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Vantrue T2 Super Capacitor Dash Cam Review

As with so many things, dash cams have become heavily integrated into smartphones. That’s great if you carry your phone with you every moment of the day, if it’s always around when you need it. It’s great if you don’t mind spending your phone’s battery, and it’s great if you don’t end up having your phone out at the wrong time and end up with …

In-Depth Review of the Thinkware F200 Dash Cam

Dash cams can be effective tools for safety, exploration, and inside the court of law. With so many options on the market, it’s not hard to find a dash cam that’s made fairly specific to your needs. But there’s a huge variety of mediocre dash cams out there as well. And the way they end up failing you isn’t always obvious from the outside, like …

In Depth Review of the Wisenet SmartCam N2

Facial recognition software used to be pretty bad. But over the past decade, the technology has blossomed into something that may soon become standard on all nearly variety of cameras and security cameras. Ordinary security cams have their merits, and even simple household cameras can do a lot for helping you keep tabs on your loved ones. But cameras are getting smarter. And cameras with …

In-Depth Review of the Thinkware F70 Full 1080p Dash Cam

Dash cams can help you record every detail of an accident. Insurance can be expensive, and not every driver on the road is a good Samaritan. For anyone who spends more than a few minutes inside their car each day, dash cams make sense to have. Taxi drivers, police officers, and similar professions widely make use of them. Whether you’re thinking practically or you’re just …

QooCam Review: World’s First interchangeable 4K 360° & 3D Camera

When we were kids, our fathers never had to go to the gym. All of our portable electronics (and we use the term portable very hesitantly) were heavy enough to transform our dads into hulking, memory-documenting, car phone-wielding musclemen. If you were born any later than 1997, you’ll never understand the struggle of lugging around a 15 lb. camcorder. If you’ve ever seen a behind-the-scene …