DDPai Mix3 Review

Jeremy Wong

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Dash Cam
Viofo A119, Viofo A119S, Xiaomi Mijia, 360 J511C, etc
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Author's Note: The full review can be found here. My review blog for my other reviews: jwtechreviews.com




Thanks to DDPai for sending over their new Mix3 for review.

Official product page: Mix3 (Chinese)


Technical Specs & features:
• Processor: HiSilicon Hi3516E
• Sensor: Sony Starvis IMX307
• Memory: 512Mb
• Viewing angle: 140° wide-angle 6G lens F1.8
• Resolution: 1080p 30fps, 720p 30fps
• Supports H.265/H.264
• 3″ IPS screen
• Built-in 2.4GHz Wi-Fi
• Built-in 32GB eMMC
• Built-in lithium battery


The box




Open box




Contents

• Mix3
• Tape mount
• Micro USB cable
• USB car charger
• Pry tool
• Spare mounting tape (not in picture)
• User manual


Mix3




Tape mount


 
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Jeremy Wong

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Joined
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Messages
246
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Location
Kuala Lumpur
Country
Malaysia
Dash Cam
Viofo A119, Viofo A119S, Xiaomi Mijia, 360 J511C, etc
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Videos
Recorded in 1920×1080 30fps with an overall bit rate of 11.2 Mb/s.










My thoughts
Clear night videos due to the Sony Starvis IMX307 sensor.

Built-in eMMC dashcam from DDPai like the Mini3. Great to prevent people from getting lousy or imitation micro SD cards to use.

If the Mix3 is using a super capacitor instead of a lithium battery will be good for use in hot countries.

Transferring out the videos is simple. Just plug the Mix3 into a computer and Windows will recognize it like an external storage drive.



The Mix3’s G sensor (mid-level sensitivity) is almost as accurate as the Thinkware F200 I’m using in my car. First time seeing this from a dashcam from China.
 

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