed SD card. I noticed no decline in quality or performance since it was first opened. This was rather surprising given the issues with the original DR400G-HD.
The review you’ve been waiting for! DOD-Tech’s LS300 & LS330W. We look at every aspect of this camera including reliability, build quality, user friendliness and more. New for this review are the results from our thermal oven and resolution charts.
I had a chance to vist DOD-Tech Canada’s office in Markham, Ontario and I got my mitts on their latest 2013 spring cameras. We looked at four new cameras the (LS300W, LS430, TG300, VRH3) and one older model from 2011 (GSE580) which was the biggest surprise of my visit. For the above cameras they shared […]
So you’ve decided to buy a dash camera? Like many have found doing the research seems the epic quest as there are 100+ models, scattered reviews, with the majority of discussions in Taiwanese, Korean or Russian. We’ve written a concise and easy to understand guide on dash cameras to help you find a model that […]
Pittasoft DR400G-HDII Review – Progress Report I picked up the latest Blackvue DR400G-HDII which is the successor to the small, feature packed camera which suffered overheating issues.
We have plenty of action going on in the forums one member, spaceballsrules, posted a great review of a dual camera model.
Up for comparison are 5 popular models which are well known to anyone who has tried to purchase a dash camera. We’ll find out in this budget shootout if they provide value or if you are simply burning cash.
The Pittasoft Blackvue DR400G-HD car camera has finally arrived and it promises a stylish and compact design enabling you to record 1080p video while parked and on the go. Will Pittasoft deliver on it’s vision of “cutting-edge products” with this video recorder?