Updated 30 Nov 2016

Uniden

iGO CAM 755

Snapshot: The Uniden iGO CAM 755 HD dashcam has a parking mode and records GPS location and speed data. But was its image quality up to scratch?

iGO CAM 755
Consumer score
SCORE
Avg price

$300

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Test results

Overall score
63
Daylight
?/10
Artificial light
?/10
Low light
?/10
Angle of view
?/10
Ease of use
?/10

Good points

  • OK picture in daylight.
  • OK picture in artificial light.
  • OK angle of view.
  • OK to use.
  • Detects impacts
  • Has parking mode.
  • Records GPS location and speed.
  • Can take still photos.

But

  • Just OK picture in low light.

How we test

Overall score includes:

Daylight picture (30%) was assessed outdoors on a sunny day.
Picture in artificial light (10%) was assessed in a well-lit covered car park (approximately 500-1000 lux).
Picture in low light (10%) was assessed with the subject lit by headlights (approximately 50 lux).

Picture quality was assessed while the vehicle was stationary and moving. We looked for clarity of image, detail, any blurring from vibration, and how well colours were represented.

Angle of view (30%) includes vertical and horizontal coverage.
Ease of use (20%) includes installation, set-up, ease of mounting and removing the camera, adjusting settings and viewing recordings.

Key data

Model

Avg price
$300

Features

Mount
Suction
Memory card
Micro SD
Card included
No
Built-in display
2.7
Vertical resolution
1296
Rear camera (resolution)
No
GPS location and time
Yes
GPS navigation
No
Automatic start
Yes
Impact detect
Yes
Parking mode
Yes
Still photos
Yes
Sound recording
Yes

More Info

Notes
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Availability
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