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The AM-M80 car dash camera is one of the most compact 1080p we have tested to date. This camera is a 1.3MP resolution with a 120º viewing angle. G-shock sensor to record and protect accidents. The color LCD display is 1.5″ since the unit size is so small. The Amacam AM-M80 should easily fit behind any rear view mirror. If you are looking for the most compact this it. It comes with a 30 day money back guarantee.
This compact Amacam AM-M80 camera has many features of the higher priced cameras. There is an HDMI output jack so you can watch your recorded videos on you home TV.
The Amacam AM-M80 has loop recording, G-shock sensor and many more features. Setup is made easy with the built-in LCD. The LCD screen allows you to view the camera during setup and recorded videos. Installation will only take a few minutes using the supplied suction cup mount. Connect up the supplied cable to a switched power lighter plug and its ready to go.
As you could see in the sample video the Amacam AM-M80 camera has 1080p quality is clear and crisp in the daytime. The one thing we noticed is the AM-M80 takes a bit of time to compensate for light level changes. In normal mostly sunny conditions the Amacam AM-M80 has good clear video. Night time use is okay in a city that well lit with street lights. The 120º viewing angle is adequate for this camera. Based on this viewing angle the front of the vehicle will be shown but not much of the sides.
The Amacam AM-M80 uses a suction cup to mount on the windshield behind the rear view mirror. It can be adjusted in any direction and any angle. This means any windshield angle or position can be accommodated. The supplied power cable is 12′ long so it should reach any power jack.
This is one of the smallest cameras we have reviewed. The video quality is a good for this camera. The angle is wider at 120 degrees. If your budget is lower or this is your first camera it may be okay for you.