I agree.they look real, there's nothing exceptional about them though to suggest otherwise
in fact, Paypal take 4% fees and AliPay take 5%.I agree.
The aliexpress bit is the bit that I am personally a bit careful about, there are many good sellers on eBay, some have sold 1000's and have 100% feed back, then if you use PayPal, you have some protection if the deal turns bad. If the deal goes bad a cheap deal will become expensive real quick.
the device need several minutes to connect satellite when your first power on, so there will be a "satellite symbol" flicker there and no actual speed shown; after the first trail, it will connect GPS quickly in seconds. (the device will read the GPS data in card for a quick connection with GPS.) Don't worry that is not a problem.when i drive with the camera on (with GPS 'open') , the top only show V:---MPH without showing me actual speed detached by the GPS.
Ok, I ordered this cam from Canadian Amazon: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/B00G6UC9MU
Can I get clarification, whether or not Ojocam is a reputable seller or not? Sells originals or fakes?
Is he the same seller who goes by the name as Fonestop on eBay? I see he has 100% positive feedback there.
*edit: I sent a message to ojocam and got a couple of replies:
"yes, it is the original mini 0801 as shown on the picture and in the review. Not the value series camera."
and regarding the firmware
"it is the latest firmwawre 131225 which is the latest version from the manufacture."
So it should be OK to order from this seller for those wondering.
Yeah I know. He answered all my questions and assured me that the one I ordered is the original but on his website he also sells the cheaper "value" version of this cam.
Just to make it clear: ojocam Pro is the "original" mini 0801.yeah as I mentioned above they sell both types