Test 2 Con­nec­tiv­ity

Ways to get at your footage

Mac Format - - APPLE CHOICE -

As well as all fea­tur­ing GPS so your cam­era can pin­point your lo­ca­tion at any point, a grow­ing num­ber of dash­cams – the Asus, Tran­scend and Snooper ones here – fea­ture Wi-Fi con­nec­tiv­ity that you can en­able at will (Asus has a ded­i­cated but­ton for this). This is pri­mar­ily de­signed for easy down­load­ing of footage, nor­mally to an iOS or An­droid app; you’ll need to con­nect your iOS de­vice to the cam­era’s built-in Wi-Fi net­work. This is great if you’re in­volved in an in­ci­dent as you can im­me­di­ately back up the ap­pro­pri­ate video seg­ment. The po­lice of­ten want dash­cam footage sub­mit­ted to them, or will want your Mi­croSD card. All the cam­eras fea­ture Mini- or Mi­cro-USB con­nec­tors that plug in to your Mac us­ing a stan­dard ca­ble (in­cluded). Equally, you can put the Mi­croSD card in a card reader, as it works just like a dig­i­tal cam­era.

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