Top 10 Best Rated Dash Cams 2019

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We have reviewed the best dash cams for 2019 after thorough research and scrutiny by top reviewers. It features the features, benefits and also those what we think should have been better.

This list is not arranged in any particular order.

1. Garmin Dash Cam 55

One of Garmin’s best dash cams, it has a great design and it is also compact.  It also comes with great footage and also has a GPS and a smartphone integration with the Garmin Virb app.

This cam is also slick and can be tagged as an action camera with these features/specifications:

  • Camera: 1440p
  • Screen: 2.0-inch
  • a small 3M magnet mount
  • LCD GPS: Yes
  • An 8GB microSD card
  • Price: $189

Pros:

  • It is easy to operate
  • It is well designed
  • It is an action cam-like design
  • It also has voice control
  • Recording in 1440p

Cons:

  • A complex menu
  • A touchscreen would have been good

2. NextBase 612GW

This is one NextBase best dash cam in the market and it comes with a great build with aluminum replacing the plastic.

Apart from driving towards the sun which might not produce the best images, the 612GW offers great pictures in other conditions.

These are some of its features:

  • Wi-Fi and GPS
  • 4K Ultra HD Resolution
  • Seven-element lens
  • Sony Exmor R sensor
  • Polarising lens
  • A suction magnetic
  • Camera: 150° FOV
  • Screen: 3.0-inch
  • LCD GPS: Yes
  • Price: $ 249. 95

Pros:

  • Its images are excellent
  • The features are useful features, no gimmicks

Cons:

  • It has a large and chunky design
  • The app is poor

3. Thinkware F800 PRO

Although this dash cam might have a low profile unlike others in the category, it offers excellent images. This dash cam also has a Cloud service functionality as other features/specifications as seen below:

  • GPS tracking
  • Lifetime safety camera and speed alerts
  • A built-in Wi-Fi
  • Time Lapse Mode
  • A Cloud service
  • Camera: 1080p
  • Full HDScreen: No
  • ScreenGPS: Yes
  • Price: $409. 99

Pros:

  • It’s a non-intrusive design
  • A parking and night mode
  • The cloud features are interesting

Cons:

  • There are app and connectivity issues

4. Mio Mivue C330

It is a cheap dash cam and produces excellent images. It films in 1080p at 30 frames per second.  The dash cam has these features listed below:

  • A safety camera warning
  • A built-in GPS tracking
  • Camera: 1080p
  • Full HD Screen: No
  • Screen GPS: Yes
  • Price: $ 114. 99

Pros:

  • It is affordable
  • It can easily fit in since it is small
  • There are many features

Cons:

  • It has a large mount
  • It is not the best at night

5. Philips ADR81BLX1 ADR 810

With a clean screen and ability to produce some nice images, this dash cam is another product from Philips.

These are some of its features:

  • A Driver Fatigue Warning
  • Camera: 156° FOV
  • 1080pScreen: 2.7-inch
  • LCDGPS: No
  • Price: $175.50 to $248.00

Pros:

  • The image quality is great in low
  • It has a sticky secure mount

Cons:

  • It has no internal battery
  • There are few features

6. Proofcam RAC 05

This is one of the dash cam in this list and matches most of the features of the Garmin Dash Cam 55. The video viewing on this dash camera is excellent and some of the features/specifications are as follows:

  • A 8GB microSD
  • GPS tracking
  • A lifetime safety camera
  • A speed alerts
  • A forward collision
  • A lane departure warning
  • Camera: 150° FOV
  • Super HD 1296pScreen: 2.7-inch
  • LCD TFTGPS: Yes
  • Price: $249. 99

Pros:

  • Excellent design
  • Simple to operate
  • Lifetime speed camera warnings

Cons:

  • The battery life is nothing to write home about
  • The safety features are not excellent

7. Mio Mivue 688

This is great and neat device with a dinky body and has a 2.7-inch screen on it. The Mio MiVue has no Wi-Fi and thus cannot connect to your phone. This dash cam is best if you are a tech fan.

These are its features and specifications:

  • Sony optic sensor
  • GPS tracking
  • Lifetime speed limit notifications
  • Footage is captured in Full HD at 30fps
  • A button/touch screen
  • A 3-axis G-sensor
  • Camera: 140º
  • Full HD Screen: 2.7-inch touchscreen
  • GPS: Yes
  • Price: $55

Pros:

  • It is small
  • It also has a Sony Image Sensor

Cons:

  • This dash cam is pretty expensive
  • It does not have the most secure mount

8. NextBase 112

It is arguably the smallest as well as the cheapest among the dash cams reviewed here. There is also a mic and a battery that can last for about 30 minutes of post-smash recording.  The 120-degree camera with smart brushed-metal detailing has these features of the Nextbase 112:

  • A 32GB SD card
  • A mic
  • A two-inch screen
  • Camera: 120° FOV
  • 720p HD screen: 2.0-inch
  • LCD GPS: Yes
  • Price: $91

Pros:

  • It is small
  • It is also cheap

Cons:

  • The screen is fiddly screen
  • It is not the cheapest

9. Garmin DriveAssist 51 LMT-S

The five-inch screen allows you check the position of the camera and the dash cam has a 4GB card to record onto. This dash cam has a great footage quality and can be saved in one-minute chunks.

These are its features and specifications below:

  • A Bluetooth
  • Driver-assistance features like lane-departure and forward-collision warnings
  • Go Alert
  • Camera: Unknown
  • Screen: 5.0-inch
  • LCD GPS: Yes
  • Price: $124. 95

Pros:

  • It has a big screen
  • There is a Sat nav

Cons:

  • The driver alerts can be annoying
  • The bulky nature might be a big turn-off for some people

10. Snooper DVR-4HD

This camera records automatically as well as on a loop. It can also overwrite earlier footage once the 16GB memory cards are filled.  Compared with the uniqueness, the Snooper DVR-4HD is a good fit for the price that it is sold at.

These are the features/specifications:

  • Forward-collision alerts
  • Lane-departure warnings
  • A 140-degree lens
  • 2MP camera
  • 1080P HD
  • Time, date, speed and GPS coordinates.
  • A 2.7-inch touchscreen,
  • A clear sound
  • Wi-Fi connectivity and a free app
  • Camera: 120° FOV
  • 1080p
  • HD Screen: 3.0-inch
  • LCD
  • GPS: Yes
  • Price: $ 19 99

Pros:

  • The in-built speed camera detectors
  • A great recording quality

Cons:

  • The plastic design
  • A narrow FOV

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