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2009 Vibe base 1.8L auto towing 2009 Aliner Sport hardsided pop-up
There is one thing to be aware of with that cam, you have to use nothing faster than a Class 4 or 6 MicroSD card. Class 10 ones causes corruption problems, or won't work at all. I run a very small size card (2 or 4GB) right now since it was one i already had. It supports up to 32GB though.
Great topic and one I can relate to for sure. Just bought one from Costco online about two months ago and for the most part it is great .... but there are some drawbacks. It is made by "Rear View Safety" thus the model name RVS-250 HD dash cam w/gps. HEre are a couple of pics of the unit along with TWO different Micro SD cards. The original card will allow me to play back on any computer BUT not in just any multimedia application. It had to be Quicktime only. The 32g card, which I used to give me 4 hours of recording instead of just one hour, will NOT let me export anything. That really sucks because I actually recorded a neat auto accident while sitting at a red light. I can view it on the 2.7" screen that is on the unit BUT not on anything else. A bit puzzled and had no time to further research the problem. Any suggestions? Thanks ........................... Tim
I have a phone mount that lets me use my phone. I"m driving and it's in the mount anyway for music, gps, etc. Might as well use it for a dash cam, as well. Here's the app I use for my Android based phone. I haven't checked around in a long time for a better app, so there may be some out there. This has served me well, however.