This isn’t the first time that we have discussed the myGEKO Gear Dashcams, and I was pleased to try out the Orbit 956, which is good for recording in the front in 4K and the rear in 1080p.
So, here’s the deal with product: not only can you record some footage from the front and back of your car, but you can view, download, and share the footage from the dash cam using the Wi-Fi connection. Not only that, the myGEKO Gear Orbit 956 has GPS logging and can track speed and location. This way, if you have an incident to report, you have it on video so you can use it in court. The best part is that the camera can support 128 GB worth of video footage, and it has a 32 GB MicroSD card included.
That’s all well and good, but I believe that the proof is indeed in the pudding. So I have a video of me driving around with actual footage taken from the myGEKO Gear Orbit 956.
You can see that the front-facing camera is really producing some great content, useful for those who are programming self-driving vehicles. As I said before, the front-facing footage is 4K, and the rear footage is in 1080p. That rear-facing camera footage is filmed with kind of a wide-angle lens, and this footage will appear on the screen as you are driving.
Now, this is one of those dashcams that you have to mount on the front, then plug it into the cigarette lighter/charging port. Then you mount that rear camera in the back, and have to feed the wire to the front camera. So that installation isn’t too lengthy, and it is great to have a product like this.
If you want to know more, check out our video below. If that is enough to make you purchase the product, then head on over to the myGEKO Gear website and pay $199.99 for it.