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Garmin Dash Cam 65, 1080p 2.0" LCD Screen, Extremely Small GPS-enabled Dash Camera, Extra Wide 180-Degree Field of View, Voice Control, Loop Recording, G-Sensor and Driver Alerts, Includes Memory Card
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- 180-degree field of view captures more of the environment, including cross traffic
- High-quality 2.1 Megapixel Camera with 1080P video capture; works even in low-light conditions
- Forward collision and lane departure warnings¹ Plus alerts for nearby Red light cameras and speed cameras
- Gps-enabled with automatic incident detection (G-Sensor) saves video footage on impact to Show when and where events happened
- Voice command allows you to start/stop recording, take a still picture or start/stop the Travel apse video capture feature
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Compact, Discreet GPS-enabled Dash Cam with an Extra-wide View 180-degree field of view captures more of the environment, including cross traffic High-quality 2.1 megapixel camera with 1080p video capture - works even in low-light conditions Forward collision and lane departure warnings plus alerts for nearby red light cameras and speed cameras GPS-enabled with automatic incident detection (G-sensor) saves video footage on impact to show when and where events happen Voice command allows you to start/stop audio recording, take a still picture or start/stop the Travelapse video capture feature Control It with Your Voice Command dash cam with your voice, and keep your hands on the wheel. Say "OK, Garmin" to save video, take a pic, start/stop audio recording and start/stop the Travelapse feature Captures More of the Scene on Video Dash Cam 65W is an easy-to-use high-definition driving recorder with 2.0-inch LCD display. With a 180-degree field of view, it captures more of the environment, including cross traffic, and includes GPS for detailed time and location data, pinpointing exactly where and when events occurred. Rely on your Dash Cam 65W to capture excellent video detail in both bright and low-light conditions. Mount the camera to your windshield, and record your drive in 1080p. Dash Cam records in a continuous loop, using the included replaceable microSD card. To add more memory, add a larger microSD card (accepts up to 64 GB, Class 10). Play back the footage right on the...
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Garmin has all but ignored my emails about their faulty product. Unless you want to be manually turning on this thing every few feet, I would avoid. The USB-Micro attachment point on the camera isn't quite up to the task of a few weeks of vibrations.
Someone said that theirs came with 4Gb Micro Sd card, both of mine came with 8Gb cards. I might upgrade, but i haven't decided yet. You only really need it to record an "incident" and some buffer room to get by. I took it out today on the interstate today, and it did what they claimed it would do. It warned me that the car that merged in front of me was too close. There is construction going on. so the lines and lanes shift in a few places in odd ways. This caused the lane departure warnings to kick in. It works, but it may not be super sensitive or it might be right on and not bug you when you change lanes on purpose. I was 2nd at a light near my home when the light changed. 1st car went and wasn't too far away, the "GO" feature kicked in. Rockin" out to Music Unlimited, navigating to and fro, and getting real-time "crazy driver" alerts, What more could a boy want ?! I'm at 4.5 stars now. If they tweak it in the right direction. I'll give it 5 in the future. There also was an update to the Speak software today. Now it is V. 5.30 !
My phone was paired with my car long before I bought a Speak and I figured out its easier to set it up without the car. It was like the car would grab the Bluetooth from the phone and the Speak wouldn't connect to set it up. I used a power adapter and a usb cord and powered it up in the house. The speak and the phone hooked right up. Just answer the questions and if your phone makes the sounds, your good to go. If you leave it plugged in and leave the phone connected, it will do the updating in 30 minutes or less. You can check the firmware version by holding both buttons until the display changes, let go and it will scroll the info screens. Push the bottom button to return to normal.
My wife and Alexa have been "carpooling" for over a week now and they haven't had any "fights". I ask her everyday if she's had any issues and so far she is happy. After her first trip with the Speak, the first comment she made about Alexa, was that she was kinda a backseat driver. The lane keeping assist and collision avoidance systems were working. I also discovered that the "GO" feature works at the drive-thru. I pulled the memory card and reviewed some of the video. It looked good and it picks up voices in the car very well. The 8Gb card held about 90 minutes of video. I upgraded the card to a 64Gb to give me close to 12 hours of video. There has been another Speak update, it's at v5.40 and there has also been an app update as well. Overall, we are both happy with the Speak Plus and enjoy the infotainment it brings to our cars. 4.75 Stars
This is the best Garmin dash cam so far. When operated in the “1080p, 30fps, HDR” mode, the scenery ahead no longer goes white when driving through a dark underpass, as it did with the Gamin 20 and 35. The voice control works well, even when spoken at conversational levels and not looking at the camera. I really like to be able to take a picture without reaching for a button on the camera. The camera is so small that it is completely hidden from me by my rearview mirror.
The time-lapse video feature is pretty cool. And audio recording feature has returned after an absence on the Garmin 35.
I don’t consider the Forward Collision Warning System or the Lane Departure Warning System a nuisance. They make you think about your driving a bit more. Anyway, you can turn them off.
I have not experienced any overheating problems with the camera, even though I have parked with the camera in the direct sun light on hot days. I have the screen brightness set at 60% but I can’t say if that has had any effect on the temperature of the camera. It does get warm. Directing air conditioning partially toward the windshield might help, if there is a problem.
The small size does make the camera less noticeable to someone passing by. I installed a circularly polarized lens on my camera which had the salutary effect of covering that gold band on the camera lens. The polarized lens reduces windshield/dashboard glare on bright days and especially when traveling toward the sun. See attached photo.
The magnetic mount is very convenient. I am sure it will be more reliable than suction cups when the weather turns cold. I am also sure the camera is going to go flying in an accident, but at least it will show all the facts and circumstances up to the impact. I had rigged up a magnetic mount using four super magnets for my Gamin 35 and it flew off when I slammed on the brakes to avoid a car that pulled out in front of me.
My one gripe is the 1 minute video clip length. I would rather it be 3 or 5 minutes. The Garmin software chokes up when trying to splice together hundreds of clips from a long car trip.
This is the best of four dash cams that I have. (20, 35 and KDlinks X1)
I will report back if there are any overheating problems.