Over the last five years, there has been enormous innovation in the dual dash cam sector. In the past, good quality dual dash cameras would have set you back for quite a lot. But, these days even some of the cheaper dual dash cameras are on par with some of the branded ones.
Features such as video resolution, video quality, frame rates, memory capacity, and expandability are among the major characteristics judged for in gauging the overall scores for each camera. Additional features such as WiFi score additional brownie points. So, in no particular order, we present our list of best dual dash cams on the Malaysian market.
This is the second product from GOQ on our list. The D90 is unique as instead of the normal dual lens, this product offers 3 camera lenses for 3 views – front, rear, and interior. As with their other dash cams, GOQ’s D90 is chockfull of features such as HD recording, 170-degree angle wide view, and even a waterproof rear view camera.
What we love is the Picture-in-Picture display which allows simultaneous recording and viewing of all 3 camera feeds.
This is another China product that offers good value-for-money. Apart from the usual features what sets this dual dash cam aside from the others, is the dual Infra Red Sensors on the front and rear lens of both cameras.
This allows for clear recording of videos even in pitch black darkness which, coupled with the built-in motion detection, allows you to catch and record any untoward activity near your vehicle.
Simply on build quality, nothing can beat the Germans. Blaupunkt has long been a mainstay in car accessories known for their high-quality items. Their dual dash cam driving camera is no different and carries on the firm’s heritage of quality.
The usual features you would expect are all here – HD 1080P recording, 4-megapixel front and 2 megapixel rear cam, etc. Some extra features include a light reminder, driver fatigue alarms as well as motion detection. Once motion is detected, the camera begins recording, regardless of whether the engine is turned on or off.
The Phillips CVR300 takes things out of the box and captures both front and rear views via a clever camera rotation which saves space and cost. The images are captured in full-HD 1090P clarity even in low lighting conditions, at 30 frames per second.
Phillips’ smart compression technology also allows for longer high-quality recording in a smaller space. The seamless loop recording also means continuous captures even when memory is full.
China-made goods used to be written off as low quality. However, in recent years more and more items from China (especially in the tech department) are of surprisingly good quality and value-for-money.
The GOQ D208 is up there with the best, offering some of the leading features of a dual dash cam such as HD 1080p recording, 170-degree viewing angle, and a large 4.3-inch LCD display to name a few. All this at a fraction of the cost compared to established brands.
The iRoad V9 is one smart dash cam. It is one of the few intelligent dual dash cams on the market featuring Quad Core Cortex A31 Processors and automatic Wi-Fi Connectivity and smartphone synchronization. The cameras utilize the Sony Exmor CMOS sensor for higher quality and clarity of images and it also features a built-in GPS sensor.
The camera can record up to 24 hours of footage with the correct sized SD Card inserted. All the normal features plus more can be found in the V9 which makes it an excellent all-in-one purchase.
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