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Mio MiVue 618 Full 1080P HD 2.7 " LCD GPS Car Dash Cam Camera, Accident Recorder
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- Extreme HD recording - 2304 x 1296 at 30 fps - with the latest H.264 technology for high quality videos at a smaller file size
- Safety camera warnings - free safety camera data with monthly updates for the lifetime of your device.|
- GPS tracking - automatically records your driving information, including speed, altitude, longitude, latitude and heading|
- Wide viewing angle - 140 wide-angle lens to capture every detail at critical moments|
- F1.8 lens - this results in brighter and clearer videos, even in low light conditions|
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Your personal eyewitness on the road, with integrated GPS and lifetime safety camera alerts. With the new, stylish and lightweight MiVue 618 you'll always have proof of what really happened on the road. For your convenience, the dash cam will start recording when you start your car. The Extreme HD 2304 pixel camera records your journey, functioning as your personal eyewitness on the road. So in case of an accident, you always have recordings of what happened. Of course, you can also use your dash cam simply when driving through beautiful, memorable scenery, so you can share your experiences with friends and family afterwards. And with the intuitive MiVue Manager desktop application, you can share your videos on Facebook and YouTube as well. The integrated GPS tracks your route, including speed, altitude longitude, latitude and heading, and thanks to the safety camera data with monthly updates for the lifetime of your device, youll always know where to drive extra carefully. The new MiVue 618 perfectly combines a dash cam with GPS tracking and safety camera data, which makes it the ideal solution for everyone who wants to feel safe while driving. Why use a dash cam? Proof in case of accidents Mio dash cams have the ability to record every vehicle journey including capturing the moment of an impact so can help provide proof before, during and after an accident. Protect yourself from fraudulent claims. Recorded proof from the dash cams can be used to help resolve accident liability claims, cash for crash claims as well as protect your No Claims Bonus Peace of mind when driving on the roads. Feeling and being safe on the road is paramount! So why not protect yourself against instances of road rage and become more aware of your own driving speed with the safety camera alerts. Technical Specifications Size (mm): 90.2 x 49 x 35.2 (mm) Weight: 131g; Display size: 2.7 inch (16:9cm); Recording Resolution: Full HD 2304 x 1296 at 30 fps; High quality glass lens: 5G+1 IR DSP chipset: AIT 8328/AR0330 Video format: .MOV (H.264)
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I bought this to upgrade a previous Mio camera that has been extremely reliable and I am now using again, but for whatever reason this newer version is faulty - not sure if there is some design fault or maybe there was just a bad batch.
Picture quality is excellent and the safety camera alerts are useful, albeit a bit out of date. Lack of adequate instructions meant it took me longer than it should to get set up!
The main downside for me was that it doesn't come with a usb cable. It takes mini usb, not the more popular micro usb, and with my first purchase rather than buying a cigarette adapter with several holes to accept the cigarette lighter lead, I purchased a double usb socket which goes into the cigarette lighter then you can plug two usb leads into it to charge. I find this is better than having a big cigarette lighter adapter but requires items to come with a usb lead! At £99, I really would expect Mio or the seller to send a usb cable especially when it's using old usb cables.
The only other downside is that the suction mount is a bit small which means you can't really stick it to the windscreen down near the dashboard because of the angle that it is at it would need to be positioned in the field of view. I've got mine down as far as it can go but it means that some of the dashboard is on the recording. This is ok as I have a 4x4 but for a smaller car or a car where the bonnet is a bit more domed it might be an issue. It does seem the device is designed to sit behind the rearview mirror but that means that you need to think about where to run the wires.
Other than that, the camera works exactly as the description, recording footage has been very clear and speed camera alerts are a great feature.