The Garmin Dash Cam 55 1440p LCD voice controlled dashboard camera (opens in new tab) is down to $155.98 on Amazon. This dash cam normally sells for $200. We saw it drop to around $170 in early July, and right now it's down to its lowest ever.
This is a super small GPS-enabled dash cam, and that tiny size means it's very inconspicuous even when mounted on your windshield. The cam uses a 3.7MP camera and is capable of capturing video in 1440p resolution. It works in low light conditions, has forward collision and lane departure warnings, and gives you alerts for nearby speed or red light cameras. You can even control it with your voice to tell it to stop or start recording, take a still, or do a time lapse. The cam comes with its own microSD card and will loop over unprotected video so you can just keep recording forever.
Wait for the Chinese version to come out at 50$-70$....they have nice basic cams now at 20-40$. Or wait till the market is flooded with the Chinese versions and the drop to normal affordable prices.
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