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Watch the road with this YI Technology Nightscape dash cam. The advanced camera has a 140-degree field of view to capture clear 1080p footage across multiple lanes in low-light conditions, and the included 32GB microSD card holds hours of recordings. This easy-to-install YI Technology Nightscape dash cam has a 2.4-inch display to view stored video.
Sleek design, smooth curves, and matte black textured finish
Create a stylish look.
1080p Full HD recording
Provides sharp high-definition footage at 60 fps.
140° viewing angle
Enables expansive shooting coverage with minimal edge-to-edge distortion.
Integrated 2.4" color LCD screen
Offers interactive interface and high clarity.
Supports emergency video file backup when an accident happens.
Sony STARVIS night vision
Reduces noise and enhances image quality in low-light conditions using the back-illuminated pixel technology.
Advanced driver assistance system
Monitors and alerts you of potential dangers.
Record, share, and back up recordings wirelessly on your mobile device with the YI Dash Cam app.
32GB microSD card included
Enables convenient and long-lasting operations.
Offers easy installation and removal in your vehicle.
It seems decently made. The issue is finding the right kind of vibration dampening that keeps the vibration load mostly within what the device can tolerate and what is a visually useful output. There are many ways to do this on the internet.
Any hardware store has silicone squares of different thicknesses that can be placed between a mount and the camera. Or, even use an Alex caulk, of various densities, to make your own custom shaped cussions.
A:AnswerI can't speak for all states, but the ones I've lived in, Texas and Florida, they were legal.
I highly recommend you Google that question either for all states, or for your specific state to find out for sure.
I will say there's no logical reason for them to be illegal, but there's always some random laws out there.