If you’re looking for a great bang-for-the-buck car dash cam, then you’re probably checking out some of Azdome’s products. To make your life a little bit easier, today we’re going to compare two of their best cameras, the recently launched Azdome DAB211 sporting an Ambarella A12 chip and the Azdome GS65H powered by a Novatek96655.
Externally, the main difference between the two cameras is the presence of a secondary camera on the GS65H. This makes the dashcam one of a kind, which is also why it’s having the success it has.
Let’s now get inside both dashcams, down below you can check out a full specs comparison.
As we can see in the spec sheet, the two dash cams pack really different processors and image sensors, so it’s quite hard to say which looks better by looking at that. What we can say for certain is that the DAB211 will shoot more detailed videos at 1440p, vs the 1080p top res on the GS65H. Both dash cams use 150-degree wide lenses on the main camera, 130-degree for the secondary on the GS65H.
Features wise, the Azdome DAB211 seem to be better equipped with tons of interesting functionalities, the GS65H has less of them, but it still packs all the basic ones.
You can click here if you want to learn more about the Azdome DAB211 on the official website. As for the Azdome GS65H, you’ll find more details at this link. For further questions, ask them directly to Azdome on their Facebook page.
Which dash cam would you guys get? Do you prefer higher res or dual cameras? Let us know down below!