Don't-Miss Camera Stories
The Cobra CDR 900 offers advanced features including a smartphone app and Wi-Fi connectivity, so the lack of GPS is baffling.
The KDLinks X1 has the widest field of view of any dash cam we tested, but it falls short in a few key areas.
The ThinkWare X500’s advanced features—especially the ability to record front and rear—set it apart from the crowd. But the interface is counterintuitive and an alternative suction mounting system should be provided.
Garmin's Nuvicam LMTHD is the cream of our crop of dashcams, with a huge touchscreen display and high-quality video. A unit this nice needs to be easier to conceal, though, and its
Garmin's Dash Cam 20 is the simplest and easiest-to-use GPS dash cam in our roundup, but it's pricey for the features.
Uniden's system has nice hardware. Too bad the software isn't up to par.
This cloud-based security system delivers features galore, but it’s far from perfect.
We took the Samsung Galaxy S6 around San Francisco to see what kind of photos it takes. It almost beat out Apple's iPhone 6 Plus.