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I was just looking at johntech's comments about his in car camera and was wondering if any one had a recommendation. A while back the Enemy was a victim of a low life who braked very hard for no apparent reason, she went into the back of them and, well, you can guess what happened next. We had a rep. come out from the insurance co. who told us that two of them in the car had a record of claiming for whiplash etc.
It makes me wonder if it would be worth considering one. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
 

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Sorry to hear about your rear end bump.I've got a RoadHawk camera. Hadone for more than 4 years and use a 16GB SD card which I change on the 1st of each month. I keep the used card for 6 months, just in case of a problem.
16GB lasts me for around 1000 miles. Some makes won't work on an Apple computer.
The RoadHawk is not cheap but, they work and the after-sales service is perfect. Mine had a fault after 18 months and they swapped it for a new one at no charge or question.
They can be hard wired or plug into the cigar socket and mount behind the interior mirror out of you line of view.
 

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A member of this Forum who doesn't seem to visit any more, sometimes does group buys for such thingson the other forum. You could try dropping Boss fox a pm.
 

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Edward, Derek, thanks for the replies - I'm in no rush as the bump happened about 18 months ago to our old Disco, broke the side & head light and bent the bumper a bit, the Laguna was bent like a banana.
I'm going to do a bit of googleing as well before I go any further.
 

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Hi Epicyclic,
I've two in our beastie covering front and rear views. Also put one in wife's Citigo.
Got them at Maplins and they were fairly cheap to buy at only £69.99 for the more expensive HD version. They work on a 2.5 hour loop wih a 16GB card. Also worth mentioning is the fact that they have 'night vision' capability.
You can playback and view on the built in screen or alternatively download to your PC. I also leave them on when I park in an 'iffy' area and make use of the 'permanently live' 12 volt cigarette lighter.
Hope this helps,
Shanco
 

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I have a BlackVue mounted facing forward. My son gave it to me as a present when we purchased the car. He bought it through his car forum, Disco3.co.uk, in a group purchase. Other son has just done the same for his Disco. Dear, but good.
 

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