Dash Camera FAQs

thinkware f70 dashcam

The Thinkware F70 boasts a full HD, 140-degree angle view. That’s 1080P videos with extended view of the road ahead.

thinkware T700

The T700 dash cam has 4G LTE technology on-board and connects to your smartphone in real-time from anywhere around the world.

Frequently Asked Questions  (FAQs) about Dash Cameras

A dash camera (or dashcam) is a small video camera that records the road ahead (and behind if you have 2).
There are basically three types of vehicle dash camera;

    1. Records the road and events ahead of your vehicle
    2. Record the road ahead and behind
    3. Records the road ahead and inside the cabin (often for Bus, Uber or Taxi drivers)

You don’t have to do anything if you get us to hardwire install your dashcam. It will record as soon as you drive.

After an accident you hit a button on the camera itself to save the last few minutes of footage.

Depending on complexity and expense, each dashcam will have a slew of options which can be accessed through a menu.

Some dashcams connect to your smartphone, and record footage to a micro-SD card.

Dash cameras can log your journey using GPS data.
No. Read more about that here.

Your footage, GPS and time data can be used by the police to unravel what happened during a car accident or road rage incident. Not necessarily one involving your car.

In fact, some burglaries have been busted by car dashcam footage which was triggered by movement in or around the car.


Here’s a place in America that will buy your footage: https://www.thedashcamstore.com/upload/

(No idea how much they pay)

If you don’t have a dashcam, we can install and set up a Thinkware for you. Check out our range. Or just call us for advice.

Q800 dashcam

Price: $599.99

The Q800 Pro is designed with ADAS (advanced driver assistance system) for extra warning of any potential collisions. This dash cam can also warn you of lane departures, speed cameras, and red-light cameras. The phone software allows you to check your vehicle’s location via the Thinkware Cloud. You can also get Driving Impact and Geo-fencing notifications on your smartphone.

Pros: Detailed footage in 2k QHD 1440P with its 5.14MP Sony Starvis image sensor.

      • The Q800 Pro dashcam can track time, speed, and route with its built-in GPS antenna.
      • Anti-file corruption technology that lessens the risk of footage loss.
      • Super night vision boosts image quality in low-light conditions.

Cons: It’s pricey compared to other dash cams.

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