Innosinpo A10

Innosinpo A10

The Innosinpo A10 is a single channel dash camera manufactured in China released in May 2019. This camera is similar to many other generic Chinese dash cams with a rectangular form factor and suction cup mount. The Innosinpo brand appears to be trademarked by the Shenzhenshi Jinran Technology company in China.

Unfortunately the manufacturer does not provide the processor and CMOS sensor specs of the Innosinpo A10. However, given the very low price point, we suspect the camera is using entry level electronics.

Video Quality

The A10 records 1080p video at 30fps with an average bitrate of 8 Mbps. Video quality during the day is below average and night quality is very poor.

Features

As this is a cheap, no frills camera there are limited features. The camera comes with a 3″ screen, g-sensor and non-buffered parking mode. The A10 does not come with GPS, WiFi or any other extra features.

The Innosinpo A10 comes with a suction mount that allows the camera to swivel 360°. You can record any police traffic stops at your side windows (i.e. police traffic stop). The A10 is a small camera with dimensions of 89 x 51 x 36mm.

The build quality is below average and the camera appears to be cheaply made. Many owners complain of build quality issues. Another negative is that the camera does not come with audio error notifications, only screen error notifications.

Support

From a support perspective, Innosinpo does have a website and there have never been any firmware updates for this camera. Beyond the 30 day return policy from Amazon you will be on your own. Apparently Innosinpo provides a free microSD card in exchange for a 5-star review for this camera. This unethical practice is likely influencing the Amazon reviews.

Known Problems

Build Quality

Numerous owners complain of build quality issues such as the screen cover falling off or wires breaking.

Sample Videos

Should I Purchase?

The Innosinpo A10 does everything poorly as a dash cam. The video quality is poor, build quality is low and support is non-existent. These negatives outweigh the low price of this camera.

We suspect the free SD card in exchange for positive reviews has influenced the Amazon rating for this camera. The only positives for this camera are the low $30 price tag and the ability to easily return to Amazon within 30 days if you are not satisfied.

Overall, we suggest spending a bit more for a better dash cam.

Specifications

Detailed Specifications

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Camera Type Single Channel
Form Factor Hanging - Rectangular
Country China
Processor Unknown
CMOS Front Unknown
CMOS Rear N/A
Channels 1
Screen 3"
GPS No
G-Sensor Yes
Wi-Fi No
Parking Mode Non-Buffered
Lock Files Auto or Button
Max Resolution Front 1920×1080p
Front Frames Per Second 30
Max Bitrate Front (Mbps) 8
Max Resolution Rear N/A
Rear Frames Per Second N/A
Max Bitrate Rear (Mbps) N/A
Video Format AVI
Compression H.264
Diagonal Viewing Angle Front 170°
Diagonal Viewing Angle Rear N/A
SD Card Type MicroSD
Max Size (Spec) 32GB
Max Size (User) 32GB
Size Front (mm) 89 x 51 x 36
Size Rear (mm) N/A
Mount Suction
Power Supply 5V
Operating Temp -10°C to 60°C
Battery Battery - Unknown mAh
Error Notification Screen
Swivel (To Record Side Windows) Yes
Apps None
Cloud Connectivity No
Release Date May 2019
Unique Features None
Advantages Low price
Disadvantages Poor picture quality
Low build quality
Low reliability
SD Card in exchange for 5-star reviews
Final Word Cheap camera with poor video quality and no support. The AUKEY DRA5 is much better in this price range.

Published: Oct 17, 2020