Reviewed By Gary B (Sarasota, FL) —4/23/2015 3:07 AM
Great camera, great price.
Reviewed By John C (Saint George, UT) Reviewed for a 2008 GMC Sierra —4/28/2014 8:14 AM
I bought this camera to assist in hitching up to my toys. Camera works good. Only complaint would be the deficiency of directions and options of powering the camera. I was hoping to power the camera by taping into the back up lights, but with the single cable of wires it was a little more than I wanted to tackle. I hooked the camera to my Edge CTS and installed a small switch for power. Works good and a lot less expensive than the EDGE Camera.
Reviewed By Karen A (BRANDON, MS) Reviewed for a 2009 Honda Ridgeline —4/2/2014 6:20 AM
My first experience with a dash cam - instructions are easy enough to understand, in fact, most of the settings right out of the box worked pretty well for me. Needed to reset the picture quality to a lower quality so as not to eat up so much memory, and reset the "loop" period from 2 min to 5 min. Good picture quality when played on computer or TV. All in all, I'm very pleased with it so far.
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