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Certified Refurbished - Final Sale

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All Refurbished items are tested for functionalities and defects. This unit comes with 12 Months Warranty.
May show signs of mild wear and tear. May not include all original packaging or user manual.

VIOFO A119 V3 QHD+ Dash Cam

The Best Budget-Friendly 1-Channel 2K QHD. With the new Sony Starvis 5MP technology and advanced Parking Mode features, the A119 V3 is the top model in the A119 Series, offering brighter, clearer and more detailed images captured in day or nighttime lighting for super clear night vision.



Optional GPS

Parking Mode

Built-in Screen

Clear Vibrant Colours with Rich Details

Equipped with a 5MP Sony STARVIS image sensor, the A119 V3 delivers clear vibrant colours in 2K QHD+ @30FPS - you get sharper, higher quality video with key details in all lighting situations. 140-degree viewing angle offers wide shooting coverage with minimal edge-to-edge distortion.

Keeps Watch When You're Away

With buffered parking mode, the A119 V3 protects your car, recording videos when it detects movement or impact, even when you're not there. Buffered recording even includes the 15 seconds before and 30 seconds after the triggered event, so you get the complete picture.

You will need a 3-wire Hardwiring cable or an external battery pack (such as the Cellink NEO Battery Pack) to enable this feature.


VIOFO 3-Wire ACC Hardwiring Kit sold separately.

Add Speed and Location Data to Your Videos

This A119 V3 comes with the external GPS module. With the GPS, you can record your speed and route data in your video footage files. The GPS will also synchronize the A119 V3's clock with the GPS time so that your video files can be correctly time-stamped.

Did you know that your footage with speed and location information can be used a defense if you believe you received the ticket in error.


GPS Antenna embedded in mount.

Easy Set Up and Discreet Design

The A119 V3 uses the quick release mount to offer a, simplified, user-friendly installation process.

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What's Included

  • Front Camera
  • 12V Power Cable
  • Non-GPS Mount (2x)
  • GPS Mount
  • Cable Clips
  • EVA Foam
  • 3M Adhesive
  • 1-Year Warranty


Resolution (Front)

2K QHD+ 1600p @ 30 FPS

Maximum Frame Rate

30 FPS


External Module

Parking Mode




Wide-Angle View


Operating Temperature

-10°C - 65°C (14°F - 149°F)

Loop Recording


Maximum SD Card


LCD Screen








File Format

H.264 / .MP4

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1-Year Warranty

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Based on 190 reviews
Jacob P. (Ottawa, CA)

VIOFO A119 V3 QHD+ Dash Cam

Easton J. (Los Angeles, US)
A good step up from the A119V3 and A129

I picked up the A119 Mini 2 dash cam because I wanted to see the Sony Starvis 2 sensor in action and didn't want to pay 2.5X the cost for the Viofo A139. For general footage and putting up crazy Youtube dashcam videos, any of the Viofo's will do the job. But license plates and details are more difficult. Even the 4K front cam on my A129, with the original Starvis sensor, struggles at night and to capture license plates. Capturing license plates while moving at night is the worst combination. They all suffer.

The Mini 2 with upgraded sensor does considerably better. Turning on the HDR is a noticeable improvement. I ran my Mini 2 alongside with my A129 4K in my car for a week. Some of the time, I ran it at 2K@60FPS. Sometimes, I ran 2K@30FPS with HDR on. While no dashcam is exceptional at getting license plates (even worse when moving and at night), the Mini 2 was noticeably clearer, even 2K compared to 4K with the A129.

My only complaint is that you can't run both HDR and 60FPS at the same time. Turning on HDR will remove the option to run 60FPS. And ideally, I'd like both. This shortcoming is not exclusive to the Mini 2. The top of the line A139 can't do it either and it appears there's no dashcam on the market that has this capability. Probably a sensor and processor shortcoming.

I also wish that I could have a setup with dual front and rear dashcams that both had Starvis 2 sensors. All manufacturers cheap out with 1080p rear cams.

So, I bought two Mini 2's and wired both into my car. I'm running dual Mini 2's, front and rear, both 2K with HDR. Short of replacing the front one with an A139, that's probably the best setup for this generation of tech. Oh, and spend the $15 to get the CPL filter.

Kevin C. (Vancouver, CA)

VIOFO A119 Mini 2 2K QHD Dash Cam