You might be the best driver in the world, but you still have to watch out for everyone else. Luckily, the Campark 1080p Dash Cam is an affordable way to have yourself covered if you're ever in an accident and need to show evidence of what happened. It's normally priced at $40 on Amazon, though today you can save 50% and snag one for just $19.99 when you clip its on-page coupon and then use promo code VYOYJFID during checkout.
Ready for the Road
This dash cam records in 1080p HD and has a 170-degree wide-angle lens to capture multiple lanes of traffic at once. Its video is clear enough to read road signs, license plates, and more. Clip the on-page coupon and use the following code to save.
$39.99 $20 off
This 1080p HD dash cam is equipped with a 170-degree wide-angle glass lens that's able to capture multiple lanes of traffic all in one single shot. Its footage is clear enough so that you can make out road signs and license plate numbers no matter whether the video is from during the day or nighttime. There's also a built-in 2.45-inch display so you can view your recorded footage while on-the-go.
Several features make using this dash cam a breeze, such as seamless loop recording which overwrites the oldest videos so that new videos have space to be saved. You don't have to worry about important footage being overwritten either, as the camera's built-in G-Sensor detects when a sudden stop or collision has occured and immediately locks down the footage until it can be reviewed. The camera can even monitor your car while it's parked and no one is inside. It can record audio, capture burst photos, and more.
Campark includes a one-year warranty with this dash cam's purchase, though you'll want to have a microSD card handy so you can save all the footage it's soon to record. You can grab a 64GB microSD card for only $11 at Amazon, and you'd score free shipping in the process, too. Another way to have your order shipped for free is by signing up for a free 30-day Amazon Prime trial.
We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more.