Welcome back to Show and Tell, where Peter Salib unboxes sweet tech for every area of your life. In this episode, Salib inspects the IROAD X10 Dash Cam. Have you ever gotten into a fender-bender and wished you had video evidence to back you up? For insurance reasons, some people install black boxes to record speed. But it’s interesting that we invest in cameras for our homes but not our cars. Whether we want to keep an eye on our vehicle while it’s parked or keep an eye on ourselves while getting pulled over, a camera could greatly improve our lives. If you get a dash camera, it should be reliable and dependable. Let’s see if the IROAD X10 has enough features to keep us safe on the road.
Front and rear-facing camera for full coverage
The IROAD X10 front camera that mounts inside the car and faces toward the windshield. This latest 8MP resolution sensor records everything in 4K ultra high-definition with a 165-degree view. You also can have the rear-facing camera that faces you while you drive. You may want a privacy cover on this sensor until the situation requires it, such as when you get pulled over by a police officer. This device helps protect your word against false claims. With the companion app, you can download, watch and delete the recorded footage.
IROAD X10 Dash Cam has your back
This device also offers Extreme Parking Mode Efficiency. You can record up to 16 hours on the 32GB microSD card. IROAD records a time-lapse at one frame per second (FPS). But if it detects motion, it automatically increases the recording to 10FPS. Another cool feature is that the device saves the “incident footage” in a separate folder so you don’t have to sift through hours of footage. And don’t worry if you park in a dark area. In parking mode, the X10 increases the brightness by three times. If you want to optimize your and your car’s protection, a dash cam may be your best option.