Dash cam

Qubo Car Dash Cam Pro: unboxing and first look

Unboxing and first look

Already a popular car accessory in many countries, dash cams are becoming more and more popular among Indian drivers, and for very good reason – they can help you out of a sticky situation and save you money. a bunch of involuntary expenses at the same time. After all, it’s a camera that continuously records the view of the road as you drive and acts as your undisputed eyewitness to prove your innocence in the event of a collision. Think of it as a slightly rudimentary GoPro for your car.

Skoda Slavia front view

So, the internet is flooded with a whole bunch of dash cams with different specifications, varying video quality, and gyroscope-based features. Although you can get entry-level models for as low as Rs 1,500, the quality of these cameras is questionable. Meanwhile, premium ones start at around Rs 6,000 and come with more features other than basic registration. The one we have here is the Qubo Car Dash Cam Pro and what makes it special is that it was developed specifically for Indian roads.

Skoda Slavia front view

Priced at Rs 4,000 after offers, the Qubo Dash Cam Pro is ready to use and includes the main camera (without the screen) but with an integrated windshield adhesive mount, a mini USB 3.5 cable m, double-sided tape and a car charger. More importantly, you also get a pry tool that makes it easy to install the camera on your own.

Skoda Slavia front view

Now let’s start with the camera itself, the Qubo Dash Cam Pro rocks a 2-megapixel image sensor with a wide-angle lens, of course. The sensor records in full HD or 1080p at 30 frames per second. Like all dash cams in this price range, it comes with a G-force sensor that detects if the car has taken a hit. As for storage, the camera supports Class 10 SD cards with capacity up to 256GB with loop recording. The latter will automatically overwrite the non-essential part when the memory card is full. As for the quality of the accessories and the packaging, we found both to be quite good.

Skoda Slavia front view

The camera itself is very light but under investigation, although we haven’t yet found out how well the built-in sticky mount holds up. Now that it’s unboxed and ready to install, it’s time to see if the process of mounting the Qubo Dash Cam Pro to our car’s windshield is as easy as the other dash cams we have. tested in the past. More information about it and its performance will be revealed in the next report, so stay tuned.

Pictures of Kaustubh Gandhi