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YI 2.7K Ultra Dash Cam with 2.7" LCD Screen, Dual-Core Processor, MEMS 3-axis G-Sensor, Voice Control and Night Vision for $89.99 + FS

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Yi Technology via Amazon [amazon.com] has YI 2.7K Ultra Dash Cam with 2.7" LCD Screen, Dual-Core Processor, MEMS 3-axis G-Sensor, Voice Control and Night Vision for $89.99 w/ code KKGNF2LD. Shipping is free.
  • 2.7K RESOLUTION: Loop recording 2.7K videos With a high efficient H.264 video encoding, up to 30/60 frames per second; 16GB SD card is included in this product to meet your daily needs.
  • WIDE-ANGLE LENS: 140° wide-angle (all-glass) lens comfortably covers three lanes to allow you to see more of the road with minimal lens distortion.
  • VOICE CONTROL: Voice Control lets you focus on the road ahead while sending simple voice commands to your YI Ultra Dash Camera.
  • LCD WIDESCREEN: 2.7" LCD widescreen features large buttons with an intuitive interface so you can comfortably preview the road ahead, and easily change settings.
  • SMART TECHNOLOGY: Includes a dual-core chip for better performance, high sensitivity light sensors for great night performance and 3-axis gravity sensor to store and lock emergency recordings. IN THE BOX: YI Ultra Dash Camera, Sandisk 16GB SD card, 3M sticky mount, suction cup mount, car power adapter, USB power cable, user manual
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Eh why doesn't Yi make these with capacitors.
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Eh why doesn't Yi make these with capacitors.
I have the same question. I just don't know what the advantage of a battery is. A capacitor can be used in all locations including hot climates but a battery can't.
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Had to enter my age to watch the video for the product. It said the video was not intended for all audiences. All it showed was installing the dash cam. Lol,
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I have the same question. I just don't know what the advantage of a battery is. A capacitor can be used in all locations including hot climates but a battery can't.
I guess so you can avoid a hardwire kit and still use parking mode? My car's cigarette port doesnt work when my car is off so I def need to hardwire for parking mode, which is a pain since my battery/fuse box is in the trunk and the hardwire kits arent long enough. I cant use a battery cam since I live in fla. so no parking mode for me right now.

Also, as far as the video age restriction, i guess dash cam play is someone's whiplr...
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I guess so you can avoid a hardwire kit and still use parking mode? My car's cigarette port doesnt work when my car is off so I def need to hardwire for parking mode, which is a pain since my battery/fuse box is in the trunk and the hardwire kits arent long enough. I cant use a battery cam since I live in fla. so no parking mode for me right now.
This is not correct. The battery is only there to save the last file when power is removed. The battery in a dash cam would only last a few minutes once power is removed.

Why don't you hardwire directly to the car battery with an inline fuse?
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This is not correct. The battery is only there to save the last file when power is removed. The battery in a dash cam would only last a few minutes once power is removed.

Why don't you hardwire directly to the car battery with an inline fuse?
the hardwire kits i've seen for my Viofo arent long enough to reach from my dash into my trunk where my fuse box/battery is. I've read that adding an extension is a pita. I'm sure I could pay a place to do this but blah
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the hardwire kits i've seen for my Viofo arent long enough to reach from my dash into my trunk where my fuse box/battery is. I've read that adding an extension is a pita. I'm sure I could pay a place to do this but blah
I see. I knew you said your fuse box was in the trunk but I didn't know your battery was too. I don't think adding an extension would be too hard because you would just run a longer wire from the kit to the camera USB cable.
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I see. I knew you said your fuse box was in the trunk but I didn't know your battery was too. I don't think adding an extension would be too hard because you would just run a longer wire from the kit to the camera USB cable.
When I looked into it I think the Viofo guy or OCD Tronic guy were saying that usb extensions are really flaky and its better to solder cables together. Something weird I cant do. It's my own fault for impulse buying a money pit of a car lol. If I ever need a new battery they run about 300 bucks because they are vented and have side posts. Thanks Dodge. I like my Hemi though but man it is going to suck if I ever have to work on this thing.
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Not sure what's up with the thumbs down, the specs seem way way better than most other dash cams for the same price.

the big-small cpu layout is interesting.. one a17 and an a7..

The only downside i can see is, this probably has the same OV4689 sensor as most other 2.7k cameras.

Which means very very good day vision, but night time, it's not as good as the sony exa sensors that are becoming more popular in the newer cameras.
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Does this camera have issues in the heat like the YI 2.7?

Also, do you guys take your cam down after driving or leave it up?
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Does this camera have issues in the heat like the YI 2.7?

Also, do you guys take your cam down after driving or leave it up?
It all depends on a neighborhood where you live in, generally I would not leave it inside hanging, but its a hassle too
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Code not work, expired probably
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