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VIOFO A119 1440P HD Dashcam with GPS Module - V2 Version - US$71.49 AU$98.80 Delivered @ Zapals (via Mobile App)

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Looks like a reasonable price for the capacitor version with GPS

With GST comes to AU$97.37
5-8 Business Days "Registered shipping" option is free.

VIOFO A119 V2 Version 1440P 160 Degree Wide Angle Car DVR With GPS-Black

Brand VIOFO
Model A119
Type Car Dash Cam
Chipset Novatek 96660
Sensor OV4689
Lens 6G F1.8, 160°FOV
Display 2 inch
Video Resolution 2560 x [email protected], 1920 x [email protected], 1920 x [email protected]
Video Format MP4
Microphone&Speaker Built-in
Sensor G-sensor, Motion Detection
GPS Logger Support
Wi-Fi No
Dash Cam Feature Loop Mode, Auto Start/Stop, Vehicle Identity Text
Video Out AV Out
Languages English/French/Portugal/Italian/Simplified Chinese/Traditional Chinese/Russian/Japanese/Deutsch/Espanol
Ports USB2.0, AV-Out, Micro SD Card Slot
Storage Support Up to 64GB Micro SD Card(not included)
Battery&Charging No battery, use capacitor, 5V, 1A
Product Weight 0.070 kg
Package Weight 0.500 kg
Product Size (L x W x H) 10.00 x 5.00 x 5.00 cm / 3.94 x 1.97 x 1.97 inches
Package Size (L x W x H) 21.00 x 15.00 x 12.00 cm / 8.27 x 5.91 x 4.72 inches
Package Contents 1 x GPS Mount, 1 x Dual USB Car Adapter, 1 x USB Cable, 5 x Clips, 1 x Mount Detaching String, 1 x User Manual

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  • +1

    This A119 V2 is probably one of the better single dashcams with a screen/gps, there's better ones out there if you're happy to go without, such as this deal that recently passed: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/420945
    Also of note is that it hasn't got that great night video recording capabilities, but is still more reliable than the Viofo model with better night video.

    I was looking for the A129 for myself, for the included rear dashcam.

    As per: https://dashcamtalk.com/best-dash-cams-of-2018/

    • I paid about $165 for a A129 a few weeks back when eBay had 15% off and I used eBay giftcards to pay that I got for 10% off. Not sure if that was a good price

  • +1

    Hasn’t this been cheaper for $65.99 from GeekBuying?

  • Anyone know how to wire this into the fuse box thing on a 1996 Ford?

    I hear they melt in the sun too,………………… is there some kind of fix? (You'd think a steel heat shield?)

    • best to google it, there's heaps of instructions out there on how to do it. In short you'll need a 12v to 5v step down and add a fuse or piggy back off a fuse that's on low load, i.e cig lighter.
      Mine hasn't melted as of yet, i have 2 on 2 different cars and both sit outside every day in the sun for the past 2 years and are working perfectly fine.

      • I guess the battery is a 12 isn't it?
        I saw a video but the guy was on a modern Subaru, so like…………… yeah I figure my car won't have a 5V step…. hope it's not too much.

        • Your car battery is a 12v yes but the dashcam is a 5v so yes you'll need some sort of step down DC converter link. They're pretty cheap on ebay, have a multi-meter ready so you can double check that it's converting it down to 5v properly. Or you can simply ask any sparky to do it for you if you don't feel like blowing things up and/or electrocuting yourself.

          • @bogak:

            yes you'll need some sort of step down DC converter

            Not needed, pretty every car has a 5v circuit.

            All you need to do is hookup to it via a fuse piggyback that you can bufor a couple of bucks.

            • @Scab: You ever pulled the plastic lining off the wall of the car to route the cable? I know fords are generally built poorly, but mine feels surprisingly strong and well built - concerned if I pull it all down, it'll never go back up the same up there.

    • Buy the viofo hardwire cable and crimp fuse taps onto the ends of the cable.

      2 different kinds of cable.

      1. Switchable power
        One wire goes to switchable 12v.

      2. Always on parking mode
        One goes to switchable 12v, one goes to constant.

      And for both you have a ground to attach to a body screw/bolt somewhere.

  • +1

    Take care, this is not the s version which has the sony sensor and performs a lot better specially at night.

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