Differences Between a £100 and £300 Dash Cam
There are so many different features and capabilities of Dash Cams that it can make prices fluctuate.
The customer is always right and there is no point buying a real expensive camera if its doing the same job as a cheaper version.
All of our Thinkware Dash Cams come with alot of great standard features.
These include recording in stunning full 1080P HD resolution for the perfect quality image, a super capacitator and g shock sensor that ensures in the case of power loss or crash that your important recordings are saved securely.
They also all come with an upgradeable SD memory card and all recorded footage is viewable on your computer.
However there is many more complex features that alot of the lower priced dash cams don't have.
Things like super night vision designed to record in extreme low light enviroments, mobile app viewer where you can look back on footage instantly from your phone and also the driver alert systems.
These alerts can be from things like speed cameras in the area, if youre straying out of a lane or coming too close to a car infront of you.
These are very advanced features and these are what makes a dash cam more expensive.
But what is the difference between a £100 and £300 Dash Cam?
We've done up a table to explain all the key differences and capabilities along with fully fitted price. Just click enlarge image.