When shopping for a Small Dash Cam in the UK, there are things you should know that help you choose the best dash cams for your small car.
Wide field of view:
Your DVR must have a wide-angle view, especially if you choose a tiny dash cam over a full-fledged dash cam, as there should be a wide-angle lens to cover more area to make video quality optimal as you can hardly see a screen on a mini dashboard camera due to their small size.
Removal of the screen shrinks the size of the DVR but it highlights other means of connectivity for watching the recordings including wireless connectivity for a mobile app using Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, which is somewhat necessary to see the footage while you can get a backup.
Other than keys, and wireless (Bluetooth and Wi-Fi), you can benefit from hands-free interaction with a compatible model that is voice-activated for user commands. So look for a specific device with a voice control feature if you prefer the luxury of a dash cam.
Parking guard feature: Impact detection and motion detection are the features that namely backed by the parking monitor mode, so when shopping for a new mini dash cam, make sure you have a G-sensor that supported these features for evidence in case of an incident.