Dash cameras are not immediately distinguishable from each other with their usual 1080p resolution, 170-degree wide angles, and 3-inch LCD screens. Lesser-known brands are easily dismissed when compared to players like Garmin.
But the curiously named Apeman C450 breaks the clutter in more ways than one. Being an inexpensive option offering passable footage rather than a super high-resolution view of the road, this $89 Dash Camera in this space is really a fit for consumers that are looking for a budget and reliable dash cam.
Equipped with a G-Sensor that not only switches the camera on after a collision is detected and locking that video file, it is also capable of detecting movement in three ways: up/down, left/right, forward/backward. Enabling you to set to set the Gravity Sensing to low, medium or high, this allows you to adjust the sensitivity with vehicle movement.
If you decide on getting the C450 dash cam as in a nutshell, its value price point and features are best suited for people who are not too picky with high resolution details, voice control, intuitive display screen and other features that can be found in higher-end cameras. It is the best decent dash camera that you can find available on the market, being capable and overall, well worth its price tag.
Pros: Budget Price, Easy to Operate
Cons: Flimsy Hardware, Night Image Issue