My WF1 has an operating range of 0°C - 65°C (storage of -20°C - 75°C) and so far I have managed OK even with nighttime temperatures dipping below -20°C by doing just that, unplugging the cam before start-up, and plugging it in after the car has warmed up for a couple of minutes. Not sure what I will do once I hard-wire the cam - maybe I'll install a switch of some sort.Yeah.
These days its bad companyship too keep too mutch stock on shelves, its all "JIT" Just In Time, and "LEAN"
Seem like whatever some japanese Company do we all have to do it
The last Company i worked for started to implementing robots in the production, and i got one too witch meant painting was 300% slower used 200 % more paint and instead of cleaning filters every 2 weeks it had to be done every 2 day.
And for that they payed 250.000 Dkkr and lost me as a employee.
I allso just notised "operating temperature 0°C ~ 75°C" that put it out of contension for many parts of the World, unless offcourse you start your cam recording after the car have gotten warm in the Winter.