KDLINKS X1 vs FalconZero F170

Have you ever been excited by hearing a discussion or short talk about dash cam? Because, it seems like this tool is newbie but full of advantages. It helps us a lot as long as we are driving or even parking our vehicle especially our lovely car. By putting a dash cam inside the car, we feel like our car is safer than without it. We will have no worry about considering every conditions happened to our car while we are inside or outside. But, one more problem comes when you have to choose the best dash cam instead of there are many of them sold in the market. Probably our review about KDLINKS X1 and FalconZero F170 can be your reference to buy a new dash cam or change your old one.

KDLINKS X1
The KDLINKS X1’s feature are such as Full HD video for 1080p and wide angle lens with a 165 degree field of vision, with all of these you can capture everything that you can see through the windscreen and have a very good quality of video at day time even during the night. However, the large viewing angle results in a bit of distortion near the edges of the screen. There are GPS, Fast bootup time, and AR330 supporting the facilities of KDLINKS X1. The integrated fast-locking GPS with geo-tagging can allow you to check your route once you tuck the SD card into your computer, and the Wide Dynamic Range has a function for enhanced night visibility. Loop recording, auto on/off, and time/date/speed stamp go without saying. A G-sensor is included for impact detection that will save video files during critical events, and you can also use the camera’s emergency button to keep files of important or interesting events. There is no wonder and also as a result, customer satisfaction has been excellent for the KDLinks X1, making it one of the highest-ranked dashboard cameras currently available.

FalconZero F170
Falcon Zero F170 has some abilities that will shock us enough. It can record the video with 1080p Full HD which is good during the day and fair at night time too. As a good dash cam, it is including on/off, loop recording, and G-sensor. It has an unbuffered parking mode with motion detection, meaning that when you are parked, you can set up the camera to come alive whenever any movement is detected (either visually or by the G-sensor). It will then record whatever happens after the event for the next 10 seconds. GPS becomes the most important part, and this F170 definitely have it. The GPS data can be overlaid on Google maps using the camera’s player software. The support from Wide Dynamic Range can be enhanced night vision, however this has to be activated manually in the camera’s menu. The menus are not very intuitive unfortunately. It also allows you to operate and play back video on the spot with an integrated 2.7 inch screen and its field of view is 170 degrees. The camera’s electronics really help to reduce the fish-eye effect.

- Superior Night-vision by world class F1.6 Six-Glass lenses, and unique dashcam WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) video system (Similar to HDR technology in Camera)
- Built-in GPS module precisely record GPS data into dash cam video clips, and you can check vehicle location/speed/route on Google Map through included KDLINKS Dashcam Player Software
- Emergency Lock Button & Accident Auto Detection Feature (G-Sensor) can lock current video file for you
- One Year Warranty To Cover Any Dash Cam hardware Issues. First Class best support for all customers
- Full-HD Video 1920*1080 at 30 fps, super wide 170 degree angel, endless looping mode and auto ON/OFF. Works automatically without any human touch
- Superior Night-vision by world class f2.0 Six-Glass lenses, and unique WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) video system (Similar to HDR technology in Camera)
- GPS module precisely records GPS data into video clips, and you can check vehicle location/speed/route on Google Maps through included Falcon Zero Player Software
- Emergency Lock Button & Accident Auto Detection Feature (G-Sensor) can lock current video files for you

KDLINKS X1 vs FalconZero F170
The both DashCams have wide angle lens, but F170 is wider. The degree viewing angle of KDLINKS X1 165-degree view while the F170HD+ lens has a 170-degree view which X1 a bit narrower than F170HD. But also, both model is affordable price for under 200 dollars, but if you are looking for best bang for your buck dash cam, We highly recommended the F170HD+ model by Falcon Zero is a cheaper than KDLINKS X1.