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DDPai Mini3 1600P WIFI Car Dash Cam $82.44 or DDPai Mini 2P $50 + FS - Lightning Deal

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This is back on a Lightning deal for lowest price ever. I got it 3 weeks ago for $88.

1600P Car Dash Cam, DDPai Mini3 Built-in 32G Car Recorder, WIFI, 4-Lane Wide Angle with F1.8 Aperture, WDR HD Night Vision, Loop Recording, G-Sensor.

Uses a super capacitor instead of a battery. Temperature range is -22 to 176 F.

Normally $139.99 but now a lightning deal for $90.44 - $8 clipped coupon = $82.44 (41% off). Shipping is free.

https://www.amazon.com/Built-Reco...078N51Q8Y/

Deal ends in 5 hours and 30 minutes with only 1% claimed so far.

They also have the Mini 2P for $55 on lightning deal plus $5 off with clipped coupon = $50 + free shipping.
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High price and no supercap. Consider
https://dashcamtalk.com/blueskysea-b1w/
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Why no love ? This dash cam seems quit good in term of specs vs price . Someone can elaborate why a $50/$90 capacitor hi resolution dash cam is not good.
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High price and no supercap. Consider
https://dashcamtalk.com/blueskysea-b1w/
It does have a super cap and its 1600P Wifi for $82. Stop lying.

The one in your link is 1080P vs 1600P and has poor audio plus needs a micro SD card.
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Why no love ? This dash cam seems quit good in term of specs vs price . Someone can elaborate why a $50/$90 capacitor hi resolution dash cam is not good.
That's what I can't figure out. Discreet design, capacitor instead of a battery, operating temp to 176 degrees F, Wi Fi, 1600P.

i saw the review on Dash Cam Talk and was waiting for the $139.99 price to come down, When it went to $88 on a lighting deal with $8 off coupon I bought it,
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That's what I can't figure out. Discreet design, capacitor instead of a battery, operating temp to 176 degrees F, Wi Fi, 1600P.

i saw the review on Dash Cam Talk and was waiting for the $139.99 price to come down, When it went to $88 on a lighting deal with $8 off coupon I bought it,
Probably it is due to brand recognition(sold in US market recently). I did a research a while ago for dash cam. Ddpai is quite well known in Asian and Europe. Based on the reviews from YouTube and other sources, I go for a mini3, maybe should have gotten the mini2p because of the lower price. They are pretty much identical in 1080p recording, which is what I need.
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Probably it is due to brand recognition(sold in US market recently). I did a research a while ago for dash cam. Ddpai is quite well known in Asian and Europe. Based on the reviews from YouTube and other sources, I go for a mini3, maybe should have gotten the mini2p because of the lower price. They are pretty much identical in 1080p recording, which is what I need.
I have seen some complaints on the Mini 2P. I think you will be happy with the Mini-3.
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I have seen some complaints on the Mini 2P. I think you will be happy with the Mini-3.
From what I read, mini2p may have some problems on crash SD card over time, only for certain brand or low end SD cards. If I get a Samsung evo or sandisk endurance series card , it should be fine. Mini3 has latest hardware and built in Emmc . I am a bit too lazy to shop around , so go for the latest and higher price. I certainly expect an good outcome even for a $83 dashcam. Lol
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It is a joke dashcam at the price without GPS built in...
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Thanks OP. Couple of questions:

1. Can you spin the camera around while recording to get a view inside the car or out the back window?

2. While hard wired, it says the parking mode takes one frame per second. Is that constant or when activated by shock? Does it turn off after time or based on battery draw?
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Thanks OP. Couple of questions:

1. Can you spin the camera around while recording to get a view inside the car or out the back window?

2. While hard wired, it says the parking mode takes one frame per second. Is that constant or when activated by shock? Does it turn off after time or based on battery draw?
1. Yes you can spin the camera around while recording and get a view inside car or out the back window. The image automatically flips right side up and it works well.

2, You need their special $35 cable (Requires DDPai Hard Wire Kit (ASIN:B079KZ4DH3), sold separately) to hard wire it for the parking mode to work. The time lapse is constant. The cable shuts off the camera based on battery voltage. You can set it for 12.4, 12, or 11.8 volts.

https://www.amazon.com/ddpai-Supp...079KZ4DH3/

From the videos I have seen I wouldn't get this if you need parking mode. People can walk by your car and damage it and you won't see it or see a blur of a person. I'd get one that triggers on impact.

Requires DDPai Hard Wire Kit (ASIN:B079KZ4DH3), sold separately
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It is a joke dashcam at the price without GPS built in...
All GPS does is show you were partially at fault for going over the speed limit.

A $140 1600P capacitor dash cam with an operating temperature of 176 degrees F and built in 32 GB memory so no issues with memory card failure as well as a sleek discreet design on sale for $82 and you say it is a joke?
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I like the design, and the built in memory is a plus although 32gb is a bit small. Not sure how easy it is to remove the unit if you need to connect to your computer to download video files. I never have patience to muck around with the wifi on my dashcam. Also I'm not familiar with the 05A10 sensor...anyone know how that compares to Sony sensors?
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From what I read, mini2p may have some problems on crash SD card over time, only for certain brand or low end SD cards. If I get a Samsung evo or sandisk endurance series card , it should be fine. Mini3 has latest hardware and built in Emmc . I am a bit too lazy to shop around , so go for the latest and higher price. I certainly expect an good outcome even for a $83 dashcam. Lol
For my previous dash cam I bought a TRANSCEND 32GB High Endurance Microsd Card for $30, which is 2.5 times the price of a Samsung EVO but didn't want to be kicking myself after being cited and responsible for thousands of dollars in fines or damage for an accident that wasn't my fault because I was too cheap and wanted to save $20.

The best dash cam is worthless if the memory card goes bad when you need it the most.
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All GPS does is show you were partially at fault for going over the speed limit.

A $140 1600P capacitor dash cam with an operating temperature of 176 degrees F and built in 32 GB memory so no issues with memory card failure as well as a sleek discreet design on sale for $82 and you say it is a joke?
GPS does much more than your think.
it records when and where things happen.
it automatically sets up your time and zone .
it labels everything with accurate location, speed , direction and timing,
the dashcam's purpose is to record where/when/what happens ...without GPS it almost is useless
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