Best Dash Cams of 2020

When looking for a new dash cam, check out our main page for the best bang for your buck dash cams. Beyond that, for 2020 these are the best dash cams to consider.

Cheapest dash cam that I should consider (Note: Anything under $30 is typically poor quality).

  1. Blueskysea B1W (No screen, discreet, capacitor)
  2. 70Mai Smart Dash Cam 1S / MiDrive D06 (No screen, discreet, battery)

Discreet single camera with a screen and GPS

  1. VIOFO A119 V3 (all around great camera)
  2. Street Guardian SGGCX2PRO (great video and best support)
  3. 70Mai Dash Cam Pro / MiDrive D02 (battery)

Good Value Dual Camera

  1. Viofo A129 Duo

Premium 1080p Dual Camera

  1. Street Guardian SG9663DCPRO
  2. Thinkware F800 Pro (good buffered parking mode and Cloud)

4K Cameras – Not mature yet, check reviews for more details

  1. Thinkware U1000 (Most feature packed – best parking mode and has Cloud functionality)
  2. VIOFO A129 Pro Duo 4K (Best video quality)

Rideshare (Uber / Lyft / Taxi Camera)

  1. Blueskysea B2W (Best bang for the buck)
  2. Viofo A129 Duo IR (Best video quality and buffered parking mode)

Best Brand Name Camera

  1. Garmin Dash Cam 56

Dash cam brands with the best support

  1. Street Guardian (All around support)
  2. VIOFO (Good firmware updates)

Best video quality during the day
Depending on lighting conditions, cameras perform differently so there is no “one size fits all” answer. Check the side-by-side comparison forum for real examples. The best bang for your buck dash cams on our main page perform well.

Best video quality at night
Depending on lighting conditions, cameras perform differently so there is no “one size fits all” answer. Check the side-by-side comparison forum for real examples. The best bang for your buck dash cams on our main page perform well.

If the our main page with our best bang for your buck list and this page does not provide a camera that meets your needs, check out our What Should I Buy Sub-Forum.

You can also check out our previous best picks:

Published: December 30, 2019

Updated: January 4, 2020