Best Dash Cam UBER, Lyft Drivers

Best Dash Cam UBER, Lyft Drivers

Vantrue N2 Pro Dual Dash Cam Dual 1920x1080P Front and Rear Dash Cam (2.5K Single Front Recording) 1.5″ 310° Wide Angle Car Dashboard Camera w/Infrared Night Vision, Sony Exmor Sensor, Parking Mode

The review of the Vantrue N2 Pro Dash Camera with dual cameras.




Mandatory for safe secure driving and about the best you can buy today

n2 pro dash cam VanTrue N2 is my fourth dash cam and finally I found a one that I can stick to. Camera does not look or feels cheap. It is a solid camera. This is not the cheapest camera on the market but I’m sure well worth the money I spent if there’s any accident or you want to prove that you were not distracted using your cell phone. This is the camera you need if you do ride-sharing services. Camera comes with quick setup guide, manual and warranty cards.

All others I had was just front camera dash cams. This one is unique and comes with two cameras. Front camera is full 1080p and back camera is 720p. Front camera lens is 170° wide and rear camera has 140° lens and it’s capable of recording whole cars inside including driver and front passenger. Back camera is rotatable to get the proper angle. I added couple of pictures to show you how it rotates.

Camera is small enough to install in the front windshield without getting too much attention from thieves. Also I like the complete matte black color. I have other dash cam’s that has silver shinning ring around the lens and that tells outsiders that I have a camera inside. I would blackout white lettering in the front if it draws attention. I wish they had a rear view mirror mount.

Power adapter and cable comes with it is long enough (11½ ft. long) to run through headliner and A-Pillar to hide and bring it to cigarette lighter. Either you can use camera body’s mini USB port or the mini USB port on suction cup to power this up. I use SanDisk 64GB class 10 card in the camera. Camera will not see your 64GB card until you format it in the camera or format to FAT32 on a computer and put it in.

Camera’s loop recording intervals are 1, 3, 5, or 10 minutes. Or else you can turn the loop recording off and get a one long video clip. I might do that one of these days to see the outcome. Camera has mini HDMI out and AV out but I have not tested them yet. G-sensor works great and lock the video clip if there is an accident and then file moves to “EVENT” folder.

Now I know this is a solid camera so I would go ahead and get a hardwire kit and GPS mount to go with it.

 

 

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