My 32gb Class 10 Transend arrived today , well out performs the 32gb no brand name that i had with the Camera.
When i get chance i will upload a clip.
Positioned the rear camera top center , but has picked up a shadow from the spoiler lol , ah well i will have to move that one , not fully wired the power supply in yet.
Video is average i would say , it's clear enough but would not say its any where near HD , it does pixelate a little , but picture's are not too bad considering it's recording two feeds at once , lets say i'm not dissappointed to the extent where i would run it down but would say 7 out of 10 considering it's price. It may get better if i just used the front camera. It does what i need t to do and can easily read number plates front and rear although the rear view is 720 compared to 1280 front. , but i would say , it's real capture on both cameras recording is 720 front and VGA rear, but like i said it's Ok.
There is a large difference with the cards though that is for sure , videos do not break up or freeze with the Transend class 10
Connected straight away with the bluetooth ELM327 , and does everything it says on the Tin , works perfectly there is zero lag and every gauge that i chosse to use or try gave a reading.
When i say everything , i mean everything that the Focus will pick up , there are many displays on there that give no readings at all and many that i would not have a clue about haha.
When selecting what gauges you want to try , while connected the list displays which are functional and working so it's easy to select which ones take a reading , only one i would have liked that does not work with mine was Oil temp , there are many different types of displays you can choose from and dozens of skins and colours.
It also has GPS tracking , trip tracking , Sports tracking 0-60 etc speed testing , Live recording of journey with map overlay , which you can also have gauges overlaid , Fault code reading
Well impressed with it.
So all in all happy with the Torque Pro and the Camera.
All i have to do now is wire the camera power feed in properly to ignition on/off , a possible Mod i might do is remove the front camera from the unit and place it next to the front facing sensors in my front screen and then place it in the glove box and no one will ever know its there.