In this video, I check out the Kingslim D6 4K Dual Camera Dash Cam.
This is a fully capable dual-camera dash cam for the car. It records in 4K out the front of the windscreen, and there is a reverse camera that records up to 1080P. It has 170 FOV, IR emitters for the internal camera during night recording, and with Wide Dynamic Range, its sensor has the ability to maintain light exposure during day and night recording for the best video capture recording.
With Wi-Fi network ability, you can download their app and connect to the camera to configure settings for the camera, as well as view past recordings and photos that the camera has taken. You can choose to download these easily to your phone for later use, or take out the SD card and have MP4 files for both individual full-screen front and interior recording video files.
I found the daytime recording to feel natural in its colour, there wasn’t much over-saturation or over-sharpening that many dash cameras seem to come with. Its 4K recording maintains a level of detail, whilst its 170-degree lens allows for wide-angle capture without too much distortion. I was even able to freeze frame passing cars and read their plate numbers, where some dash cameras would be distorted or blurred. Which is a surprise when its 4K capture is at a slow 30fps.
Its rear camera is a nice feature that I could now not live without. It’s great to capture the internal cockpit, both in its entertainment and extra footage of recording slightly behind you (if the camera can see it) as well as capturing the driver and its passengers for any insurance claims such as recording whiplash or dangers before, during and after an incident.
Its price and mounting options and accessories, as well as its decent capture recordings, make the D6 camera from Kingslim a dash cam worthy of putting on your shortlist.
0:00 – Overview & unboxing
0:48 – Installation
1:11 – Day Recording
5:18 – Night Recording
8:55 – My Impressions