PruVeeo Q2 front and rear dashcam

I recently bought a new dashcam, Pruveeo Q2, for my car to replace my A118 dashcam.

Unfortunatly, it did not fit the current mounts that I had so I installed it in my wifes 2013 Mazda5 instead

Her G1W dashcam wasn’t working as well anymore so she was going to get my old one.   But this works too.

You can see the full video review for it below.

I bought this Pruveeo Q2 from Amazon for $79.99 Canadian and added a 32GB Lexar 633x MicroSD card for another $25.

Now I don’t think that you need to be told WHY you need a dashcam, but if you don’t have one, now is the time to buy one.

You can find the Pruveeo Q2 here: Amazon

The front facing camera on the Pruveeo Dashcam is a very crisp 1080 resolution.  The rear camera isn’t nearly as good and you won’t be using it for capturing detail or license plates.  But it should save your bacon in case of an accident which is why it’s there.

Compared to my A188 dashcam, I think that the Pruveeo is head and shoulders more clear.  I will have to buy a second one myself just for my car.

It could also be that I’m running a faster MicroSD card in the new camera but I really think that it’s just the camera CMOS chip and lense iteself.   Plus having that rear camera is really handy.

You can see the full review and installation in the video below.

Let me know if you need any follow up information for it.

Morning Coffee – short film

So I picked up Final Cut Pro for my Mac Mini awhile ago.

I am fine with iMovie but I thought that I’d spend the extra cash and step up my game.

To be honest, it’s not much different but I do like it.

I made this quick short film on a Sony HX50 camera with FCPx just to see how it worked

The ending was supposed to be different but watching me on camera sipping a coffee didn’t have the same effect so I borrowed the star of the film.

He was not impressed with it.

Maybe I’ll submit it to the Cannes Film Festival..