DVR207 HD 720P Car Vehicle Dash Camera DVR Review

Posted on Sep 26 2013 - 4:08pm by Adam E
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  • Look & Feel
  • Ease of Use
  • Packaging & Manual

dvr207 car dvr review
Today almost everyone has an HD video camera, GoPro, or even a smart phone with HD video camera built in.  And while those cameras are cool and serve a purpose, they aren’t going to protect you in your car for day-to-day driving.  In my opinion everyone should have a video camera/dvr in their car.  You never know when it could come in handy.  Read on for the DVR207 review after the break.

So, this week I reviewed the DVR207 portable HD DVR with 2.5″ TFT LCD screen. This kit came with a suction cup mount, cigarette charger, lithium battery, video cables, and of course the camera.

  • 720P HD Video & Audio
  • Good Day Video and Average Night Video
  • Includes 2.5″ LCD Viewing Screen
  • 120 Degree Viewing Angle
  • Easily Mounts onto Vehicle Dashboard
  • Records Time and Date Stamp
  • Updated Version of the DVR-027
  • Up to 32GB SD Card (Not Included)
  • Plug-in Device (Car Adapter) or Battery Operated (2 Hour Battery)
  • Includes HDMI Output
  • Includes Zoran Coach 12MDV (ZR364249BGCG) Processor
  • 90 Day Warranty
  • Built by GND

First I tried the DVR207 without it plugged in to see how long the battery would last.  I can tell you the first battery cycle lasted around 90 minutes @ “HD”.  Compared to my Gopro, it’s night and day. But for the price you can pick one of these up for (less than $70), I think it’s worth it.  The suction cup mount has more adjustments then the gopro mount and even though it feels a bit cheap, it never failed me.  It also (unlike gopro) has a HDMI out port built in on the side as well as mini USB out. The built in screen flips down and swivels 180 degrees.  The sound is better than most car dvr’s.   So, if you’re looking for decent vehicle dvr for always on recording check out the DVR207 here.

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  1. Mikr February 29, 2016 at 11:46 pm -

    In my experience this type of DVRs are crap, won’t survive more then one year of use.
    Too many issues, power supply issues,internal battery issues, buggy settings etc..
    I think the way to go is the industrial type DVR’s .. Yeah they are more coplicated to install, but the are way more reliable.
    I have this one installed now ,I don’t know who makes them ,but I’m quite happy with it. Moreover it’s a four cam DVR and I have 360 degrees covered. 😉

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