Having your vehicle equipped with a dash camera allows you to be protected while driving your vehicle and while it's parked. Stay protected in sticky situations, such as fender benders to prove who's at fault or to catch the License Plate when someone backs into your car in a parking lot.
Video Proof (These Features Are Equipped on MOST Dash Cameras)
- Front or Front & Rear Protection
- Most Dash Cameras, such as the Momento MD-6200 come with a front and rear camera, meaning the driver will have evidence from both ends of the vehicle.
- High-Resolution 1080p Camera Lens
- Most newer Dash Cameras are equipped with a quality lens for HD footage (Day or Night), the Momento MD-6200 is equipped with a Sony STARVIS lens).
- G-Force Sensor
- Momento's MD-6200 is equipped with a G-Force sensor to pick up on harsh impact to the vehicle.
- Parking/Driving Mode
- High End Dash Cameras are usually equipped with two power cables. One powers the unit while the vehicle is on & the other receives constant power, for when the vehicle is parked/off.
- Mobile App Compatibility
- A lot of High End units come equipped with features that allow the user to connect straight to their phone, instead of having to remove the SD card to connect to a computer.
Adding a front and/or rear parking camera is an extreme convenience to the user, it allows you to gauge distance between your vehicle and outside objects with ease! No more worrying about whether you're about to back into a car or going to scrape your front bumper on those pesky curbs!
Blind Spot/Parking Sensors
Having your vehicle equipped with monitoring sensors allows the driver to operate more carefully. These systems are exceptionally useful in sticky situations, such as making a lane change in dense traffic or backing up while in a parking lot.