VanTrue N2 Pro Dual 1080p Dash Cam
VanTrue charges the N2 Pro ($169.99) as the primary scramble cam with double 1080p cameras, so it catches both the read in front of you as well as everything occurring within your vehicle. That by itself ought to draw in the consideration of rideshare drivers, who know that having a record of what happens in your vehicle is similarly essentially as significant as all that occurs outside of it. The back camera is customizable, so it can catch video inside the lodge, or even out the back window assuming you like.
Moreover, the N2 Pro has a programmed stopping mode, however its screen is little and it comes up short on number of highlights you can find in other scramble cams, for example, cell phone network and driver helps. Comparably valued models like the Papago GoSafe 535 proposition greater usefulness for the normal client, however assuming that you're a ride-hail driver hoping to catch what's happening inside your vehicle, the N2 Pro is most certainly worth considering.
Double Cameras, But Few Other Features
The N2 Pro is smaller and formed like an octagon, so it effectively fits on a windshield without impeding the driver's view. It has an opening for a microSD card on the front (it upholds cards up to 256GB, for significant stretches of recording), a connection point for the included windshield mount on top, and a USB power port on the left side. The attractions cup mount is direct and simple to utilize, and conveniently incorporates a second USB power port. The 1.5-inch screen is on the little side contrasted and the 2-inch show on the astounding (though a lot pricier) Garmin W66.
Because of the camera's size and design, the controls feel a piece kludgy. The menu and select buttons are on the base board, while the OK/affirm button is on the back. We at first idea the symbols at the lower part of the little screen were contact controls, which could have been a superior arrangement.
VanTrue N2 Pro scramble cam on windshield inside vehicle
Except if you purchase a discretionary GPS mount, the VanTrue N2 Pro
doesn't have GPS network. We didn't test it with the mount, and that implies we needed to mark the calendar physically, which wasn't the simplest errand utilizing the little fastens.
The Pro's underlying G-sensor starts catching film assuming that an accident is recognized, and the stopping mode consequently begins recording when a knock is identified. The unit additionally makes some extraordinary memories slip by mode that expands recording over significant stretches. Beside this the camera is light on highlights, in any case the fundamental selling point here are those double 1080p cameras.
VanTrue N2 Pro Video Quality
VanTrue N2 Pro screen showing recording choices
The VanTrue N2 Pro's 1080p/30fps film is outstandingly fresh and clear, setting it among the best we've seen from any scramble cam. It's not difficult to make out subtleties, for example, tag data. Indeed, even in the corner of night, the camera's high-goal film sticks out.
This astounding picture clearness is especially obvious by means of the back confronting camera, which effectively catches sharp film of your vehicle's inside and travelers. Contingent upon how you position it, it could in fact show vehicles behind you in the event that you're back finished. The back confronting camera pivots and permits you to change the view tallness, making for a shockingly basic and exquisite answer for catching the perfect point.
In the event that you don't have to record inside the vehicle, the camera upholds single forward looking recording in 2.5K at 30fps or in 1080p at 60fps.
All things considered, the little screen makes seeing playback subtleties troublesome. Also, on the grounds that the N2 Pro misses the mark on buddy cell phone application (or even Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, besides), the best way to see recorded video is by means of microSD card or by associating the unit to a PC.
A Smart Dash Cam for Rideshare Drivers
Assuming that your fundamental need in a scramble cam is video quality, the VanTrue N2 Pro's 1080p film is fantastic. Maybe considerably more significant, the subsequent back confronting camera records what's going on inside your vehicle, and means you don't need to purchase a different scramble cam to look out. For relaxed drivers, the N2 Pro's absence of cell phone availability, cumbersome controls, and little presentation put it in a difficult situation contrasted and different models we've tried. To catch point by point video all through your vehicle throughout extensive stretches of time, in any case, the N2 Pro is not difficult to suggest.