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YI Nightscape Dash Cam W/ 32 GB PNY SD Card $59.99

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YI Nightscape Dash Cam W/ 32 GB PNY SD Card $59.99

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Watch the road with this YI Technology Nightscape dash cam. The advanced camera has a 140-degree field of view to capture clear 1080p footage across multiple lanes in low-light conditions, and the included 32GB microSD card holds hours of recordings. This easy-to-install YI Technology Nightscape dash cam has a 2.4-inch display to view stored video.

Sleek design, smooth curves, and matte black textured finish
Create a stylish look.

1080p Full HD recording
Provides sharp high-definition footage at 60 fps.

140° viewing angle
Enables expansive shooting coverage with minimal edge-to-edge distortion.

Integrated 2.4" color LCD screen
Offers interactive interface and high clarity.

Build-in G-sensor
Supports emergency video file backup when an accident happens.

Sony STARVIS night vision
Reduces noise and enhances image quality in low-light conditions using the back-illuminated pixel technology.

Advanced driver assistance system
Monitors and alerts you of potential dangers.

Wi-Fi connectivity
Record, share, and back up recordings wirelessly on your mobile device with the YI Dash Cam app.

32GB microSD card included
Enables convenient and long-lasting operations.

Adhesive mount
Offers easy installation and removal in your vehicle.
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$59.49 @ Amazon when you clip 15% off coupon.
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$59.49 @ Amazon when you clip 15% off coupon.
Certainly the better return policy
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Certainly the better return policy
Not really. It's best to keep it even if defective or not as described. Dont know if Yi still claims "crystal clear" video but it's not. Like 720i webcam from 2005. Forget about low light or reading plates in bright sun light. Or any light. Lol

why thumbs down? read reviews, try, compare to other cams, return.
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$59.49 @ Amazon when you clip 15% off coupon.
Doesn't include the SD card.
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Not really. It's best to keep it even if defective or not as described. Dont know if Yi still claims "crystal clear" video but it's not. Like 720i webcam from 2005. Forget about low light or reading plates in bright sun light. Or any light. Lol
Why would I want to keep a defective dashcam? I am certainly going to return it for a refund or replacement and I would rather take advantage of Amazons return policy than Best Buys.
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Why would I want to keep a defective dashcam? I am certainly going to return it for a refund or replacement and I would rather take advantage of Amazons return policy than Best Buys.
Frankly, why would you buy this piece of crap in the first place?
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Frankly, why would you buy this piece of crap in the first place?
I didn't and dont plan to. My point was about Amazons return policy but some of you just dont seem to get it. Lol
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Pure junk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Wi2GDxdhTg
I absolutely did not get that inference from this test video clip. All that I can say is "Pure Junk" is the Reviewer and his wrong interpretational point.
Having said that, I don't own this dashcam so am not going to promote or discard it for someone else who is interested and might know better than me (Unlike those who just like to look cool here).
All I can say based on my experience on other Yi Cams, they have a very good WiFi technology. None has a good Parking mode (And this one no exception) and I don't consider G-sensor replacement for true parking mode. All my current Yi s are battery and this one is claimed to be a capacitor. But funny enough, when you get a device with a battery and review you it, the review should indicate its a con because of bleb bleb and this guy is using the same exact mentality to say Capacitor is bad or what is the intrinsic nature of the difference between any battery and capacitor. Get some knowledge and common sense man.
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Get some knowledge and common sense man.
I already did and have been using an Aukey Dr02d dual cam system for 1.5 years. Which is rock solid. And still under warranty.

This thing IS crap. Video is horrible. And, speaking of common sense... Roll Eyes (Sarcastic) laugh out loud
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Why would I want to keep a defective dashcam? I am certainly going to return it for a refund or replacement and I would rather take advantage of Amazons return policy than Best Buys.

It was a brand new item no reviews i know Yi makes other dash cams, i needed one, got tired of using phones. I read "crystal clear video in any conditions" "best in its class" etc so i bought one. Lane departure/adas didn't work at all. Video quality was terrible. I thought i got a defective cam. Replacement was exactly the same. Returned replacement. Long story short scumazon emailed me wanting to discuss my returns and something about their return policy. I told scumazon i understand bezos doesn't want me to return items but manufacturers and sellers don't need to overrate their items. If items don't function as advertised i'm not going to keep them. Simple. I reviewed and stated reasons for returns. But that's not enough for bezos. Scumazon kept replying. I also emailed Yi asking them what the deal was with false advertisement. They gave me some BS and never replied again. It was my first dash cam and i didn't know what to expect. Now i understand as long as it's 2mp sensor and low 15-20mbps bit rate, it's going to be shit. May as well get a $20-30 cam with a battery if capacitor is not needed. 30 or 60fps make zero difference for this cam. If they upped the bit rate to at least 30+, i'd be all over it.

I want to send some manufacturers a suggestion to clone Mobius Maxi. Mobius brand is dead. Maxi itself is extremely shit, but it's much better quality at 30 or 60fps because of higher bit rate. It's very discrete inside the car. Much better than what i have now or Yi cam.
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I absolutely did not get that inference from this test video clip. All that I can say is "Pure Junk" is the Reviewer and his wrong interpretational point.
Having said that, I don't own this dashcam so am not going to promote or discard it for someone else who is interested and might know better than me (Unlike those who just like to look cool here).
All I can say based on my experience on other Yi Cams, they have a very good WiFi technology. None has a good Parking mode (And this one no exception) and I don't consider G-sensor replacement for true parking mode. All my current Yi s are battery and this one is claimed to be a capacitor. But funny enough, when you get a device with a battery and review you it, the review should indicate its a con because of bleb bleb and this guy is using the same exact mentality to say Capacitor is bad or what is the intrinsic nature of the difference between any battery and capacitor. Get some knowledge and common sense man.
I owned/returned 2 bc first one video quality was bad i thought it was defective. For parking mode i plugged it into a 10,000 power bank. I think it lasted all night. Problem was video quality in any light conditions. Garbage. Lane departure/adas never worked right for anyone. If Yi advertised "average quality in its class...nothing amazing...forget ⁰etc" price it appropriately, then it woudln't be a problem. Instead what they did when it first came out they combined reviews and ratings with another popular yi cam. Then this cam disappeared and now it's back but $10 more. It's worth $20-30 if you dont care about video quality.
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I bought this one about a month ago and it's a TERRIBLE dash cam. Even if a car is directly in front of you, the license plate numbers won't be legible once you blow up the image on your computer screen. I had to return it since it ate my sd card as well to a "gap" in the sd card slot
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I already did and have been using an Aukey Dr02d dual cam system for 1.5 years. Which is rock solid. And still under warranty.

This thing IS crap. Video is horrible. And, speaking of common sense... Roll Eyes (Sarcastic) laugh out loud
With all respects and I was not even referring to you. It was about the person who made the YT camera review and unless you are him that I highly doubt (Your avatar looks a lot more handsome and wiser when compared to him, then no and please no hard feeling.
BTW your comment above is solid common sense when giving the good & needed info, clearly.
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