Garmin’s first front/interior camera proves again that good things come in small packages.
With the Dash Cam Tandem, Garmin has finally nailed its dash formula. Along with existing small size, full feature set, clever magnetic mounting system and the improved motion compensation from company’s last generation of front dash cams, you now get an interior camera. Yup, ride-givers who want to document the cockpit goings on while on duty now have a Garmin option. Judging from my hands-on, you should be happy.
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