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  Posted by Guest - Zeroedge Dashcam Menu Options :
Here are the default settings for the Zeroedge dashcam when you first set it up.

Video resolution is set to max:
I set mine to 1280 x 720 HD video, still good video but not nearly as much space as higher setting.

Audio:
Default is on.  I turn mine off, I dont want vehicle conversations on there, thats kind of cheesy.

Loop recording time on zeroedge is 5 minutes:
You can set it to 3 minutes or 5 minutes, either is fine.

Parking monitor mode is off.

Motion detection is off.


Overall on zeroedge dashcam you dont need to setup anything really, you can just install it and its ready to go. I would turn off the audio and set the video resolution on this dashcam as I stated above.  I think those are really the key things.

Guest Says:
There are alot of good dashcams out now, prices have really come down so they are fairly cheap.  I would say get one thats easy to figure out since most all have decent video now so thats not an issue.  Make sure its easy to upload video to your mac or windows computer also.

Guest Says:
Thanks for this, I had been looking for these details.  Most of the dashcam reviews I seen online are not very good or don't actually review the dashcam stuff I'm interested in seeing.

Guest Says:
Where is the zeroedge manual?  I'm amazed anyone would sell a dashcam without a manual or at least a small 1 page writeup of basic settings, which is really the only manual anyone needs.  

Guest Says:
Let me cut through the mumble jumble and tell you what to look for when you buy your dash cam.

1) It connects to lighter for power and shuts off automatically when vehicle is off, you never have to touch it.  I assume most do this today.

2) How does the dashcam attach to window or mirror?  I like it to be somewhat non noticeable, and my dashcam attaches with suction cup. Yes it holds well but I dont like it because every 2 months or so I find it on the floor.  No suction cup holds forever, I'm going to look for one that just attaches to back of mirror or something different then just suction cup.

3) Most easily transfer video to computer and most just loop when starting over, I'm not even considering that as I assume all dashcams have this feature today.

4) Night vision!  My video is great during the day, but a good video dashcam that is more expensive I'm sure does better at night as mine gets way to much bright light reflection.  You cant really use night vision features to well on dashcams because they reflect off the glass and doesnt work to well, but you really need a better camera as it kind of defeats the purpose if all night driving just has really dark video.  (Thats a problem with all video type cams of course, and why you usually pay more for better ones).

The other stuff I personally wouldnt worry about much today, as these are the main things.


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