Price and specifications
Viofo G1W-S Dash cam

Video Resolution 1 920 px
Wide Angle 145 °
Camera Pixel - Mpx
Battery No
Night vision Yes
Screen Yes

Dash cams Viofo G1W-S

Release DateMay 2016
Availability On sale
Brand Viofo
Model G1W-S

Viofo G1W-S by Car Cam Central Youtube review

Description: If you’re looking for a warmer climate dash cam that has a good nighttime recording, you can consider this Viofo G1W-S. It sports the famous Sony Exmor IMX323 image sensor, producing a very good footage with details. This cam also has 360-degree turn and certainly coming with wide-angle lens. When you received the package, you will get three mounts out of the box. Although the overall body is designed with metal, still, the build feels fragile and easy to bend. This dashboard cam isn’t only good in nighttime, but the daylight recording is also good and the white color is balanced.


  • Affordable price ($60)
  • Hot weather resistant build
  • Package has three available mounts
  • 360-degree turn
  • Material is made of metal
  • Sports Sony Exmor IMX323
  • Nighttime recording is pretty details and good
  • Dynamic range is quite good
  • Microphone sound produced is okay


  • SD card has some error notifications
  • Body isn’t well-designed



Construction Traditional
Chipset Novatek
Battery No
Battery capacity 0 mAh
Max External Memory 64 Gb
Temperature range 140 °
Waterproof No


Video Resolution 1920x1080 px (Full HD)
Wide Angle 145 °
Camera Pixel unknown
Video Frame Rate 0 fps


Screen Yes
Screen size 2.7 "
Touch Screen No


Anti-shake No
G-sensor Yes
Motion Detection Yes
Night vision Yes


Length 7.62 cm
Width 5.08 cm

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