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Hello,
think I should fit a webcam, spoilt for choice and type
i want to fit myself, hardware it, I don’t want cables all over the place etc
i welcome anyone’s advice please
seen ones online, fits onto existing mirror, any good ?
thanks in advance
 

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Hello,
think I should fit a webcam, spoilt for choice and type
i want to fit myself, hardware it, I don’t want cables all over the place etc
i welcome anyone’s advice please
seen ones online, fits onto existing mirror, any good ?
thanks in advance
This guy on YouTube did a whole load of reviews some years ago now - but it gives you an insight in what to watch for in recent designs.
https://www.youtube.com/c/Techmoan/search?query=dash cam
I bought and Auskey in a sale a year ago but am waiting for some warm weather to fit it :)

In a lot of cars forward vision from the mirror position s restricted by window tint and other smart components..
 

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I fitted a AUKEY Dual Dash Cam in my Niro. Hard wired in (easy as you can pick a fuse from by drivers knee). If you do not have a trim removal kit. I do recommend you get one.
I paid under £8 for a 5 piece one. Makes fitting them a lot easier. If you do not have a sun roof, you may even be able to feed the rear cam wire between roof lining & actual roof. Now that is neat and tidy & easy.
 

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Many thanks,
yes I have the plastic trim removal tools, so all good, I would like it neat and tidy
 
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