70mai Car DVR – 1S APP English Voice Control 70mai 1S D06/1080P HD Night Vision 70mai 1S Dash Camera Recorder – WiFi 70mai Dash Cam
Display Size: <3″
Certification: CE, FCC
Memory Card Required Reding Speed: Class 10
Imaging Sensor: Sony IMX307
OSD Language: English, Russia, Russian
Rear Camera: NONE
Max External Memory: 64G
Item No.: 70mai 1S
Cable Length: 3.5M
WIFI: IEEE 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz
Video resolution: 1080P, 30FPS
China Warehouse: English/Russian/Japanese/Korean
Russia Warehouse: English/Russian/Japanese/Korean
Camera Lens/Aperture: 2G2P/F2.2
Dimensions: 12 * 10.50 * 4(CM)
Working Temperature: Minus 10 Degrees – 60 Degrees
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Frank H –
Had this nextbase camera fitted, it’s good quality, picture is good, have not got me head around night vision, will have to go into settings
Mr P . Dawes –
Best dash Camera I ever got or seen. Picture quality is very good with good fast responding AGC and no tearing, however the mount is fiddly to remove camera for security purposes. It also doesn’t mount the camera close enough to the screen so that reflections off the screen from the dash can be seen in the image which is distracting. It could do with being much closer to the screen with a baffle to obscure the light from the sides. Mount not particularly secure either as it fell off the first time I used it, dropping my camera into the dash and then onto the floor. The camera also wobbles around under vertical and lateral movement of the vehicle.
Video files are broken up into small 1minute chunks in both 4k and low resolution and will fill the micro SD card very quickly, 64GB will last around 3hour 14minutes then start over writing the start which was sadly not long enough to retain video footage of two idiots overtaking someone attempting to turn right (UK) which I captured 4 hours previously.
Another issue which is becoming more of an issue over the months I’ve been using this is the fact it does not have brown out protection so if battery voltage dips during engine start then it can crash the Dashcam and won’t recover until the internal battery voltage has dies which could take 2 hours or more.
Donwader J –
I gave this a go, but have to say it’s pot luck whether you will capture reg plates you can make out. Tried different resolutions, and some times the reg plate is just a pixelated mess.
After all these years making dash cams, why can’t nextbase concentrate on making a camera that primarily has the best resolution.
If you have a rear camera connected, there is a compromise on resolution settings, the higher you set the front camera, the lower the resolution of the rear camera.!!
In low light capturing reg plates is about impossible.
I had high hopes for this camera but it disappoints.
If you have someone making a dangerous manoeuvre in front of you and you want to save the footage to possibly upload to the nextbase reporting portal, you end up chasing the vehicle and getting close if you can to get a shot of the reg plate, not good.
I traded up to the 622, which I’m now testing. But it’s a lot extra to pay for a couple of extra resolution settings and not downgrading the rear camera.
Forget about bells and whistles like what three words and Alexa, just make a decent affordable camera?
Paul F –
We bought this because we had problems reading license plates with other models. Only real issue we have had is that it occasionally reports a memory card error, and has to be reformatted to continue. We asked NextBase, who said we needed to use one of the High Endurance SD cards – from them or from SanDisk. We bought the SanDisk version, which reduced the number of such problems, but has not eliminated them. Just hope it doesn’t happen when we need to recover video footage.
Mark J –
I took some time researching which dash cam was good. I decided to go with the 4K dash cam as I wanted to make sure I could read the number plates properly. This has definitely been worth it and I have even convinced a family member to purchase one after reviewing my capture content. Night time driving is fine, obviously no dash cam is going to be excellent.
The update process for the firmware was a little painful but eventually worked successfully. The features are good, even if the display is very basic looking. The sensitivity can be a little too much but this can be changed. Audio quality isn’t great but it’s fine for the purpose required.
Adjusting the dash cam using the software is easy enough but not really necessary using this method. The suction cup mount is fairly sturdy and sticks to the windscreen well with some rare falls (remember to thoroughly clean the windscreen before reapplying the suction cup mount).
I would say that the 12v connector feels cheap and did come apart, which I had to repair myself. The magnetic lock/click feels like it has gotten loose over time/use but remains on the mount with issues (so far). The dash cam gets very hot as it’s a 4K unit working hard. In the summer this isn’t so bad with the air con vent pointed at it and in the winter it’s cold enough. Make sure to use a proper class 10 memory card and at least 64GB.
Arfon J –
Quality dash-cam with some useful features