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Amazon Price:$169.99(as of November 18, 2018 2:52 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.
Garmin Dash Cam 30 and 35 standalone HD driving recorders serve as the eyewitness to your drive. Wide viewing angles offer outstanding cam protection and clear, crisp video footage in intense sunlight or low-light conditions. Count on the Incident Detection (G-sensor) to instantly save video footage on effect; files are stored on the changeable micro SD card (included). Dash Cam 35 adds valuable driver awareness warnings and GPS records exactly when and where occurrences happened. Both designs can take still images, from inside or outside your car, to catch close-up collision damage. Play back video right on the display, or utilize Garmin Dash CamPlayer to review later your computer. Notice: Some jurisdictions regulate or forbid use of this device. It is your obligation to understand and adhere to applicable laws and rights to personal privacy in jurisdictions where you plan to use this device.
A good dash cam with some design issues, and the traffic camera notification costs extra.
on November 15, 2015
By R. N. French
Overall this is a very solid dash cam. As background, I’ve had a Garmin Dash Cam 20 for about a year. I’m putting that camera in my wife’s car and I bought the 35 for mine. I’m a big fan of Garmin products. The build quality is very good, the unit is compact and lightweight and setup is quick and easy. Video quality at 1080P is excellent and the camera adjusts to changes in light conditions smoothly and well. Night videos are clear and usable. This is a good, reliable choice if you want a no hassle dash cam.
Great Quality–something you can’t find with other cheap alternatives
on January 11, 2016
By Bottom Line Up Front
Finally installed the Dash Cam 35 in my 2016 Honda Pilot and I love it. The video is clear and I have no issues with it. I love the high quality nature of the product and I’m glad I got this over some no-name alternative that seem to be full of fake reviews.
This dash camera have saved me within the first month; already paid for itself!
on January 20, 2017
This dash camera has been great. It’s easy to setup and use. Right out of the box when it’s plugged in it starts recording. I don’t like that you have to subscribe to receive the full database for the speed camera alerts, so I just have that feature shut off. I mounted it at the top of my windshield on the drivers side, to the left of my rear view mirror. I had a shop wire an additional 12v power outlet on my drivers side foot area so the power cord from the dash camera would be hidden in the panels, and so it didn’t permanently take up a factory power outlet from my car. I had them install the outlet to the ‘accessory’ wire to the car so it will shut off when I turn the car off and vise-versa.
Buy one for each car…or just get another brand.
on July 8, 2017
By MAJ S
This has too much proprietary tech. Mount must be affixed to the windshield using a double sided adhesive. One adhesive piece is on the mount and an additional one is included. It will be seen how easy it comes off to move it to another car. Forget using in a rental. There are some aftermarket mounts but you will most likely block the camera view in some amount. A suction cup mount would be too big. The mini USB power cable has exclusive Motorola tech copied by Garmin that recognizes data or power mode. You cannot replace the supplied car adaptor to mini USB cable with an off the shelf USB to mini USB and use a built in USB outlet or a car charger adaptor. It will only power up in data mode if you use an off the shelf cable. So save some headache and just order a dual cigarette adaptor if you are using another powered device. The other option is to hard wire the device using a Garmin kit. Bottom line this is not good if you plan to move between several cars or have other powered devices in your car. When is Wahoo going to start making dash cameras?
Garmin Dash Cam 35 a great choice.
on March 3, 2016
By K. Todd
Have been using the Garmin Dash Cam 35 a couple of months now and it works great. Can not say that for the previous dash cam(Blackview BL950) I purchased from Amazon, but was able to return it and eventually get this Dash Cam 35. The only issue with the Garmin Dash Cam 35 is the power cord is to short to allow placing the camera at the top of the windshield and run the cord around the outside edge of the windshield to the power outlet. The cord that comes with the camera is only 5 ft. long. I contacted Garmin support which provided me a part number for a longer power cord which was $24.99 plus shipping of $10.00 to resolve my issue. In the daytime the camera captures excellent video, but at night it does not capture as good details. This camera does not record audio, which was one of the reasons I purchased this model.
Garmin Dash Cam 35 works great….
on March 4, 2017
By One-Day Reversal
Product works great…Have no problems with the unit.