Papago GoSafe Single-Channel Dash Cameras

Papago GoSafe Single-Channel Dash Cameras

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Product Description
Capable of recording in wide-angle 1080p HD, the Papago GoSafe 350 dash cam takes clear footage of driving accidents, parking mishaps, hit-and-runs, and other random events at the wheel, wherever they occur. Smaller than most dash cams, this unobtrusive little device features built-in GPS, lane departure warnings, and three different recording modes including auto recording, motion detection, and monitor mode, which takes a picture every second until it no longer senses movement Read More

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roissy
45
Jul 25, 2019
I would like the higher resolution of the 535, but I do not like the 160 degree lens, it distorts the image too much. The most important part of having a Dash Cam is being able to get the license plate number. I had a major incident just yesterday where it took me a half hour looking through 400% zoom up frames from my Viva cam the get the number... (Video soon to be posted on youtube, this guy needs to lose his license...)
NiteNinja
139
Jul 25, 2019
GPS equipped for under $100, a viable option. GPS is good for recording your speed before the crash to rid you of being blamed for speeding.
hiddenfrem
4
Mar 8, 2019
Anyone have any experience with this, or just PAPAGO dash cams in general?
Kermudjin
39
Mar 8, 2019
The 550 was a Budget Pick on Wirecutter last month. Don't know about the 350. https://thewirecutter.com/reviews/best-dash-cam/