Description: If most budget dashcam has a good price and nice specs, Apeman C650 is certainly not in that category. It features 150-degree wide-angle lens, but doesn’t come out with microSD card out of the box. Although the cam itself can record up to 2560x1080p @30FPS resolution and captures a 13MP still images, the overall performance and result of this device isn’t good. The daytime footage is lacking some brightness and details, whereas the nighttime recording is even worst. There are many flares from the lamp roads and details are blurry.
Video max resolution of 2560x1080p @30FPS
Package includes HDMI cable, USB charger, and mount accessory
Manual is in English and easy to understand
13MP still images
Features 150-degree wide angle
Doesn’t come with microSD card
Recording brightness is dim
Dynamic range has dark shadows
Nighttime footage lacks of details and has glares from the lamp light
Construction The type of outside look the dash cam has.
Chipset Information about the chipset the dash cam uses.
Battery Whether the dash cam has an integrated battery or not.
Battery Capacity Information about the capacity of the battery. Measured in Milliamp Hours or mAh. The bigger the mAh the longer your dash cam stays up and running. The battery capacity varies from 200 to 300 mAh.
Max External Memory How much external memory the dash cam has. This is used to store pictures and videos it takes. The external memory on dash cams goes from 16 Gb to 64 Gb. The more storage you have the more videos and pictures the dash cam can take.
Waterproof This means that the dash cam is water resistant. In case you drop it in water (if it's waterproof) it will not sustain any damage.
Video Resolution This is the pixel number that a display or a camera sensor has (refers to the digital image of the TV box). If the TV Box has a higher resolution, that means that it has more pixels. If you have more pixels then they can provide the display with the ability of more visual information. So, simply put, the higher the resolution, the better images your Dash Cam will be able to capture. The best resolution a Dash Cam can have is Full HD (1920x1080).
Wide Angle How wide the angle of the lens is. A wide angle lense is used to take small scene pictures or close up pictures.
Camera Pixel The camera resolution is measured in megapixels (MPX) and the word mega means million. The higher megapixel count you have the better. Nowadays the average megapixel count on a dash cam is around 2 MPX.
Video Frame Rate The frame rate or FPS at which the dash cam takes its pictures/videos. Many high quality dash cams record at 30 fps. Frame rate or FPS in many occasions is reffered to as frame frequency. This is measured in hertz. Most of the movies are made at 24 fps so, you won't be needing more than 30 fps on your dash cam.
Image Sensor Detailed information about the model of the sensor used by the dash cam. There are 2 types of camera sensors: CCD (charged coupled device) and CMOS (complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor). CCD sensor are now older and a bit outdated. The CMOS sensors are more efficient, they require much less power, and are performing better for high-speed burst modes.
Screen Whether the dash cam has an integrated screen or it's just a plain camera. This is a very nice feature because it allows you to see what the dash cam is recording.
Screen size How big the dash cam's display is diagonally (measured in inches/millimeters). The screen size varies from dash cam to dash cam. Usually dash cam screens are small and around 2-3 inches.
Touch Screen Whether or not the dash cam's screen has a touch screen. A touch screen lets you control the screen with your fingers or a pen designed for screens.
Anti-shake The anti-shake sensor is a very neat thing to have on a dash cam. This sensor stabilizes the camera if the camera is moving and it's not stationary.
G-sensor The G-sensor is basically an accelerometer. This sensor is being used to monitor the dash cam's acceleration. It is also called a G-Force. If your dash cam has this sensor it will pick up on sudden movements or changess in direction.
GPS Information about whether the dash cam has a GPS or not. The best dash cams have a GPS sensor built in. This provides you the exact location of the dash cam's signal.
Motion Detection Whether the dash cam has a motion detection sensor or not. This sensor is the best a dash cam can have because it works like this: The dash cam picks up a moving obejct or person and follows them. This is only if the dash cam has a motion detection sensor, if not it will stay stationary.
HDMI Output HDMI is a cable that outputs image and sound at the same time. This cable is used more and more nowadays for dash cams, computers, laptops, TV's and more. It's good to have this function on your dash cam because it's a very easy and fast way to connect to a device of your choosing.
Night vision Whether the dash cam has night vision or not. This is a sensor that lets the dash cam record clear images at night and not just provide you with dark images. It's similar to a smarthpone's flash, but it's integrated and is not visible to the outside world.
Wi-Fi Information whether the dash cam can connect to a Wi-Fi network.
Length How big the Dash cam is from one end to the other.
Width How big the Dash cam is from one side to the other.
Height How big the Dash cam is from bottom to top, or head to foot. Basically how tall the camera is.
Weight How much the Dash cam weighs. Measured in grams (g)
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