Gain maximum benefit from your dash cam footage | TRANSPORT NEWS

Now used by more than 20 per cent of all Australian drivers, 83 percent of DashCam buyers purchase a dash cam to validate potential insurance claims.

Brad Hales, national marketing and communications manager for Uniden has advised all users to insist on a dash cam with high resolution.

“This will better identify the details of an incident, such as licence plates or a car model and colour,” said Brad.

“Always download and back up footage captured after an incident. Uniden’s iGO Cam 85R, 80 and 70 all have Wi-Fi, helping users to instantly upload footage to a mobile phone or smart device that is connected to the dash cam through the Uniden iGO app. This allows incidents to be replayed and shared immediately.

“A dash cam works best when positioned squarely in the centre of the windshield. Mounting the camera near the rear-view mirror will not block the driver’s view and captures both sides of the road. The Uniden iGO Cam features 160-degree ultra-wide viewing angle, allowing users to capture incidents in perfect detail,” he added.

The Uniden iGO Cam 85R is an ultra 4K resolution camera and includes a Full HD rear-view dash cam for capturing accurate vision at every angle. It’s powered by a supercapacitor, providing enough backup power to ensure any recording in progress is stored safely before shutting the camera off. GPS Geotagging and impact and motion detection technology provides accurate and detailed data, while Wide Dynamic Range captures clearer footage during night and daytime.

The Uniden iGO Cam 85R RRP is $349.95

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