A sub-$200 front-and-rear dash cam that records 1080p both ways. Good overall video quality. Supports GPS, Wi-Fi, CPL, and basic non-buffered parking mode. Has some initial quirks that will hopefully be sorted out in the future.
If you’re looking for a Nextbase car camera and are hoping to compare their customer product ratings on Amazon, you’ll run into an issue: All of the user ratings are lumped together, and there’s no simple way to see which Nextbase model got how many reviews, and what average rating.
This article shows you an overview table of how each of the individual models rank in the customer reviews.
High quality video up to 1296p. Supports 2560x1080p wide screen. 16 Mbps bit rate and Ultra-High Dynamic Range (HDR) ensures great video quality at night as well as at day. Optional GPS tracker and CPL filter available separately. Uses capacitor instead of battery. Downside: Large size, not very discreet due to form factor.
An upgrade of the LK-7900 ACE, the Korean Lukas LK-7900 ARA has a couple of unique new features: an OBD-II interface, and up to 256GB memory support for over 48 hours of video recording. Also, the internal battery has been replaced by a capacitor. Of course it’s keeping the best features of its predecessor, like extreme temperature resistance and great video quality.
UPDATE: Most of the DOD cameras listed below have gone way out of date and aren’t easily available for sale any more. DOD’s latest dash cam is the LS460W and it sets a new standard as far as video quality and reliability are concerned. The DOD LS300W has without a doubt been one of the…