Transcend 16 GB DrivePro 200 Car Video Recorder with Built-In Wi-Fi £69 (Prime member exclusive) @ Amazon Prime Exclusive - HotUKDeals
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Transcend 16 GB DrivePro 200 Car Video Recorder with Built-In Wi-Fi £69.00 (Prime member exclusive) @ Amazon Prime Exclusive

£69.00 @ Amazon
I've been watching this particular dash cam for a while, it been £79 for ages then dropped by £10 probably due to Black Friday, Halfords are price matching as well for £69. Just depends on what's the …
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2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago
I've been watching this particular dash cam for a while, it been £79 for ages then dropped by £10 probably due to Black Friday, Halfords are price matching as well for £69. Just depends on what's the best deal for you.

A must for anyone that drives for a living.

This is the version that allows you to upload your clips via wifi and an app on iOS or Google Play Store.

Transcend's DrivePro 200 Car Video Recorder features an advanced wide angle camera lens that captures crystal-clear Full HD video, helping you gather reliable evidence of on-road incidents.
Box Contains
DrivePro 200 CVR
Car Mounting Bracket
Car Adapter
16GB microSD Memory Card
Video Cable
Quick Start Guide
Warranty Card
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2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago
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1 Like #1
Don't know why this has gone cold... great dash cam and a good deal on it
2 Likes #2
Why cold?.. im a van driver and have used this to successfully prove 3 accidents in my favour. One was a bash for cash saying he had 3 passengers! .. better viewing angle then a nextbase and 1080!... heattttt
1 Like #3
Good price i think.
Camel agrees
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#4
The 32GB version with the battery (a huge improvement) is surely far more preferable to this model, given the smallish difference in price - probably why this is cold. HTH.
#5
Personally I really didn't think it was worth paying more for the 32gb v2. The dash cam I've posted does everything I wanted a dash cam to do. Records and the ability to upload via wifi.

I didn't have the need for an internal battery. Why you would need a 32gb is beyond me as 16gb is more than enough memory and with the ability to upload clips immediately via the app, no one person would need to keep more than 20 clips on a dash cam with the easy upload facility in my opinion.

The picture clarity on this cam is brilliantly clear day or night same as the v2.
#6
Huraqan
Personally I really didn't think it was worth paying more for the 32gb v2. The dash cam I've posted does everything I wanted a dash cam to do. Records and the ability to upload via wifi.
I didn't have the need for an internal battery. Why you would need a 32gb is beyond me as 16gb is more than enough memory and with the ability to upload clips immediately via the app, no one person would need to keep more than 20 clips on a dash cam with the easy upload facility in my opinion.
The picture clarity on this cam is brilliantly clear day or night same as the v2.
if you use your car every day it'll be fine, but if you leave it for three or four days the version without the battery forgets the time and starts back in 2013, so you need to reset it. If you don't reset it correctly it won't overwrite old recordings because they have a newer date - in other words it's a pain!
#7
Ok thanks I will keep an eye on that. Do you own a DrivePro 200 and experienced this yourself? I have a DrivePro100 and I've never had this problem, even after leaving the cam unused for a week or so.
#8
Ajibee
Huraqan
Personally I really didn't think it was worth paying more for the 32gb v2. The dash cam I've posted does everything I wanted a dash cam to do. Records and the ability to upload via wifi.
I didn't have the need for an internal battery. Why you would need a 32gb is beyond me as 16gb is more than enough memory and with the ability to upload clips immediately via the app, no one person would need to keep more than 20 clips on a dash cam with the easy upload facility in my opinion.
The picture clarity on this cam is brilliantly clear day or night same as the v2.
if you use your car every day it'll be fine, but if you leave it for three or four days the version without the battery forgets the time and starts back in 2013, so you need to reset it. If you don't reset it correctly it won't overwrite old recordings because they have a newer date - in other words it's a pain!
Ivr got the cam in question. When not in use for say few days mines reset the date n stuff but still carried on recording and overrighted as normal. I use a 32gb card on 720hd mode and I get a day and half recording. But I use it continiously recording even overnight.

Edited By: hiralv on Nov 26, 2016 08:59
#9
hiralv
Ajibee
Huraqan
Personally I really didn't think it was worth paying more for the 32gb v2. The dash cam I've posted does everything I wanted a dash cam to do. Records and the ability to upload via wifi.
I didn't have the need for an internal battery. Why you would need a 32gb is beyond me as 16gb is more than enough memory and with the ability to upload clips immediately via the app, no one person would need to keep more than 20 clips on a dash cam with the easy upload facility in my opinion.
The picture clarity on this cam is brilliantly clear day or night same as the v2.
if you use your car every day it'll be fine, but if you leave it for three or four days the version without the battery forgets the time and starts back in 2013, so you need to reset it. If you don't reset it correctly it won't overwrite old recordings because they have a newer date - in other words it's a pain!
Ivr got the cam in question. When not in use for say few days mines reset the date n stuff but still carried on recording and overrighted as normal. I use a 32gb card on 720hd mode and I get a day and half recording. But I use it continiously recording even overnight.


Thanks for that bit of info hiralv, it's good to know that it carries on recording even if the date/time is reset.
#10
Huraqan
hiralv
Ajibee
Huraqan
Personally I really didn't think it was worth paying more for the 32gb v2. The dash cam I've posted does everything I wanted a dash cam to do. Records and the ability to upload via wifi.
I didn't have the need for an internal battery. Why you would need a 32gb is beyond me as 16gb is more than enough memory and with the ability to upload clips immediately via the app, no one person would need to keep more than 20 clips on a dash cam with the easy upload facility in my opinion.
The picture clarity on this cam is brilliantly clear day or night same as the v2.
if you use your car every day it'll be fine, but if you leave it for three or four days the version without the battery forgets the time and starts back in 2013, so you need to reset it. If you don't reset it correctly it won't overwrite old recordings because they have a newer date - in other words it's a pain!
Ivr got the cam in question. When not in use for say few days mines reset the date n stuff but still carried on recording and overrighted as normal. I use a 32gb card on 720hd mode and I get a day and half recording. But I use it continiously recording even overnight.
Thanks for that bit of info hiralv, it's good to know that it carries on recording even if the date/time is reset.

When im off work for a week ive left it recording. After 4 days my vans battery would go flat and reset the camera date and time... however as soon as I jump the van the camera kicks backto life and starts recording again. When u look back at the files the date would just change but the files would still be there.

Just a note though the mount that comes with it is a sticky/permanent thing. You can get a sucktion mount from amazon
#11
My experience was that, say you have a card that is mostly full with files with the correct date, when the date and time settings are lost it will continually overwrite the blank space, and won't overwrite the 'newer' dated files - which might leave you with just a short amount of recording time if your card was nearly full.

Perhaps they have fixed this defect in later firmware - I don't know, but it is a serious flaw - far better to have it not forget the time in the first place - it is a pain to set it, and worse, if you don't, it will default after 30 seconds or so to the 2013 time.

I'd pay the extra for the battery version every time. The battery version also continues to record for 30 seconds after power loss, which might be useful in the event of an accident.
#12
Ajibee
My experience was that, say you have a card that is mostly full with files with the correct date, when the date and time settings are lost it will continually overwrite the blank space, and won't overwrite the 'newer' dated files - which might leave you with just a short amount of recording time if your card was nearly full.
Perhaps they have fixed this defect in later firmware - I don't know, but it is a serious flaw - far better to have it not forget the time in the first place - it is a pain to set it, and worse, if you don't, it will default after 30 seconds or so to the 2013 time.
I'd pay the extra for the battery version every time. The battery version also continues to record for 30 seconds after power loss, which might be useful in the event of an accident.
Deffinately must be a firmware fix as I updated mine about a year ago .
1 Like #13
Thanks for your input guys, it's very much appreciated

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