Dash Cam Reviews - Which?

Garmin Tandem – £300

If you’ve ever been tempted to buy both a front and rear dash cam, this Garmin model will undoubtedly catch your eye. Both of the lenses on this dash cam have a 180-degree viewing angle, so you’re getting a 360-degree view capturing the road ahead and the inside of your car, thanks to its rear ‘interior lens’.More…

Viofo A129 Pro Duo 4K – £230

You may have come across Viofo while shopping for a dash cam on Amazon, but this model’s specs go far beyond many that you’ll find in online marketplaces. The A129 is a front and rear dash cam that records in 4K on its front lens and it has lots of extra features.More…

Viofo A119 V3 – £100

It’s one of Viofo’s more affordable dash cams, but the A119 V3 still has a great specification. For starters, it records in Quad HD, has a seven-element camera lens and has a high-spec capacitor for longer lasting battery life. It certainly looks swanky on paper but how good was it when we tested its footage?More…

Mio MiVue C312 – £60

Mio has expertise in creating compact dash cams, and the MiVue C312 is another from the brand’s more affordable C-series range. This miniature model boasts a high-quality video sensor and advanced G-force recording capabilities to ensure that it’s ready to record after any sudden movement around your car.More…

Apeman C550A – £40

Apeman is one of the dash cam brands that rules the roost on Amazon’s marketplace. The Apeman C550A is yet another incredibly affordable model in its offering, but this one sports a unique design and also comes with a waterproof rear camera so you can record both sides of the road.More…