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Blueskysea Motorcycle Dash Cam – Fairly Good for a Lower End Device
If you are looking for a dash cam for your motorcycle, then you will have probably already noticed that there are now a lot more devices available than there once was. More and more riders are installing them on their bikes for safety purposes.
Choosing a dash cam for your bike can be quite a difficult task because there are so many different things to think about. In order to save you some time with your search, we have tested out many different models so that we can give them an honest review.[aawp box=”B07G12NT43″ value=”star_rating” rating=”3.5″]
The one that we are testing and reviewing today is the Blueskysea motorcycle dashboard camera. Please read on below to find out what we thought of the device after we had tested it out.
Features: Dual Lens – 1080P Full HD Resolution – 130 Degree Wide Angle Lens – 2 Channel Recording – Fish Eye Lens – 2.4″ High Resolution LCD Screen – Super Night Vision – Wide Dynamic Range – Loop Recording
- Nice compact cameras that don’t get in the way at all.
- Large high resolution 2.4″ LCD screen.
- Good daytime and nighttime picture quality.
- Very easy to install.
- Images are a little blurry at higher speeds.
- The monitor might be a bit of a problem if you don’t have much bike storage.
- There is no MicroSD card provided.
Blueskysea is a brand that isn’t too well known, when it comes to dash cams, so we weren’t really sure what to expect with this one. However, after thoroughly testing it out, we have to say that we were really pleased with this one. It has a few issues that could be ironed out, but for the most part it is a great device.
The design of this dash cam is great. Both the front ant the rear cameras are discreet and compact. The LCD screen is very clear to see and easy to operate. The only issue is that it is a little big, so you might struggle with storing it if you don’t have any storage space on your bike.
Light Cameras but Still Very High Quality
The cameras felt a little lighter than we had expected, but it is clear to see that they have been made using durable materials so they have definitely been built to last. When it comes to installing the cameras, it really couldn’t have been simpler.
There was plenty of cable to allow us to connect everything and we had both cameras mounted and ready to go within a very short space of time. Once we had carried out the initial setup, which was very easy indeed, we were ready to go.
Mixed Results from the Resolution
We tried the camera in multiple different light settings to see how it would cope in terms of picture quality. Whilst we found the daytime recording crystal clear, we did struggle to see some of the images produced from nighttime recording which was a shame. Most of the nighttime footage was ok, if a little grainy.
One thing that we did find is that the images produced at higher speeds were not as good in terms of clarity. Lower speeds, however, produced crystal clear images. One thing that we should mention is that you will have to buy your MicroSD card separately as there isn’t one included with the camera.
Our Final Thoughts on the Blueskysea Motorcycle Dash Cam
There are a few little niggles with this dash cam, but overall we have to say that we were very impressed indeed. The picture quality is good, it has been well designed and made and it is very easy to install. If you want a mid range dash cam for your bike that will be reliable then this one should definitely be considered.[aawp box=”B07G12NT43″ value=”star_rating” rating=”3.5″]