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Veckle Dual Dash Cam Detailed 2021 Review & its Benefits

Veckle Dual Dash Cam Detailed 2021 Review & its Benefits.

Veckle Dual Dash Cam: A dashcam is certainly not going to be the most expensive component in your vehicle, but it could be the most valuable. In the event of an accident, a dash cam provides the documentation you need to ensure that the insurance company properly processes your claim.

Veckle Dual Dash Cam

If your car is vandalized, a dash cam can act as a security system. If you witness an accident, your video testimony can be infinitely valuable to anyone involved. Even if none of those things happen, at least you can make a cool time-lapse video for your next road trip!

The Veckle Dual Dash Cam is similar in design to many other all-in-one dash cams. It mounts to your windshield, providing you with a compact LCD display to review your footage.

A second camera is mounted to the rear of your car and doubles as a reverse camera. When the LCD display is turned on, shifting your car into reverse will give you a live camera feed from the rear unit. 

Veckle records all footage to a standard Micro-SD card and supports both day and night vision. Like many modern models, it’s designed to automatically detect collisions and save these video files for easy access.

If no collision occurs, it automatically manages the video files removing old ones to make space for the new ones. 

Installation 

The included manual provides a surprisingly comprehensive guide to installing the dashcam. If you’ve done this before, the process will be straightforward. Upon opening the box, you’ll find several key components. The first thing you’ll find is the front and rear cameras, as well as a long 19-foot cable to wire in the rear camera. 

Both cameras are mounted to your car with 3M VHB sticker pads. These pads are small, but they are extremely powerful. VHB tape is the very same adhesive used to mount solar panels to RVs, as well as install skyscraper windows. 

Functionality 

Not only does this camera have a lot of built-in features, but most of them can be triggered automatically. You’re not going to have to use the manual interface to change settings, as a pair of advanced sensors can detect what’s going on. 

The most obvious example of this is the parking aid. As soon as you throw your car into reverse, the display turns on and shows you a live video feed from the rear camera. Since this camera doesn’t need to be wired into your reverse lights like some models, the accelerometer is used.

You’ll find that any time you come to a complete stop, the reverse camera turns on. If you find this distracting at stoplights, you can disable that feature. 

Video Quality 

The video quality differs between the front and rear cameras. The front model uses a Sony IMX290 image sensor, while the rear uses an IMX322. These are both square pixel CMOS sensors, and both support 1080p. However, the front camera has a little less digital noise, producing a clearer image.

Meanwhile, the rear camera performs better in low light. The optics also differ from one camera to another. In the front, a seven lens optical system with a 130-degree viewing angle is used. This is a wide enough view to capture all traffic across a six-lane highway.

The front camera produces a crystal clear image, allowing you to see details like license plates – even when they’re off in the distance. At night, the video does have a little grain to it, although it’s still perfectly visible. The main difference you’ll notice is a range, as you’ll be limited by your light source. 

Design 

The visual appearance of Veckle’s Dual Dashcam isn’t particularly appealing. It’s got a very functional look to it, similar to your rearview mirror. You can tell that it’s not designed for fashion, but rather for functionality. 

The camera has a compact foot on the top of it that is used to mount it to your window. A semi-circular camera is attached at the bottom and can swivel up to 180 degrees. This allows you to position it exactly where you want, compensating for different window angles. 

Functionality 

Not only does this camera have a lot of built-in features, but most of them can be triggered automatically. You’re not going to have to use the manual interface to change settings, as a pair of advanced sensors can detect what’s going on. 

The most obvious example of this is the parking aid. As soon as you throw your car into reverse, the display turns on and shows you a live video feed from the rear camera. Since this camera doesn’t need to be wired into your reverse lights like some models, the accelerometer is used.

You’ll find that any time you come to a complete stop, the reverse camera turns on. If you find this distracting at stoplights, you can disable that feature. 

Final Verdict

If you look exclusively at the front-facing part of this dash cam, this model is pretty competitive with similarly priced models.

The video quality is acceptable, and it automatically detects accidents to isolate the video files you need. It’s a great purchase, but the video quality and core functionality aren’t inherently better than any other model we’ve tried. 

What sets this model apart is the inclusion of a rear-view camera. This means that it functions not only as a dashcam but also as a parking aid. You’ll be protected if you get rear-ended, effectively doubling the value.

If a rear-view camera is something you’re after, we highly recommend the Veckle Dash Cam. If you only want a front-facing model, there are other options on the market.

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