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Waylens Horizon action camera for cars captures the thrill of driving

At a glance 157 degree wide-angle f/2.4 aperture 1/1.8? image sensor 1080p 30/60pfs, 720p 120/60fps Pros Camera design itself is top-notch Built-in OLED touchscreen Cons Included mounting hardware for cable not great Expensive at $499 Connecting the car The Waylens Horizon is essentially a conical, dense metal camera replete with optics, onboard processing power and battery.… Read More
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