2.4 Inch TFT LED Portable Camera DVR Night Vision Recorder £6.92 Delivered @ Tomtop
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2.4 Inch TFT LED Portable Camera DVR Night Vision Recorder £6.92 Delivered @ Tomtop

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Found 26th Sep 2017
This looks like an OK little camera for the money. Includes a suction cup mount and car charger to get you going right away. Supports TF cards up to 32GB and records video at 720p.

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This 2.4 inch car DVR features its 720P high resolution and 120 degrees wide angle lens characteristics. Also, it can be rotated and adjusted to a perfect angle for recording. With IR night vision function, so it also can clearly record road condition when driving at night. Buy one to have a new driving experience.

Features:
2.4 inch high resolution TFT LED screen.
720P high resolution video recording.
120 degrees super wide angle lens.
Advanced and intelligent anti-shake technology.
Rotatable and adjustable to a perfect angle for recording.
Charging and video recording can be done at the same time.
IR night vision function, clearly recording road condition.
Support TF memory card, up to 32GB.
Seamless cycled recording function.
AV/OUT function.
Automatically turn on to record.
Delay power off function.

Specification:
Color: Black and silver
Display: 2.4 inch
Video recording resolution: 720P
Memory card: TF card up to 32GB
Data transmission interface: USB2.0
Shooting degree: 120 degree
Transmission rate: 2.0
Pixel: 1 Mega pixel
Data storage time: Automatic cycled recording
Video format: AVI. 640 * 480 30fps
Photo format: JPEG
Installation site: Windshield
Item size: 8.8 * 5.3 * 1.6cm / 3.46 * 2.09 * 0.63in
Item weight: 80g / 2.82oz
Package size: 9 * 4 * 2cm / 3.54 * 1.57 * 0.79in
Package weight: 150g / 5.29oz

Package list:
1 * Car DVR
1 * Car charger
1 * Suction cup mount
1 * User manual
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6 Comments
IR night vision through glass? Hmmm....
Hmmm, the point of these are something that reliably works when you have a car accident (or witness something hilarious on the road that'll end up on YouTube) - I think something so cheap may be a cost cutting exercise too far when you really need to rely on it after some scamster reverses into you for a scam insurance claim and your recording shows either a lego block video or nothing at all.

Of course it's possible this is a great reliable thing... but I doubt it.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 26th Sep 2017
my dad bought 2 of these, they are shocking and not even worth using for free they are so bad.
Sorry, too much negative feedback on here. If someone can post acceptable quality day and night video examples shot by this camera, I'll eat humble pie. Otherwise I have to vote cold. Sometimes it's not worth saving a few pounds to buy tat like this that will work so poorly it ends up in the bin.
Ordered one last time it was on offer. Waited about 9 days and checked on their site to see when it was arriving, still wont be in for another 10 days. Cancelled the order. Take a look on that well known auction site, there are Go Pro copys there at around £12.
Nearly all negative comments and still it’s 255 degrees hot. Go figure...

Not sure how these things are even deals anymore. There seems to be a hot one at this price every other day. Surely that means that’s just the regular price of then... and by the comments, you get what you pay for
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