Waylens Horizon HD Dash Camera System

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Waylens Horizon HD Dash Camera System
Price: $349.99
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You don’t want all that telemetry data in your dashcam in the event of an accident. The other guy gets a lawyer, he subpoenas it, every detail gets scrutinized.

You just did 20 over five minutes earlier? You’re a reckless driver, there’s proof my client isn’t at fault.
You were doing 10 over at the time of the accident? You’re at fault, you were speeding, my client wasn’t.

And so forth.

I agree, but all that information can be gathered from a dash cam that does not record any metrics. Recording frame rates and distance traveled can be used to calculate speed. The best thing to do after an accident is to not mention the camera, edit the accident footage at home and delete past recordings. Then submit the edited footage to your lawyer if necessary.

Remember the good old days when luxury items such as this dash cam would be sold to us po’folk at price that made us feel like we could pretend to be part of the wealthy crowd with our new gadget?

Guess I will have to stick with Panablonic or Sorny dash cam :disappointed: Too rich for me.

have a modern car? doesn’t matter if you have a dash cam, all the telemetry data is stored in the computers these days, your very own little “black box”. so they will get it anyway, no point in worrying about it.

These are typically marketed to performance drivers who want telemetry and video for track day sessions. Way too fancy for the Russian dashcam YouTubers.

Why pay 300 when you can pay 30 at Sears?

^^^ This. This dashcam is not for the average Joe looking to protect themselves in the event of an accident or for someone trying to make a Driving Fail YouTube vid… this is for people who race their cars on a real track and can make use of the telemetry data to analyze the performance of the car as well as their performance as a driver.

What’s Sears?

Really dude? It’s a famous store at practically all the malls

Works pretty good for us Jeep types too. Tells us how fast we roll over and over, down the hill, into the valley below.