With the hundreds of options available in the market, finding a low-cost dash cam is now a breeze. However, as a customer, keep in mind that in some products, you just get what you pay for.
The Campark DC40 is a surprisingly affordable triple channel 4K dash cam. However, the reality is that it only records 1440p when using all three channels. Even if it uses 8MP Omnivision sensors for its front, the A139 Pro’s latest 8MP Sony STARVIS 2 technology is more worth it as it provides smoother, balanced, and crisper videos in all lighting conditions. It also comes with a CPL filter that reduces glare and reflections, working best with its HDR and Super Night Vision Capabilities.
In terms of form factor, the Campark DC40 is huge and can be distracting, which is a no-no for some states in the US. When viewing videos, you will also have to rely on its small screen behind the unit, especially when it doesn’t have a mobile app and Wi-Fi connectivity features. It doesn’t have a GPS either.
On the other hand, the A139 Pro is designed to be discreet and screenless, as VIOFO values saving space, reducing distractions, and taking dash cam legalities into account. Even if it doesn’t have a screen, you can instantly watch, download, and share footage using the dedicated VIOFO mobile app. Connectivity is also seamless, as the A139 Pro comes with built-in dual band Wi-Fi and other important features like built-in GPS, Voice Notifications, and advanced Parking Modes.
With all the features of the A139 Pro, it’s easy to justify its price. What matters more is that more customers have already put their trust in the VIOFO brand for decades, which is a proof of how dependable the A139 Pro can be.