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5.0 out of 5 stars great product, 20 Mar. 2013
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This review is from: DB POWER Road Eye In-car 2.5" LCD HD DVR 1280*960 Digital Car Camera Recorder VIDEO CAMERA RECORDER Car Dash Camera Cam Recorder Black Box DVR support 32GB (Electronics)
well packaged and delivered within time frame , had a little play around and was easy to set up and use , went for a drive and then watched it back on laptop , I was impressed with this product and its better than I expected to be honest.

I have set mine to 15 min record and I am using a class 10- 32gb memory card..only thing im trying to work out is ....does it record in 15 min cycles then records over previous cycle or does it store the other cycles till memory card is full , and then records over other cycles,

so for example if I recorded a accident after 13 min use , will it get recorded over after 15 mins or will it start a new 15 min cycle , as if I record something I need to keep I will need to know whether I turn unit off to save the recording till I get home to download it
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Initial post: 30 Mar 2013 07:48:26 GMT
D. says:
My understanding, I have one myself, is that it fills up the card completely then starts to overwrite the oldest files first. However I flipped the screen open the other day when I got home to a message saying 'card full'. I think that once it's full it does not start to overwrite again in the same recording cycle until the next time it's powered up... So you could be driving thinking its recording but it's not!

In reply to an earlier post on 10 Apr 2013 22:45:34 BDT
Nozza says:
Any update on this? Would love a definitive answer. Thanks for the comment
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