After considering dozens of dash cams for this guide, and ultimately selecting 10 for testing, the Z-Edge Z3 came out solidly on top.
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Every time I get behind the wheel, I use the Zero Edge Technology Z-Edge Z3 to record everything happening in front of me.
Incidentally, this has made me a believer in the technology’s use and usefulness—it’s now safe to say I’ll be using these things for the rest of my driving days, and am looking forward to tracking the technology as it continues to evolve.
You need a dash cam if you’re concerned about being the victim of an accident and want documentary footage that you could provide to an insurance company or the police, for a lawsuit, or at a criminal trial.
But there are more entertaining and socially useful purposes, as well.
You’ve almost certainly seen the You Tube footage of meteor strikes (again in Russia) and from police cars.Its images are just a hair too dark compared with the Z3, but they still blow most other dash cams out of the water, leading us to recommend this as an alternative choice if it’s competitively priced with the Z3 or the Z3 isn’t available.If you live where temperatures regularly cook your car, we recommend the Spy Tec G1W-CB.Dash cams became popular first in Russia, where insurance fraud is a widespread problem.Drivers installed cameras to show their side of the story when others claimed the driver was at fault.I’ve been an automotive and consumer-technology journalist for 15 years, contributing not only to The Wirecutter, but also Gear Patrol, Popular Science, Wired, Men’s Health, and many other outlets.