Papago GoSafe 535 Dash Cam w/ 8GB SD Cardsearch

Papago GoSafe 535 Dash Cam w/ 8GB SD Card

Papago GoSafe 535 Dash Cam w/ 8GB SD Card

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I have both, a Samsung EVO Plus 32GB and San Disk Ultra Plus 64GB SD cards. Which card would be my best choice to use in the GoSafe 535? I have heard of the San Disk having problems in dash cams.
is this a new dash cam or is it refurbished?
bigninja
It is new dash cam.
anyone find the android app online? able to contact support for this dash cam by email? aware that batteries left in hot cars get ruined? best to get a dash cam with a capacitor, they can handle high temps.
bigninja
Please contact our service team at service@papagousa.com. They will provide the instruction to download the app. For batteries, the dash cam has been tested in high and low temperature environment.
Do you have to have it plugged in to run? Or just to recharge it?FlashG
Flash22
It is plugged in to run.
How good is it as a helmet cam
Interesting. Can anyone say what this went for last time it dropped?
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Still using the included card, as I haven't got around to buying a larger one. I will go larger, but it's not bubbled to the top of my to-do list yet. Seems OK.
I’m still using the same it’s plenty of space
https://thewirecutter.com/reviews/best-dash-cam/
The Best Dash Cam UPDATED NOVEMBER 9, 2017 Your guides Molly K. McLaughlin Eric Adams After spending more than 40 hours researching 150 dash cams, and driving more than 100 miles to test 12 of the most promising models, we recommend the Papago GoSafe 535 as the best dash cam for most drivers. Its video quality ranked among the best of the models we tested, plus it’s compact and easy to use. The GoSafe 535 also gives you some handy and unobtrusive driver-assist alerts. It delivers outstanding value and doesn’t make you pay for extra features that most drivers don’t need