Among the smaller dash cams we've tested, vantrue n1 pro mini is one of the smallest with dimensions that make it a good choice if you want to hide it behind your rearview mirror. It still has a decent field of view thanks to its 160-degree wide angle lens and a Sony image sensor. The image quality is commendable, even at 1080p and license plates are readable in most situations.
It's easy to set up too, with the usual four buttons found on the side of the screen and a power button on the top. There's a mini-USB port for power and data and you can choose between loop recording, happy-snap mode, emergency save and parking mode. The camera is also equipped with a G-sensor that locks the footage in case of an accident. The only thing missing is GPS which can be added for an extra cost, if you really want to know your speed.
It supports 24 hours seamless loop recording, overwriting the oldest file to free up space for new recordings. The F1. 8 big aperture with Sony sensor and 6 layer glass lens enables to pull in more lights, improving the video quality in low light conditions. Time lapse mode keeps taking photos at specified intervals and auto edits them into a video clip, greatly saving the memory for your SD card. It can also record a long duration video without audio. Built in mic provides excellent audio recording and can be turned off if needed. Its high heat resistance chip and NT96658 superior chipset offer longer lifetime and stable performance. It comes with 18 Months Warranty and Satisfied Service.