THINKWARE F750 DASH CAM REVIEW

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Thinkware is one of newest innovators in the dash camera market and is looking to both protect and record your drive with its F750 dash camera. The camera includes road alerts and various safety features that hope to separate it from the growing number of competitors. We spent some time with both the F750 and the Thinkware Rearview camera to see if the combo is up to snuff.

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In the box

The Thinkware F750 system comes with the main camera unit, a 12v car charger, adhesive mounting tape, 16GB MLC Type MicroSD Memory Card, and a MicroSD card adaptor. The MicroSD card is a proprietary device sold by Thinkware that has 512mb flash memory dual support to save a backup clip of any emergency recording. The body of the F750 camera is made up of hard plastic with a rotating metal cylinder that contains the camera lens.

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https://www.digitaltrends.com/car-accessory-reviews/thinkware-f750-dash-cam-review/#/11

 

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