The egg-shaped $160 Nexar Pro dash cam and its matching egg-shaped discreet inside camera distinguish a fantastic way on the growing market by rectangular or square-shaped design. Mostly in price is the Nexar Pro, one of the more expensive dash cam solutions that offer cloud storage.
Design and Features
When used separately, the front camera of the Nexar Pro records 720p video at 30 frames per second. However, when the internal camera is joined, the frame rate lowers to 25. Oddly, the Nexar dashcam camera chose 720p since front captures have traditionally used 1080p quality for a few years.
The Nexar Pro GPS dash cam system has a module that acts as a valuable lever for compressing the suction cup (a sticky attachment is provided for an additional $15). The Nexar Dashcam with less-priced Beam uses the phone’s GPS and must be constantly connected to provide location data. This is one of the factors that make this camera a “Pro.”
Instead of a suction attachment, the inside camera of Nexar Pro uses a small, temporary adhesive mount. With a fast micro-USB connection, simply link it to the primary camera. One could use it as a rear cam if the cord were longer.
A USB auxiliary port converter and Type-A to mini-USB cable are included in the Nexar Pro to charge the device. The primary camera is linked to the Gps receiver by a short mini-USB cable, which is also connected to the power supply. The sole components of the Nexar Pro are the lens body, a micro SD card slot, and ports for the different attachments.
Despite being 720p, the Nexar Pro catches are pretty impressive. Although neither is competing for best in class, they are competitive with both Beam’s 1080p captures, undoubtedly because of better lenses and even a better sensor. Both are effective and indirect in intense light, which has also been handled nicely, not blown out the whole image and exterior day images displayed good color saturation & good detail.
The cabin camera of Nexar Pro, which records the very same 720p, 25 fps video, is the second factor in the Nexar pro classification. It is essential for those providing rides to keep track of events within the vehicle. Interior shots don’t need to record license plate numbers, and the 720p is standard. 10 infrared lamps encircle the inside camera’s lens of Nexar Pro.
Pros and Cons
- Unusual and lovely style.
- GPS is included in the mount.
- Video quality is excellent in 720p day and night.
- Nexar Dashcam app first connectivity problems.
- The Interior camera must be attached to the screen.
- Can strain the battery of the phone.