COBRA CDR 895 D REVIEW

Many modern dash cameras are great at capturing all the action that lies ahead of your vehicle but can’t show the rear or footage of the interior. Cobra is joining the growing number of companies offering a dual-camera system with their newest 895 D to help give you a full view. We took a look to see if any blind spots remain with this latest addition.

Initial camera setup

Out of the box, you will get a similar camera design found in the Cobra 855 BT system for the front camera. This camera features the same 160-degree viewing angle and 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution at 30fps, but does not have the Bluetooth connection capability for GPS tracking. The rear camera has a 130-degree viewing angle and a 1280 x 720 pixel resolution at 30fps. Its design is compact and cylindrical, similar to the rear camera from the BlackVue system. It adheres to the glass with a 3M adhesive and is not easily removable once set in place while up front, a suction mount is included and attaches to a quick release bracket that lets you slide the camera off easily.

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