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Posted 7 August 2023

Goodyear Dual Lens Car Dash Cam with Front Rear Internal Camera HD Dashcam Sold By Think Price

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Key Features

- 1920 X 1080P True HD front camera @ 30 fps
- 1080 X 720P True HD internal / rear camera @ 25 fps
- 360 degree internal camera location to capture the perfect angle
- Compact design with large 3.2" HD screen
- 170 degrees wide angle lens
- Loop recording
- Gravity Sensor (allows you to record on impact only)
- Audio recording (can be turned off)
- Infrared night vision
- Park monitor (will start recording on impact when the car is parked)
- Motion detection (will start recording on motion)

Detailed Description

FHD 1080P Dual Lens Dash Cam: With a 3-inch LCD screen, the dual-lens dashcam simultaneously records front at 1920x1080P with 30fps and inside at 1080x720P with 25fps, which provides sharp high-quality videos/images and powerful evidence in case of an accident. Perfect for Uber/Taxi/Rideshare drivers or people who need to record both scenery and happy time with your families.

Excellent Night/Day Vision and HDR Technology: The interior facing camera with 4 infrared LED lights can handle low light conditions and ensure flawless video footage even when the passenger cabin is dark at night. Equipped with HDR technology, the front camera provides great exposure and dynamic range in low light conditions.

Compact Design and Wide-Angle Lens: A well-built compact body makes it ideal for discreet recording when you don't want individuals outside to notice your dash cam setup. The 170°wide angle front lens and 140°cabin lens capture the whole road in front of you from the edges of your windscreen and simultaneously record what is happening inside the cabin.

Loop Recording and G-sensor: Continuous loop recording will automatically overwrite the oldest footage, so you don't need to worry about your memory card running out of space. Combined with G-sensor (built-in acceleration collision sensor), the dash cam front and inside will lock the footage to prevent the video from being overwritten when it detects a sudden shake/collision, which can be used as evidence and insurance claims during car accidents.

Optional 32GB Memory Module
Please note, to purchase a Goodyear Compatible 32GB memory module please purchase it from our eBay shop using the link below and we will add it in the box of the Dash Cam when purchased together:

Optional Hard Wire Kit
If you want a hard-wire kit for your Goodyear Mirror Dash Cam for a permanent installation with no unsightly wires, then you may purchase the hardwire kit using the link below:
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  1. veralum's avatar
    Dash cams need a “high endurance” or similar micro sd card designed to be constantly over written or they fail
  2. freccle's avatar
    I've stopped using dash cams now. Three times my windows have been smashed for them. I wouldn't mind but they're cheap as chips these days!
    marc_handley's avatar
    They also eat SD cards on a regular basis too,I'm with you when this one goes ( which it will as it was a cheap Halfords one ) I won't bother again has I've had 3 or 4 myself,and you can bet you have a cam on the front and you'll get hit from the rear
  3. RedXI's avatar
    This dash cam has been posted so many times on HUKD but there is still no example footage on youtube.
  4. Superman_turbo_pro_3000's avatar
    Is the video produced clear enough to capture number plates? I looked at tons of YouTube dashcam video in 2022 and only a few produced video clear enough to capture number plates front and rear... None of which were this cheap.
  5. StevenMCR's avatar
    I have this exact cam but unbranded, they do it in about 25 different configurations, with WiFi, without, with GPS without, 480, 720, 1080, 2k, 110°, 140° 170° and various lens, and all different combos from the Chinese factory.

    I bought the 1080 one, but learned that if you have 2 cameras both cannot run 1080 at once, 1080 is the maximum, so you end up with front 720 and back 480.

    If you buy the model up with is 4k, you get 2k each way or 4k front only.

    This camera can just about read number plates with both cameras running, with a single front camera it can easily read them.

    If I bought the 2k version I'm pretty sure would have been able read them fine.

    Memory card wise I use Sandisk High Endurance 128gb cards and they have a 5 years warranty (the 256gb has 10 years she 64gb 3 years).

    I had the max endurance but they had half the warranty and literally lasted 6 months behind warranty.

    There are SanDisk High Endurance and Samsung Endurance Pro, both have the same warranty deal, 32gb 1 year, 64gb 2-3 years, 128gb 5 years, 256gb 10yr, they are approx based hours uses, see the small print.
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