John bought an Owl Car Cam that shoots forward and backward. Leo says he's been using one as well. Leo says it uploads data to a cloud account with its own dedicated 4G connection. The Owl also gets automatically updated when there's a new firmware.
Johnny bought the Owl Dashcam and needs a few tips. Leo says that the Owl ties into its own LTE connection and communicates to you through your mobile device. It's also voice controlled and can save video clips with a simple command. Johnny is concerned that connecting the Owl to his onboard diagnostic port will void his Audi's warranty. Leo says that connecting to the OBD2 port could give someone access to the car's computer system, but the Owl only draws power from it.
Stacey would like to get a dash cam for her car after a recent accident. Her brother is also an Uber driver. Are there dash cams that record both forward and rear? Leo says yes. It's a huge category and there are plenty to choose from. Leo has been told that Garmin's dash cams are top notch. but they are only forward facing. That chatroom recommends BlackVue, which also records to a mobile device.
Boris is looking for a good Dashcam. Leo says that most of them are all the same with different names, and they're all coming from China. But Leo says that Garmin makes the best ones. The Garmin DashCam 35 is $200. It logs GPS locations and performs well in low light. It records a continuous loop of video in high definition.
Tom wants a dash cam for his car to record just in case he has an accident. Leo says that the Garmin Dash Cam is a great option for about $220. It records in HD, has an LCD screen, and date stamps the date and time on the video. It records on a built-in 4GB card and loops until he needs to keep it.