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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Can't be more happier.

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    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

    Finally a dashcam that satisfied me. Excellent video quality. Great performance and very reliable. I had to return other 2 dashcams and got this one on my third try. Finally a must have dashcam :)

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great device love it!!

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    Finally got one and it works great... everything I expected and more... yes it doesn’t come with memory card but so what there I had planty of them at home!!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, Features, Set up
    Cons mentioned:
    Instructions, Software

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Great hardware, but software is problematic

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    I love my new dashcam; the resolution is fantastic, great views from front and rear and the installation was easy. But I wish the software was better. More on that in a moment, though. I've had two cams before this, but they were front view only and I never really "installed" them so much as just plugged them in and left the wire dangling. Given that this had a separate rear camera unit, I knew I wasn't going to get away with that and while waiting for the camera to ship I dreaded the installation and routing wires. But I didn't need to worry; the unit came with a really useful tool and plenty of cable. Rexing really stepped up by providing this tool with the cam and it worked wonders. I was able to hide every bit of my cable behind the trim and liner without having to unscrew or remove anything and the results look almost professionally done! The unit itself is pretty straightforward in its operation and the keys/menus are logically designed. Although it took a few drives with the manual in the car to get used to everything, the learning curve was pretty shallow and there are lots of nice features and a good allowance for customization. The way I mounted mine, next to the rearview, the main camera is still within reach to control or save a clip but completely out of my peripheral vision so as not to be a distraction. Same for the rear; it's small and unobtrusive and there's a thoughtfully small LED indicator that let's you know the camera is up but doesn't distract when you're looking out the rear view mirror. A lot of thought went into the design of the hardware and Rexing is certainly deserving of praise for this. I wish that BB would allow me to upload a video because the quality of both cams is fantastic! Day, night, direct sun, overcast and cloudy... it just shines and is better than any other dashcam I have owned previously. So why four stars instead of five? Well, it's the software. Firstly, there's confusion over which software to use - the manual mentions one, their website another. The problem is that neither one of them would connect with my phones! It's important to note that the Wifi AP when activated connected with my phone just fine - according to the Wifi screen on my phones. But neither piece of software seems to recognize that the OS says it's connected. I tried an Nexus 6p, which is about as plain vanilla an Android phone as you can get as well as an older Samsung S7 but while both instantly connected to the WiFi on the cam in the Wifi screens, the Rexing software and the TimaCam software never completed the connection. I was finally able to connect with an old Lenovo A10 tablet and at that point was able to view and download videos. But I don't take the tablet in the car with me so the only time I can use it is when I am home. This renders one of their best features - Wifi access - almost useless for me. That's a bit of an issue because if I want to show a clip to the police, my choices are limited to either handing over SD card (and who knows what else might be on there!) or having to go home and bring the tablet to the station. It's also an issue because the software is also your only way to update the firmware. Hopefully they will get these connection issues fixed soon. But otherwise, this is an exemplary dashcam with all the features and coverage you could ask for. And the imagery is incredible. Also loved the GPS feature; there is a special player you can download to view clips on your PC and it plays back with the GPS mapping in real time. Just wish I didn't have to jump through so many hoops to download the clips in the first place! I'd still recommend it highly, but with the warning that there may be issues with particular phones connecting properly.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, Set up
    Cons mentioned:
    Instructions

    Rated 2 out of 5 stars

    Really expected better

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    I hate to start a review on a bad note, but please read beyond the first paragraph, so let me give a few nice points about the Rexing V1P Pro first. It has a front and rear camera that records individual time stamped HD (1080p) video with audio and includes GPS data in the file. WIth the very generic JMS DVR GPS Player on the PC, downloaded from their site, you can actually see the video beside a map of either Google Map, Baidu map or openstreetmap. As the video plays, it tracks it on the map with speed, Lat/Lon, date/time and a speed curve. Since this data is stored in the MP4 file, it can easily be shared with anyone that may want all of that information. The wide angle lense is decent enough to catch everything in front of it, claims it is 170 degrees. However, it seems to be a bit less than that as I feel it is more than 10 degrees to see full left/right of it’s view. It also has WiFi built in, but more on that for the rest of the review. For most products, I can pick them up and run with them without giving much thought to the user manual. However, when I opened this one and noticed the 3M sticky pads, I figured I better learn this product before I screw it up and can’t move it. With a few grammatical errors and typos in the manual, it made me check the origin and as expected, made in China. No problem, as so many items are made there, just makes a little more sense for the errors. Anyways, I follow the directions for installing the cameras, which are very basic and has all of 2 lines about the rear camera. The rear camera has no real instructions, but rotates on its mount 180 degrees, one would assume that it can install in any direction at that point. The issue is that my truck has a sliding glass window and to install it I need the USB cable to run away from the window, see picture. What I then find out is it does not flip. What I managed to miss was the one line under Display Control “On the rear camera, you can toggle the built-in switch to horizontally flip the rear camera image.” Which talks about the LCD Display, not under the “Mount the rear camera” section. This is a mirror flip, lef/t right, not any other direction. So, now all of my rear videos are upside down and it doesn’t come with any replacement pads. So, take this as a heads up, if you get this, install the rear camera with the logo right side up. The power cable is a standard 12v cigarette lighter adapter with a 12ft cord and a 20ft USB cable for the rear camera. More than enough cable to reach around most vehicles. They also include some wire clips, but the majority of it will require tucking in the headboard or somewhere if you want a clean looking install. With install out of the way, inserting the SD card and formatting is fairly simple. However, the menu system is super clunky. The Rec/Mic buttons have left right arrows, but for the menu it is up down. For some menus, the screen shows “OK” on the right side, above the M button, but the OK button is on the left side. Another thing is that you can set the date/time, but that means nothing to it as it will take a GPS time, not from your time zone by default, unless you go further into the menu and set your timezone. Why not put that right next to or above date/time because I have lots of video that is now way out of time before I realized that. The OK really got me when i hooked it via USB to a PC and you have to hit OK, on the other side, to make it a Mass Storage device, or else it will boot up into the regular recording mode in a few seconds. Mentioned a couple times in the manual and on the box is the Rexing Connect app. With WiFi enabled on the dash cam, you can directly connect to it from your device. I was able to get mine to connect and I could start/stop recording and watch live video. However, the main reason I wanted the app is to access the videos from the device from anywhere and that is the one function that would not work for me. I contacted support through their site with no reply over a week, I contacted them again and the reply I received was literally the line from the manual on how to connect to WiFI, which isn’t the problem. I replied to that email and still no reply. Reviews on the app show that I’m not the only one with an issue. As for quality, it claims that with the main camera it can record up to 2160p (2880x2160) when the rear camera is not connected. However, I didn’t notice much a difference between that and the 1080p (1920x1080) settings, even on a 4K monitor. Both resolution settings were grainy and a bit blurry, however, the file size was more than double for the same loop length. It’s not bad for just needing to see a scene, but your not going to catch plate numbers if moving. Being that the cameras are attached to a fixed mounting bracket, some windshields may be at a bad angle for catching reflections. The camera is adjustable in the main device, but since the housing angle is fixed, much of my daytime video was even more muddled by the reflection of my dashboard in the windshield. Now, I want to say this will capture those moments that you most need it, that even with the bad user interface and expected higher quality that it could save those moments. However, today I discovered that it wasn’t recording during part of my trip, no idea why. Also, the user manual says the locked videos will be in \CARDV\MOVIE\RO, but my manually locked videos weren’t, but amongst the many other files, which will be found by date once the non-locked files are overwritten.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Video quality
    Cons mentioned:
    Instructions

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    BIG unit provides HQ dual-cam video w/few issues

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    PROs: - Sharp (though admittedly tiny) LCD display provides real-time picture-in-picture view of front and rear cams with the ability to switch between views on the fly - Rexing Connect app and built-in WiFi allows a smartphone to be used as a live monitor, control device settings, and even serve as a simple viewer/editor for videos and pictures without having to remove the SD card from the unit - Onboard GPS sensor (no external puck needed!) provides time, location/speed data for tagging videos and images; you can further customize the display overlay to include your license plate if you wish - JMS video player (download from Rexing's website) allows simplistic video playback/snipping along with display of sync'd GPS time, map, and speed sensor data for each clip or image - Very clear/clean video regardless of operational mode--dual 1080p/30fps recording with rear camera in operation and up to 2160p/24fps with front cam alone; audio pickup was sensitive enough to make out conversations in back seat over the radio - Included manual claims max microSD card capacity is 128GB though the website and my experience indicate that a 256GB microSD will also work just fine - Box includes a VERY secure mounting system for the main unit (slide-click tabs), a pry tool for headliner/body panels, and a connecting cable long enough to reach most installation locations for the rear camera - The loop recording mode is greatly appreciated as I don't have to manually sift through useless video files--the camera will record over the oldest unlocked video file if my SD card runs out of room--and the adjustable gravity/impact setting will lock a video against being overwritten if a collision is detected CONs: - There are no two ways around it--the front camera unit is BIG. Yeah, it's got the camera, screen, controls, and GPS hardware built-in, but you have to mount it near the headliner in order to use the downward sloping/facing screen and still have convenient access to the controls...it doesn’t take up a huge amount of real estate in my field of view relatively speaking, but it’s definitely noticeable. What’s more, it’s deep enough that it may impact how far forward you can angle your sun visor - You've got to be 100% certain you're all in for a dash-cam--a neat/secure installation will require 3M adhesive patches on the windshield and some deft cable routing underneath the headliner (or around the floorboards, or both) to get the dual cameras powered without long wires dangling in your field of view. At the very least, you can't set this camera up on a suction mount near your dash to see if you like it first given the orientation of the controls/screen...it has to be installed HIGH on the windshield - Unless you opt for the $10 hard wire kit, you will eat a cigarette lighter/12V socket with the power adapter for this unit--there is no onboard battery (Rexing claims it's for the supercapacitor to provide stable power in extreme temps) or pass-through 12V power adapter. If you normally run a GPS or other 12V item in your vehicle (USB charger, perhaps?), you'll need to figure out another way to power one unit or the other (or get a splitter) - The rear camera swivels almost fully around forward to back so there shouldn't be many situations where it can't be mounted on a rear windshield. But do be aware that the switch on the back unit only changes horizontal orientation; it doesn't flip it vertically as some have complained (note that the manual never claimed the switch was for vertical picture flip in the first place--see page 28). Bottom line—you need to audition the setup on the dash-cam's display BEFORE pulling the plastic off the cam's adhesive backing and sticking it to your rear window because you won’t be able to correct a flipped image in software/via settings - You can get used to it relatively quickly, but the user interface could use a little TLC. The two center buttons (Rec and Mic) have horizontal arrows on them to make it easy to scroll left to right through recorded videos/images. However, LCD screen navigation uses those buttons as up/down arrows, but also mixes the hard button icons with the navigation directionals on the screen in such close proximity that you eventually have all the arrows sitting right on top of each other—but all menu navigation on screen are vertically oriented. It's a little thing, but why not make the menu navigation match the printing that's already on the illuminated buttons so you don't have to put any prompts on the screen at all? -- What's worse is that a large 'OK' image on the screen is placed right above the physical Menu button, and what looks like a menu icon is located to the far left over the physical 'OK' button. Here's the rub--if you press the physical button under the screen image of the OK function, you actually exit out of the menu entirely rather than just selecting the highlighted option on the screen (the “OK”), but if you press the button that the LCD display indicates is the Menu//back button, you actually change your selection on the menu rather than go back one level or exit the menu system entirely - Sigh…another app that requires an account creation/log-in to reach full functionality. Fortunately, this seems to only effect you can still browse videos/images and adjust unit settings without having to create an account if you wish…that, at least, is a welcome relief from so many other apps that require you to surrender all your personal details before you can even start activating "standard" features that are supposed to be available right out of the box Summary review: This is a full-featured dual-cam setup that provides excellent quality video and enough hardware in the box to get you going in both forward and rear-facing setups. Yeah, video quality takes a bit of a hit up front if you run in dual-cam mode, but I'm not sure who really needs 4K video in a dash-cam setup anyway (maybe I'm not really the target demographic for this device). Installation takes a bit of time and [probably] know-how, or even a professional, if you want it to look good/neat...this isn't a dash-cam that actually sits on your dash so you need to be patient and deliberate about camera placement on the windshield and routing the power and connecting cables above and below your line of sight. I'm not sure how hard a pass-thru 12V power adapter would be but it would have been nice not to sacrifice my only 12V plug to keep this unit running--I went low-rent with a splitter but I've seen the hard wire kit here on Best Buy that I'll probably pick up at some point down the road. Maybe it's just me, but I've seen WiFI radios fit into smaller enclosures than the one used for the rear camera so the thick mini USB to mini USB coupler cable that runs from the front camera to the back feels a little clunky and was certainly a bit of trouble to snake around to the back of the vehicle. What about a hard wire running power from the rear camera to a running/tail light, then just stream the rear image to the front regardless of how far back it is--especially as the onboard WiFi already allows me to stream from the main unit to a cell phone or tablet. Installation notes/observations aside, be aware that this unit comes with no onboard storage of any kind, so unless you plan to stream to your cell phone exclusively, you need to plan on a separate micro SD card purchase at a minimum (Rexing actually has very specific recommendations about which cards are suitable for dash cam use so do a little research ahead of time if you plan to maximize your experience). Other than the usability niggles noted in the interface, the size of this unit is a bit of a turn-off (for me)...maybe it's not THAT much bigger than competing models, but it definitely doesn't hide away behind the rear-view mirror, and in fact really needs to be right up front at the top of your windshield so you can use the controls and navigate the menus. Normally, that might not be a problem, but I'm a tall driver in a fairly small car; for me, the V1P Pro does intrude a bit on my field of view even though it's not all that big in the hand. But otherwise, there's not much to complain about. If you've got the itch to get a dash cam mounted in your vehicle, this one provides a lot of capability, crash/accident-sensitive features that preserve your recordings, the ability to monitor and playback recordings via WiFi without having to touch the card inside, and it offers high quality video to boot--definitely a safe bet if you're in the market!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, Set up, Video quality

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Easy to use HD dashcam combo

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    Pros: Front and Rear HD cameras; Easy to use; Easy to setup - Literally: 1) Put in a memory card (Note - not included) 2) Plug into 12 volt outlet in car 3) Mount front and back cameras via sticky tape mounts and you are in business. Depending on how clean of an installation you'd like to have you can use the included plastic trim tool that lets you quickly and easily tuck the cables from the cameras under the edge of your car's dash/window/floor trim. There's also an available optional (separate purchase) hard wire kit to wire the cameras directly into your fuse box to keep your cars 12volt plug free. Video quality is great and quick and easy to lock and save a video. Comes preset to loop recording video - Now if someone cuts you off - just tap the "OK" button and the last recording is locked for later viewing and won't be overwritten by the loop. Files are easy to remove and view via PC. There's a bunch of additional features like gps location reporting of the video; changing resolution, loop recording, accessing the camera via wifi on your smartphone, etc. But 99% of the time your use it to record your front and back - which is what you want. Only cons were 1)I have a Toyota 4Runner and the window goes completely down and the tailgate/hatch completely lifts up, so not ideal to mount the rear on the window. 2) No Micro SD memory card included. All in all - excellent dash camera setup.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Needs Better Low Light Recordings

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    I've had this for a while and never needed to see anything until now. Although this works well, it doesn't seem to record license plates very good. Seems like fast movement and night time are problems for the camera. I try to get the footage of a reckless driver and it's just a blur. You have to be following them really close to see a plate or be at a stop with no movement. Like I said I never needed to see anything before now, but I did go through and watch all the video that was recorded on the flash card. Its perfect when everything is sitting still or even moving along really slow like in traffic. But once you get going, it's another story. Disappointing even when the video is at 2160p. This is my only dash cam that I have, but I will look around to see if there is something better that will actually work when you need it.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Set up

    Rated 1 out of 5 stars

    Wasn't compatible with XM

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    Buyer Beware: This review is based on the camera itself. The installation crew were awesome. Installation was on a 2020 Nissan Maxima. Camera worked great front and rear. The problem is it interferes with XM radio signal. Disconnect the camera XM works normal. Ended up switching to Thinkware brand no issues with XM signal now.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Set up, Video quality

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Very nice Dual Camera HD Dash Cam

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    This is my first ever Dash Cam. This V1P Pro offers a lot of nice features, such as front and back camera’s with nice HD 170° ultra-wide-angle lenses. It offers loop recording, Wi-Fi interface for viewing on you smart phone, built in GPS logger and even collision detection. Reviews: INSTALL - Install went pretty smoothly. I have a 2017 Honda Accord. I simply used the furnished plastic tool to help me snake the cables behind the rubber seal that goes around all the interior panels. I mounted on the top left corner of the windshield to keep it out of my center view. (This is a fairly large unit even in the top left, but I am getting used to it over time.) Cable are plenty long. Before sticking the mounts to the windshield I powered up the unit to make sure my orientation and line of sight was all correct. (I highly recommend this as it would be difficult to remove the adhesive once it is in place). The Back cam has a nice up and down swivel adjustment and the front camera lens is on a ball and socket type of swivel to get the best angle. I was a little worried about getting a good picture since my windshield curves in where I mounted it, but the lens moved enough to get a good angle. I only used 2 of the windshield clips on the cords where they exit the roof liner, otherwise I found by disconnecting cables to remove the unit I would pull the cables back out of the roof liner. I did install a 64 MB mini SD card for storage (not included). 64MB will get you 7-10 hours of recording depending on the camera resolution – 128MB - 14-20 hours Overall a pretty smooth install. I would say maybe 30 Minutes. OPERATION – I’m the kind of guy that does not want to pull out a Manual, but I did find and needed to for this unit. The menus and button control have a small learning curve. I would say that the user interface could use a cleanup, or add a couple more hardware buttons. I found myself leaving the manual in the car in case I needed it for reference. Once you have this system installed, all you do is forget about it. You start your car and it starts recording automatically. You can select from a couple of different resolution setting for the front and back camera, and you also have the choice of turning the microphone off so it will record no audio. Another option you have is turning the screen saver on. I set mine to turn the screen off after 1 minute. I did not have this ON at first and it got awfully annoying at night to have a bright screen lit up in your field of view. Speaking of field of view…There is a red light that flashes behind the center two buttons while powered ON (indicates RECORD mode). I do wish you could disable this as this bright red LED behind these button shows up in the gap between these buttons and shine in your eye, (mostly noticeable at night). Not a huge deal, but I do find annoying. I did have a little trouble connecting to the Wi-Fi of my phone, my phone’s said I was not connected, but when I looked at the head unit it stated I actually was though and connection was made. PLAYBACK – You can view videos on your smart phone using the Wi-Fi connection and the ‘Rexing Connect’ APP, or you can view on your PC. To playback your video’s on your PC you can remove your SD card to transfer the files, or plug your front camera unit into your computer via the USB cord. Either way, playback will be faster and more stable if you transfer your videos to your hard drive before viewing. Now you simply download the GPS Logger Software from Rexings website and install. (Side note – When I first started the software, all the menus were in Chinese, but once I closed and reopened the software it then changed to English). Once you install the software, you simply open the video file(s) you would like to view. The playback shows, the video (front OR back Cam) along with speed, date, time, longitude and latitude and even a speed curve. There are also areas for G- Sensor data and Acceleration. (These were blank on my viewing, perhaps this is only populated after a crash). I would like the ability to view the video from the front and back cameras at the same time. I could only find a way to view one camera at a time. OVERVIEW / FINAL THOUGHTS – PROS: Once set up, easy to use (Fairly easy set up in my case) Nice picture quality from both cameras – Day and night Decent Software showing all basic info GPS Video Looping Wide angle lens CONS: Flashing red light under buttons (maybe being a little picky here) Pretty large front camera unit User interface could be cleaner Unable to playback both camera views through software No Battery (must be plugged in for power) Overall, I am pretty happy with this unit. The cons stated above do not affect the basic function of what this unit is meant to do..Capture video. If you are in the market for a dash cam, I would not hesitate to recommend this one. I personally don’t NEED one, but it sure give you a sense of security knowing if something happens, you have record of the facts

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Set up, Video quality

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Nice camera to have for my safety and documenting

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    This unit comes with a front camera to install on the front windshield, a rear camera to install on the rear windshield, wiring to the power outlet, wiring to the rear camera, and a tool and adhesives. Setting up this camera takes a little bit of work to make it look clean and proper. Once installation is complete, it's a nice little system to have to document your daily drives. The system takes a little bit of time to learn and get used to the buttons and interface. Once installed, it records on a loop so that it can keep documentation of things you may want to have on file. I'm hoping that I can capture something on video if I need to if something was to ever happen. The wires are probably the hardest part of this install for a novice like me. Fortunately Rexing provides a tool that can help you wedge the wires into spaces in your cars moldings. I was able to do this easily and make it look like a clean install without hanging wires everywhere. The camera takes a nice clear picture and it can record in 1080p and higher formats. I purchased a separate 64 gb micro SD card to go with this in order to utilize the cameras recording ability so I can play this back on to my computer in case I need to record something for upload to YouTube or such. There is an app for Rexing that you can download as well. I tried it for ios on my iPhone XR, but the app was pretty useless and didn't function properly at all. Overall this is my first ever vehicle camera and I'm happy with it. It's given me some peace of mind for having a big brother eye on my car while I do my best to drive safe on the roads. I wanted a camera like this to document the crazy and unsafe drivers all around me on my daily commute and car pools. Hopefully having this will benefit me in an insurance issue if something arises in the future.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Rexing V1P Pro

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    I bought the Rexing V1P Pro to have the piece of mind while operating our vehicle on the streets of San Diego County. Crazy drivers who don't follow common sense rules drive me nuts so they, the crazy drivers have pushed me to have the video proof captured by the front and rear cameras. Installation was easy after watch a few youtube's. I bought a 128GB memory card but now I think that unless you're driving long distances, the 32GB card provided would be enough because it just over rights the images. I installed the hardwire kit provided and now the installation is 100% clean and complete and camera is 100% operable while driving or in parking mode.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, Features, Price
    Cons mentioned:
    Instructions

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Dash cam

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    I am have been looking for a good Dash cam for past few years after getting rear ended on my previous car. The features I was mainly looking is have at least 1080P\HD recording for both front and back , finally decided to purchase and install Rexing - V1P Pro Plus in my car. I purchased this for $139.99+tax at a $60 discount during thanksgiving sale at Bestbuy which is great and I used that discount to get this professionally installed (hardwire) in my car by Best buy Geek squad for $59.99. Bestbuy version of it comes with hard wire kit and a 32gb Kingston micro sd card so no need to purchase anything separately. Based on some of the video reviews 32gb would hold 3.5 hours of HD video for front & back recording. Features and quality of the products that I like about: For the price this product has excellent value . the options within the device are very easy to use. The loop recording can be set to either 1 or 3 mins , in case of a recording needs to be locked it can be done with one button press. The device also has wifi connection meaning you can connect you smartphone to the device to see or download the recordings. The device supports up to 256gb of micro sd card which means it can hold recording up to 26+ hours recording with 256gb card. Because I have hardwired in my car it turns on and off automatically when I turn on or off my car , it starts the records usually after few second when I turn on the car. The software application which you can downloaded and install to view the video is very nice because it displays the car on the map also the device can record the speed of the vehicle as well. The smartphone app is easy to connect and can be used to quickly check the recording. In build GPS is big plus because it records the coordinate while recording video also the audio quality is good and also have option to keep turned off. Some of the improvements needed for next version: 1, Quick help guide doesn’t specify anything about the time zone setup because if you don’t setup to proper time zone then it automatically resets and creates the recording in wrong date & time. I have to google the issue and found a FB page from Rexing on how to set this up. This could be really big issue and end up with negative review from someone who do not have patience to lookup for solution themselves. BestBuy geek squad did not setup this either. 2, Smartphone app needs some of improvements , I was not able to download single recording through the app . Either the Wi-Fi connection is poor or the app the huge issue . A 200mb file should take less then few mins to download it but I was unsuccessful. 3, The inbuilt display on the device can be improved 4, The software application to view the gps information is slow and when the video is skipped it doesn’t map the path for skipped part also the application froze couple of times. Overall I am satisfied with my purchase and also recommended this dash cam at a discounted price like I purchased.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Rexing Dash Cam

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    Owned for 1.5 years when reviewed.

    This was exactly what I was looking for. I wanted something slim and did not have a suction cup. After install the unit was nicely hidden and protrude little. I also hardwire this to the car so I did not have to use the power source from the outlet.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    I like it

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    I’m satisfied overall just wish the rear camera cable was 1 ft longer as I had to mount the rear camera off center in my 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Cable was run under the carpet.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Quality Dash Cam

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    This is our second Rexing dash cam. We had our first one hardwired and wanted to do the same with this one. Unfortunately, Rexing stopped making the hard wire kits with the 90 degree plug in. For now, this one is getting power from the cigarette lighter so not getting full benefits yet. The camera itself has a great panoramic picture and no complaints regarding the software. I would recommend if you are in the market for a dash cam and highly suggest to hardwire it to get the full benefits of the camera.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent product

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    I purchased this almost an year ago.. Still works great. I really like the Bluetooth feature to be able the view the videos directly on phone and download them if necessary.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Ron R

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

    This camera has it all. Front camera, rear camera, GPS fracker and speed. This is everything I was looking for.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Better than Garmin

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    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

    Only had for a few days, but much better than my previous Garmin. The Garmin was not resistant to heat and stopped working after a year. Hoping this one powered by a supercapacitor will work better. So far, only criticism is the rear video is pretty grainy.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Best producer ever

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    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

    Awesome quality, Also bought the smart hardwire kit and 256 SD card. Well worth the investment in peace of mind.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great little camera system

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    We bought this for our trip to Florida because there are soooo many wonderful, courteous drivers between here and there. It was the only one that our local Best Buy had in stock that came with the rear camera as well, so we bought it. Pretty decent price. We almost go hit a couple of times and the camera picked it up. Only issue (and not really an issue), but we bought a larger SD card than came with system and I highly recommend one for long trips or you will have go in a delete some footage after a while.

    I would recommend this to a friend