What are the key things you should look for when you want to buy a dash cam? For most, the cam you choose is based on your personal needs. Depending on the direction you want to record, determine whether you invest in a one-, two-, IR, or three-channel device. When looking at all the different brands and cameras, you have a few more options to consider before you make your final decision.
Some of the main characteristics that people look for include loop recording, GPS capabilities, impact detection, event tagging, and more. One important feature that doesn’t seem to get as much explanation is resolution and frame rate.
Resolution and frame rate? You probably saw both of these listed on a dash cam box but didn’t know what the numbers meant. Most dash cams come in 4K@30fps and 2K@60fps – but what do these mean?