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TOPIC: New Dash Cam Review

New Dash Cam Review 10 months 3 weeks ago #1238

A couple of weeks ago, I bought a new dash cam & promised that I'd comment once I used it & figured it out.

I bought this Rexing V1

So far, its been just what it says. Its been good & works well for me, for placement & recording options.

The picture posted here shows where I posted mine in a 2014 Freightliner. Its just above the door on the flat area for the raised roof.
While it looks bulky & noticeable from this view, its really not.
The way its shown is right side up. Just FYI, you can not use it upside down or the video will be up side down. If you have video editing software that will rotate the video right side up, you can set the camera in the slot in the arm rest for that angle. But this really works pretty well above. I use a 32 GB mini card & it will record about 5+ hours.
The thing I like about this is, it has one touch button for stopping & starting recording so I dont have to record a bunch of dead time with no traffic. When I see a car approaching, I just touch the button. I think this will work great for ladies or couples flashing.
Its time & date stamped so if you know you seen something worth saving, just note the time & look for that file appropriately time stamped. I think its one of the easiest for mounting where ever you need it mounted for your specific situation.

It uses a "stick-on" mount that the camera easily slides on & off of, yet is extremely stable & I dont have ANY shaking or jarring around.

If you're a trucker or a flasher, I really like this camera. I think it will work great for either scenario.

I'll try to answer any questions yall have.

The following user(s) said Thank You: Driftin Ghost, cbama, Petercar

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