Aukey ds1 1080p Dashcam - £33.99 with £8 off promo - Sold by yueying and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Aukey ds1 1080p Dashcam - £33.99 with £8 off promo - Sold by yueying and Fulfilled by Amazon

£33.99£49.9932%Amazon Deals
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Found 17th Dec 2017
Reduced down to 41.99 on amazon + another £8 off voucher on the amazon page under promotions.

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Well rated little camera.
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It's OK, but the Yi is better (I have both).
GapsOfTheGod17th Dec 2017

It's OK, but the Yi is better (I have both).


Would you mind stating how/why please? Thanks
I find the picture quality better, addition of WiFi is more convenient and the unit starts recording much sooner after start up than the Aukey. The Yi is also cheaper (at least was a day or two ago).
Edited by: "GapsOfTheGod" 17th Dec 2017
It’s actually a very good deal. It was hot on HUKD a few months ago at around £40! Heat added
Edited by: "Alandure" 17th Dec 2017
YouAreInBits16 m ago

Does it have night vision?

Someone already answered for this, if you please look at question section of Yi dashcam Link

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Edited by: "aaqeel" 17th Dec 2017
I've had one of these in our second car for a couple of months. Last week it recorded a pedestrian bouncing off the bonnet quite nicely. However, being able to pick-out the number plates of oncoming traffic is not really possible (despite stepping frame-by-frame in VLC Player). Fast motion causes the picture to blur. Also, looking at stuff away from the boresight of the lens causes the picture to blur (common with a cheap lens).

The menu system is nice and is all in easy to understand English. Cigarette lighter charger has a spare USB port, which is a nice touch. I'd say it is worth the £30 to £40 price tag.
Edited by: "nickbooth" 18th Dec 2017
nickbooth13 m ago

I've had one of these in our second car for a couple of months. Last week …I've had one of these in our second car for a couple of months. Last week it recorded a pedestrian bouncing of the bonnet quite nicely. However, being able to pick-out the number plates of oncoming traffic is not really possible (despite stepping frame-by-frame in VLC Player). Fast motion causes the picture to blur. Also, looking at stuff away from the boresight of the lens causes the picture to blur (common with a cheap lens).The menu system is nice and is all in easy to understand English. Cigarette lighter charger has a spare USB port, which is a nice touch. I'd say it is worth the £30 to £40 price tag.


Hope you collected your points
GapsOfTheGod17th Dec 2017

It's OK, but the Yi is better (I have both).


Is that the Geordie version?
Do people generally leave these in the car at all times? Looks tempting to a would be thief....
I've got a dashcam installed in the rear now. Had a guy bash me from behind and then drove off before I could get his details! If we had the CCTV we could have gone to the police with it.
nickbooth2 h, 21 m ago

I've had one of these in our second car for a couple of months. Last week …I've had one of these in our second car for a couple of months. Last week it recorded a pedestrian bouncing of the bonnet quite nicely. However, being able to pick-out the number plates of oncoming traffic is not really possible (despite stepping frame-by-frame in VLC Player). Fast motion causes the picture to blur. Also, looking at stuff away from the boresight of the lens causes the picture to blur (common with a cheap lens).The menu system is nice and is all in easy to understand English. Cigarette lighter charger has a spare USB port, which is a nice touch. I'd say it is worth the £30 to £40 price tag.


I'd say you haven't set it up right if you can't read number plates of oncoming cars, I've had this dash cam in my van for months now and when I play footage on my laptop I can see any oncoming number plate easy.
At night however is another thing, general footage clear, but light reflections make number plates hard to read.
Bought one of these when on offer and it's excellent. Great quality recording day and night
Got one already and it switches itself off at night when you drive on the dark road. It goes on when there are lights ahead. Just something to bear in mind. Other than that decent.
Bought one a few months back and refunded it. It worked OK for about 2 days until I realized it was missing random parts of journeys I've made. Sometimes losing me 5-10mins of video. Also when the camera reaches it's file time limit it can take 10 seconds for it to start recording again. In comparison, the Yi dashcam only takes 1/2 second between starting a new clip.

It's also only 1080p@30fps - which I've found is only good for reading car plates directly in front of you. And as for night time driving, I would say this is completely useless, even with all the settings changed accordingly.
Edited by: "B1000" 17th Dec 2017
The YI is £29 quid delivered at the moment on amazon.
leedale3011 h, 40 m ago

The YI is £29 quid delivered at the moment on amazon.



£36 on Amazon now. was £29
coventry19667 m ago

£36 on Amazon now. was £29


There is a 6 pound voucher that you click on under the description

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Edited by: "leedale30" 18th Dec 2017
leedale309 m ago

There is a 6 pound voucher that you click on under the description[Image]



OK mate will give it a go cheers
leedale3052 m ago

There is a 6 pound voucher that you click on under the description[Image]



Ordered
RandAlThor17th Dec

Got one already and it switches itself off at night when you drive on the …Got one already and it switches itself off at night when you drive on the dark road. It goes on when there are lights ahead. Just something to bear in mind. Other than that decent.



You've got it set up wrong for your use, put it on constant record, you have it on motion detect,
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