Thank you Atcetera Solutions for providing the Yi Mirror dashcam for review.
Yi product page: Mirror Dashcam
Atcetera Solutions product page: Mirror Dashcam
• Processor: Dual Core CPU
• Sensor: Front – 2-million-pixel high-sensitivity image sensor. Rear – 1-million-pixel high-sensitivity image sensor
• Lens: Front – 138° wide angle lens view. Rear – 120° wide angle lens view
• Aperture: F2.0 for the front cam
• Resolution: Front – 1080p 30fps, 720p 30fps, 480p 30fps. Rear – 720p 30fps
• 4.3″ IPS touchscreen
• Built-in high precision three-axis sensor
• Support up to 64GB microSD card
• Built-in Wi-Fi 802.11n 2.4GHz
• Built-in lithium battery
• Yi mirror dashcam
• Mounting strap
• 90° angled long mini USB cable
• Rear cam
• Rear cam cable
• Mounting tape & screws
• Car USB charger
Yi mirror dashcam
90° angled long mini USB cable
Rear cam cable
Mounting tape & screws
Car USB charger
Will be using 32GB Kingston microSD for the recordings
Using the Yi mirror dashcam touchscreen
Yi dashcam app
The videos below are recorded in 1920×1080 30fps with an overall bit rate of 15.4 Mb/s for the front camera and in 1280×720 30fps with an overall bit rate of 6,050 kb/s for the rear camera.
Decent video quality for the front and rear cameras.
The mounting strap for the mirror dashcam is not that secure causing the mirror dashcam to shake when driving on bumpy roads. Wished they used the spring clamps instead.
Like the blue tint on the mirror which reduces the glare from the headlights from the cars behind when driving at night.
This post has been edited by blurjoey: Aug 1 2018, 01:10 PM