On the Go, See it All
For the past eight years, OMBAR has dedicated its efforts to dash cam and software development as its primary areas of focus. Offering frontier technology products to customers is something we firmly believe in.
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With dual camera lenses, the Ombar DC42 captures footage in both front and rear views in high definition, allowing for clear identification of license plates and road signs. Its Super Night Vision with WDR is especially useful for low-light conditions. The built-in GPS records your driving route and speed. Additionally, the dash cam's loop recording feature ensures that no crucial evidence is lost, while the G-sensor auto-detects collisions and locks files to prevent them from being overwritten.
In general, the images are clear and bright, and it’s easy to see what is going on. However, it’d difficult to read road signs and almost impossible to read license plates. From what I understand, the quality of this imagery is no worse than other dash cams – apparently they all produce relatively mediocre imagery; but it’s better than a lot of the dash cams out there. The Ombar DC42 is easily installed, produces reasonable quality images, and even comes with a 64GB SD card, saving you that additional cost.
We liked the compact size and a decent build quality of the Ombar Dash Cam. The kit has both front and rear cameras and installation process was a breeze. The package has all the necessary tools/components for a DIY installation.
The quality of the main/front dash cam is very good. The footage in daylight as well as nighttime is very viewable. The rear cam does a pretty decent job during daylight but not that effective during nighttime. If you are looking for a dual dash cam kit (front and rear cameras) at an affordable price, the Ombar Dash Cam DC42 is a pretty decent choice.
The OMBAR Dash Cam is an absolute pleasure to use. I’ve used quite a few dash cams over the years, but this one was probably the easiest to install and set up. Installation and the initial setup took less than 10 minutes. The instructions are extremely clear and easy to follow. The 64GB SD card is already inside the front camera when you open the box. I couldn’t be happier with the video quality. It’s clear and easy to see details. Even inside the car at night, you can make out details in high-quality black and white footage. And it’s nice having an inside camera to monitor activity in the car. Plus, it’s always a nice bonus when an SD card is included for storage.
Ombar 4K front and 1080 rear dash cam takes very good daytime captures, and good night captures from the front, if not the absolute best I’ve seen from a 4K UHD dash cam. Detail is plentiful and the color nicely saturated. It’s also slim, good looking, easy to install, and easy to use.
The OnCam app is a handier way to change settings and provides a live view as well as playback of previously captured videos. And unlike some cam apps, it connected quickly and without hassle.
The real kicker is the low price — you don’t find many competent dual-channel dash cams for this price.