yes it does but don't see that big of a difference in that scenario. It may be more noticeable in places with less illumination.Seems like the A129 1080P is capturing better details at night as compare to A129PRO 4K.
Different frame rate. The 1080 recorded in 60fps and 4k 30fps. The combine video rendered in 4k 30fps.yes it does but don't see that big of a difference in that scenario. It may be more noticeable in places with less illumination.
Are you running both cameras at the same frame rate? The a 129 shows significant stutter compared to the other one.
A129 is not outdated. It is the best mid range budget dual channel dashcam. 1080p recording is sufficient. It still can capture car plate number clearly significantly.Hi,
I don't know what to choose: A129 or A129 Pro?
1. Is it worth paying extra to the A129 Pro version? I see that, for example, the white balance is not very good.
2. Would you buy A129Pro again?
3. For those who had A129 before: do you regret switching to a newer model?
I am asking because I am aware that the A129 model is already a bit "outdated" and in the context of reported problems, the manufacturer may treat it as a secondary matter.
In my country, the price difference is around $ 40.
Best regards and thank you for the feedback
True, but at least this footage manage to show the colour and contrast differences and the IR rear cam is wider in 160° wide viewing angle, and the regular rear cam is 140°.I don’t think that is a good or accurate comparison if the clips are not done at the same exact time...
that's not always correct, physical size of the sensor comes into it, if they are all the same size then it would be correct4K will always have worse night vision than 1080p. And 1080p worse than 720p. You are compressing more pixels into each frame. Meaning the pixels get smaller. The trade off is higher quality images, but poorer night capture. No way around the issue.