they're estimating a $599 price tag in Australia so not sure where that puts thingsWOW if this camera is as good as what is said then the SG would only be valued at $100 unless they make the v3 as good as the DOD. If your in the market for a high end cam then it may pay to wait and see how the new DOD performs.
i think he mean there is no light inside the 2 boxes, but there is a little slit in both where a little light filter thru, and its the same slit he shine his phone light thru to illuminate the otherwise black footage of the old camera.In the second video he's claiming there's absolutely no light.
I have to agree with this. For parking mode capturing as much information as possible is ideal. For driving mode I don't think I'd want a camera that sees more than I do for the simple reason that should something happen that could give the judge/jury/insurance company the impression that if the camera could see something you could as well and that could, unfairly, work against you.I think ideally the best camera for parking mode and the best camera for use while driving are two different cameras
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