This popular deal is now back as a lightning deal, though $4 pricier.
- Dashcam + 64GB Card - $87.99 but you'd be better off buying the card separately from elsewhere
Key points taken from the previous deal, courtesy of neil:
- Nighttime video after it had just rained - Streamable - Mega (Download).
- Sunset video - Streamable - Mega (Download)
Using the Cam/App
You connect to the cam via Wi-Fi which has the default password of 1234567890. May be worth changing if you don't want to risk others connecting to your cam. You can also turn the wi-fi off permanently by holding down the cam's button. The app itself lets you choose a bunch of options such as stopping the voice notifications. Blinking green light means recording, solid green means on but not recording and I'm guessing different lights for wi-fi off.
So if you see something interesting on the road, you press the button on the side of the camera. By default, the camera records in 1 minute increments. I've changed mine to 3 but I'm not sure that's really useful. In the app, there is a list of videos on the cam called normal which is the loop of videos and Emergency Video which are the videos it takes when you press the button.
The camera comes with a mounting kit. Basically a bunch of 3M double sided stickers with plastic things you can loop the wire in. So you stick them out of sight at the edge of your windshield.
- 1080p resolution at 30fps with a bit rate of 12Mbps.
- Sony IMX323 sensor.
- Novatek GM8135S processor
- No screen or GPS (settings adjusted with app).
- Uses capacitors instead of Lithium Ion batteries making it better for hot climates (hello Australian summer). Works up to 70c.
- Need to settle a road argument? Connect to the wi-fi and you can play the videos in seconds on your phone.
- Parking Mode (Triggered by G-sensor. When an impact is detected by the G-sensor, the camera starts video recording 30 seconds automatically. The hardwire kit needed for Parking Mode is not included in standard package, buyer needs to buy it separately. ($27.98 at the same store)
- Use this as a rear camera. You can power it with a powerbank so you don't need to hardwire. You can power the cam with a USB cable (and power source).
Update: Deal has now been 100% claimed, join the waitlist.