Price and specifications
Apeman C650 Dash cam

Video Resolution 1 920 px
Wide Angle 150 °
Camera Pixel - Mpx
Battery Yes
Night vision Yes
Screen Yes

Dash cams Apeman C650

Release DateApril 2016
Availability On sale
Brand Apeman
Model C650

Apeman C650 by PDH Reviews Youtube review

Description: Most budget dash cams have 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 with a microSD card out of the box. Although the cam itself can record up to 2560x1080p @30FPS resolution and can capture 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 the 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 Traditional
Chipset Ambarella
Battery Yes
Battery capacity 500 mAh
Max External Memory 32 Gb
Waterproof No


Video Resolution 1920x1080 px (Full HD)
Wide Angle 150 °
Camera Pixel unknown
Video Frame Rate 30 fps
Image Sensor OV4689


Screen Yes
Screen size 2.4 "
Touch Screen No


Anti-shake Yes
G-sensor Yes
Motion Detection Yes
HDMI Output Yes
Night vision Yes
Wi-Fi Yes


Length 15.24 cm
Width 9.906 cm
Height 7.62 cm
Weight 181.437 g

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