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Old 04-08-14, 05:37 PM   #61
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i brought one off ebay for about 10 , it just sticks in window and plugs into lighter socket and you just buy a sd card for it , it works just as good as an expensive one ,
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This second camera is much better.

The sucker has fallen off only twice in the last 6 months.

The lens is fixed to the front and you can see the 'live' picture on the screen to the rear of the camera - it is not inverted as the other camera, it is the correct way up.

If you place it on the top of the windscreen - it's hidden from outside view by the shaded around the rear view mirror.

Only one minor criticism - which is probably because I use it in my diesel 307.

The camera starts up when first supplied with power and closes down when the power goes off (it does have a battery but this doesn't last long at all).

In a diesel you turn the key to turn on the glow plugs (ciggy lighter socket goes live - camera turns on). When you turn the key further to engage the starter motor, the ignition goes off momentarily and then on again. This shuts down the camera. The way around this is to start the diesel like a petrol - but as the glow plugs are rarely used this shouldn't be a problem except in really cold weather.

I found out that there are two versions of this camera - the 'genuine' ones with glass lenses have a silver trim around the lens - the 'fake' ones with a plastic lens have no such trim - the lens surround is totally black.

Buy one, you won't be disappointed.
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Hi,
Below is a list of in car cameras that a number of our schemes give discounts for.
Regards,
Dan.

ChilliBongo
ForView FHX 2000 & FHX 1000
Auto Eye UK
MI Witness HD Camera
Black Vue 380 & 400 G.HD
VCAM
IPIXI
Next Base InCarCam Lite / Deluxe / Professional Models
SmartCam2
Smart Witness Cameras
Exeros HD Car Cameras -l HD 1080P model within built speed camera detection
Roadhawk Forward Facing DC1
Novus System View I Ruby and Silver Systems
TTW Black Vue Cameras
Phantom Cameras
Silent Witness SW010
Glas to see a list but no so impressed by the prices. B interesting to see reviews against those sold at well below 100. So far my less than 50 model with a second camera for the rear is performing well. I suppose, like all things, you pays your money......
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