TRANSCEND DrivePro 220 Dash Cam £69.99- Black @ Currys
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TRANSCEND DrivePro 220 Dash Cam £69.99- Black @ Currys

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Found 29th Mar 2017
was looking for a dash cam for a while this was £99 previously now seems to gone down again and alternative to the transcend 200.
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got this excellent price,
Good price. Hope yours last longer than mine have.
The 520 is available for the same price as well, but only in-store. I think I've managed to find one, will collect later.
sergiup

The 520 is available for the same price as well, but only in-store. I … The 520 is available for the same price as well, but only in-store. I think I've managed to find one, will collect later.


ordered one too, but its for inside only, don't think it can see from rear?
Would someone please tell me which memory card, 64gb or over would work in this. Preferably one that doesn't cost as much as the camera itself. That standard 32gb doesn't hold that much. Many thanks
zerowing

ordered one too, but its for inside only, don't think it can see from … ordered one too, but its for inside only, don't think it can see from rear?



It has two sensors/cameras in the same body; so in theory it's more of a taxi-cam where it will record the road in front and the people inside the car. However since it's the same price as the 220, I figured I might as well.

I'm actually thinking of using it at the rear of the car since I already have a far more subtle Mini 0826 style camera already at the front.
Edited by: "sergiup" 29th Mar 2017
wadz03

Would someone please tell me which memory card, 64gb or over would work … Would someone please tell me which memory card, 64gb or over would work in this. Preferably one that doesn't cost as much as the camera itself. That standard 32gb doesn't hold that much. Many thanks



​64 is the biggest it takes.
Had this for a while. Works well. Note that this version comes with a self adhesive mount. Worth getting a sucker version for about £7 which can be removed. Also note it comes with a 16gb card, not 32gb as in the description. I have a 64gb card, which is the biggest it will take. Gives about 9 hours recording. Extra features such as lane departure, crash detection, vehicle too close simply don't work. Recommend disabling these.
Wadadli_Cooler

Had this for a while. Works well. Note that this version comes with a … Had this for a while. Works well. Note that this version comes with a self adhesive mount. Worth getting a sucker version for about £7 which can be removed. Also note it comes with a 16gb card, not 32gb as in the description. I have a 64gb card, which is the biggest it will take. Gives about 9 hours recording. Extra features such as lane departure, crash detection, vehicle too close simply don't work. Recommend disabling these.



​What card are you using?
I'm swaying between this and the 520.

I like the idea of the dual cam, but the 220 appears to have a lot of extra features such as a collision warning system and recording when someone is close to your parked card. Not sure how these features work in practice though.
MA3STRO

I'm swaying between this and the 520.I like the idea of the dual cam, but … I'm swaying between this and the 520.I like the idea of the dual cam, but the 220 appears to have a lot of extra features such as a collision warning system and recording when someone is close to your parked card. Not sure how these features work in practice though.


They are actually annoying so I switched them off.
rhinopaul

They are actually annoying so I switched them off.



Do you think the 520 is a better buy due to the dual cams?
MA3STRO

Do you think the 520 is a better buy due to the dual cams?


I cant recommend the 220 any more as Ive had 2 faulty units in 18 months, I wont bother getting a 3rd , just a refund.
If I had to choose, Id go for the 520 at that price.
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