Looking for dual camera better quality than Blackvue DR650-GW 2CH

Dionysus

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Hi all,

I've been doing some research into dash cams for the first time, and am keen on getting a front and rear camera set. The Blackvue DR650-GW 2CH appeals for various reasons:

GPS
Front and rear cameras
Not running on a battery
Parking mode
The software that comes with it
Seems to be a reliable company

However, this isn't a new cam set, and as some reviews on YouTube have suggested, the video quality is not great considering the price. I'm sure by now I could get something similar but with better video quality at the same price or cheaper. I'm perfectly happy to pay for quality (which should be taken to include reliability).

Any suggestions? It's very confusing to a newbie!
 

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Welcome to forum !

As I understood those are you priorities in dasham choice ?

GPS
Front and rear cameras
Not running on a battery
Parking mode
The software that comes with it
Seems to be a reliable company
 

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Welcome to DCT. If you want to limit your options with a dual cam setup, as opposed to a pair of single channel cams, consider the Thinkware F770.

 
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Try the thinkwaer x550 or the f770.
Front & rear dual cam that connects to the car.
Full hd back & front.
Gps.
Not cup mount.
Super night vision.
Great parking mode (lapse time).
Ive got the x550 and im happy.
 

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Have you tried the Lukas 9750?
It is said to have better video quality, and is more reliable than the Blackvue 650.
The only downside to the 9750 is that the front camera is a little big due to the built in LCD.
https://dashcamtalk.com/lukas-lk-7950-wd/ [7950 link only]
https://dashcamtalk.com/blackvue-dr650gw-2ch/

Have you also considered purchasing two separate single channel dashcams?
Because apparently this has two separate computers, so delivers much superior image quality.
This opens the door to the latest VicoVation Vico-MF3 which is a single channel recorder with 150 degrees wide angle, QHD 2560 x 1440 resolution, and superior night view etc, something that neither the Lukas, and in particular, the Blackvue cannot match.
http://www.vicovation.com/product.asp?IDno=70&lang=eng
 
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