A dash cam is one of those purchases that you hope you never have to use, but can prove invaluable if you ever need it. These compact digital cameras typically sit on your car’s windshield, not the dashboard, where they discretely record a video loop of the road in front of you as you drive. Having this video documentation could mean the difference between proving your innocence or accepting fault in the event of an accident, saving you money on repairs and insurance premiums.
Along with getting smaller and more feature-rich, dash cameras have also gotten a lot cheaper and – when you consider the money they can save on vehicle repairs and increased premiums. insurance – they pay for themselves after just one blow of the mudguard. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be looking to save a few extra bucks, which is why we’ve rounded up this year’s best dash cam deals for. Make sure to check for updates to new Prime Day offers as they go live the next day.
Ranging from the compact and inexpensive N1 Pro Mini to the S1 offering up to 4K resolution, Vantrue is listing several dash camera offerings this Prime Day. At the top of the line is the Vantrue N4, a three-channel camera system that simultaneously records video from lenses in the front and rear of the car, as well as directed video to the cab interior – perfect for Uber and Lyft drivers.
A streamlined version of the A129 Duo kits that were previously on this list, the A129 Pro only uses one forward-looking camera. Fortunately, it also has a high-resolution 4K sensor and a built-in GPS receiver that stores speed, time stamp, and location data to accompany its captured images.
There are other tri-camera systems on this list, but none are as affordable as the IIWEY 3 Channel Dash Cam. Its three cameras have 1080p sensors, but the inward-facing camera also has infrared lighting, improving vision during the day – when car cabins are often shaded by the roof – and at night.
With three cameras – 1440p in the front, 1080p in the rear, and a 1080p night vision cab camera – the Viofo A139 camera system is a great choice for service drivers and taxis. It’s a bit more expensive than most of these dash cam deals, but remember you get three cameras for the dough.
At around $ 25, the Byakov Dash Cam is by far the cheapest camera featured at the Prime Day event, but it doesn’t skimp on the basics – packing a 1080p sensor with decent light sensitivity, a lens of 170 degree which offers a wide angle view of the road and a G-force sensor which, when triggered, automatically records a video clip of the event.
This camera has a strange design, with two rotating lenses. One has a 4K sensor, the other has 1080p. The advantage is that it allows you to monitor both the road and the interior of the vehicle and choose the one that is recorded at the highest resolution.
A fairly basic 1080p camera with a 170 degree lens, the Chortau Dash Cam’s strongest feature is its price. At just over $ 45 after you apply the coupon on the page, that leaves plenty of room in the budget for a quality microSD card – which you’ll need to provide for most of the cameras on this list – and, if you wish. , a hard drive -cabling kit that allows it to operate even when the vehicle is parked.
The Azdome dash cam is integrated with an 11.8-inch screen that snaps onto your car’s rearview mirror. The kit also includes a remote camera which captures a feed from the rear of the car which can, at the push of a button, also be displayed when reversing. When not in use, the screen becomes an optical mirror again.
A more standard design than its sibling above, Toguard 4K Dash Cam captures video at – you guessed it – 4K resolution. So you should have no problem reading the license plates and panels in its clips. The price also leaves room in the budget for a large microSD card. With so many pixels, you will need one.
The Viofo A129 includes two cameras, a 1080p front windshield camera and a second 1080p remote camera mounted at the rear of the vehicle. The kit also includes a built-in GPS receiver that stores speed, time stamp and location data to accompany synchronized footage from the two cameras.