Test 4 Accessories
What extra bits of kit are provided?
All of the cameras come with either an adhesive or suction mount and an in-car charger – usually in the form of a car charger with a USB port and a separate cable, rather than a single cable. You’ll need to have the power plugged in pretty much all of the time as a dashcam isn’t something you can charge at home and take in and out of your car; it just won’t last. Like Nextbase, the RAC cam also features a Mini-HDMI to full-size HDMI port for hooking up to a TV or monitor, but no cable is included (Nextbase provides one, which is a nice extra). You get short and long USB ones, though. In terms of value, Transcend stands out for its Wi-Fi capability and second camera, with Snooper a close second, again due to Wi-Fi, and both have a capacious MicroSD card. Nextbase is alone in not including a card, though Garmin’s 4GB one is pretty limited.