As promised, another value for money gadget from Xiaomi. Xiaomi is a well known brand for most Malaysian of it’s peripherals devices available in the market.
Introducing Mijia Dashcam which I bought it in one of the online store in Malaysia with the price of around Rm200. For the price of an mid-range dashcam, this is considered a good deal.
Setting with Nimitz mount. On the left-up would be the Viofo A119 Dashcam
|Product Specifications & Features :|
|Sensor||Sony Exmor IMX323|
|Lens||F1.8 large aperture, 160° wide-angle lens|
|Display Screen||3.0 inch TFT HD LCD|
|Video Max Resolution||1920×1080|
|Microphone & Speaker||Built-in|
|Loop cycle recording||Support|
|MicroSD Card storage||Max storage 64Gb|
|Battery||Built-in 240 mAh battery|
|Interface Type||Micro USB|
|App Control||Supported with IOS or Android|
Inside the box:
Contents: 1x Mijia dashcam, 1x 90° angled micro USB Cable, 1x USB Chargher, 1x Pry bar, 1x mount double side tape, 1x spare double sided tape(for mount), 2x Electrostatics films, 1x Manual in Chinese
Phone application for Mijia Dashcam
Alright, now this is the best parts. All in Chinese and there aren’t firmware update for English version yet ( I assume there will be). Well, worry less as Mr. CKJ has translated
it for those who don’t read Chinese but wish to get this dashcam.
The setting is pretty simple and straight forward. The price itself is affordable for a mid-range dashcam and as I did mention before in my post 360 J511C Dashcam, both can be rival but from the video footage it seems Mijia Dashcam did a better job than 360 J511C Dashcam. Well, I would say Pros & Cons in between both of them. I am not really sure till Mr CKJ write out an review for the battle of 360 J511C Dashcam vs. Mijia Dashcam and you judge it! Stay Tuned…..
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