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Anker Roav 1080p DashCam Duo Dual Front & Interior Wide Angle Car Cameras EXPIRED

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AnkerDirect via Amazon has Anker Roav 1080p DashCam Duo Dual Front & Interior Wide Angle Car Cameras on sale for $73.09. Shipping is free.

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Key Features:
  • All-Around Coverage: A 155° wide-angle front camera and a 110° interior camera simultaneously capture the road ahead and your vehicle's interior in 1080p Full HD. Note: Mount in the upper mid-section of the windshield for maximum coverage.
  • Enhanced Night Vision: Dual 323 Sony sensors with world-class F 1.8 lenses and NightHawk Vision technology deliver razor-sharp night-time clarity.
  • Track Your Journey: Built-in GPS automatically records your driving route, location, and speed, ensuring you have all the information for every journey you take.
  • Parking Mode: DashCam Duo's parking mode keeps an eye on your vehicle 24 hours a day. If sudden movement is detected, the built-in gravity sensor activates the camera to record the situation. Note: This feature requires a hardwire kit (Not Included).
  • Emergency Recording: Automatically records 10 seconds before a collision and 20 seconds after so that you have access to the full story, no matter the situation. The recording is automatically locked to prevent it from being rewritten.
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Anker Roav Dual DashCam Duo, FHD 1080p Front and Interior Wide Angle Cameras, Dual Sony Sensors, GPS $73.90 Price Drop
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Good price for a camera with parking mode and IMX323 senors, although I wish instead of an interior cam, it had a camera for the back of the car.
Helpful when a cop Claims you're using your phone or not wearing your seatbelt. Can also show you're not at fault during an accident.
In the box, there was a card with support email to get the hardwire kit for free. I also asked for a suction cup mount and they sent that out for free as well. $15.99 + $5 value.

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Good price for a camera with parking mode and IMX323 senors, although I wish instead of an interior cam, it had a camera for the back of the car.
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Good price for a camera with parking mode and IMX323 senors, although I wish instead of an interior cam, it had a camera for the back of the car.
How does parking mode work unless you wire this to constant-on fuse, but then you run the risk of draining the battery.

I would very much prefer side facing cameras, or at least 2 wide angle cameras on either side facing inside so it can record sides of the vehicle a little bit. For rear, your best bet is to set up 2nd camera individually.

I am looking for a low-profile dashcam, I doubt this would be good with the way it mounts, and probably wire dangling from the side since you have space from glass to the dashcam and not mount-powered like Viofo cams.
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How does parking mode work unless you wire this to constant-on fuse, but then you run the risk of draining the battery.

I would very much prefer side facing cameras, or at least 2 wide angle cameras on either side facing inside so it can record sides of the vehicle a little bit. For rear, your best bet is to set up 2nd camera individually.

I am looking for a low-profile dashcam, I doubt this would be good with the way it mounts, and probably wire dangling from the side since you have space from glass to the dashcam and not mount-powered like Viofo cams.
You use the hardwire kit that connects on low energy through the odb port of your car.

Also price is $73.09 I think op mistyped
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You use the hardwire kit that connects on low energy through the odb port of your car.

Also price is $73.09 I think op mistyped
Does that work with other cams as well? I see there is hardwire kit with low voltage cut off but that connects to fuse box.
I was considering mirror tap for cleaner install but I think that gets complicated.
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How this one is compared to Vanture N2 Pro?
Looking to buy a cheaper one.for a.family member who needs inside recording for Uber/Lyft with night vision.
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Total Noob here..
How does this hook up to power? I assume you don't have a cord running down the windshield to the 12v supply?
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A lot of the hardwire kits have an inline device that senses the voltage and turns the device off if the battery drops below 12 volts. Here's an example.
https://www.amazon.com/Hardwire-D...5157931625
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Does that work with other cams as well? I see there is hardwire kit with low voltage cut off but that connects to fuse box.
I was considering mirror tap for cleaner install but I think that gets complicated.
I installed a dashcam in my girlfriends car this past weekend with a hardwire kit, wasn't too difficult actually. Just need to choose a kit that has the same USB port as the cam and same voltage output as well. You just go into your car manual to see what fuse is always on while the engine is off, sometimes accessory outlets are the ones that are always on. Make sure you get a hardwire kit that comes with a fuse adapter or as it's called "add a fuse" so you can use two fuses in one port.
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I installed a dashcam in my girlfriends car this past weekend with a hardwire kit, wasn't too difficult actually. Just need to choose a kit that has the same USB port as the cam and same voltage output as well. You just go into your car manual to see what fuse is always on while the engine is off, sometimes accessory outlets are the ones that are always on. Make sure you get a hardwire kit that comes with a fuse adapter or as it's called "add a fuse" so you can use two fuses in one port.
See that always on feature can drain the battery down. That's why there is that kill feature. 12 V/20 amps Solar Panel/Solar Controller for your dash and installed tiny 12V Rechargeable lithium Ion battery use on motor bikes. Your vehicle battery get trickle charge at the same time you keep the cam running off the 2nd battery.
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Adhesive mount.
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Cheaper than my web cam I just bought! Can you connect this to pc and use as web cam??
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Does anyone know if this would work with a battery pack. I'm thinking I could leave a battery pack connected to my car so it charges when I drive and then connected to the camera. Does anyone know if this would work? If not how long do you think a 10,000mah battery would last? Thanks to SD I have several laying around.
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