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Please note that when you select this option your camera will not record audio or video, and you will not receive any event notifications.When disabled, live video and audio streaming still works.

Dash cams have gained popularity over the last few years thanks to falling costs and the plethora of dash cam videos from Russia that have shown the stranger aspects of commuter life in that country.Below is a list of some of the best dash cams you can buy regardless of your budget. A quick internet search for the best dash cam will often turn up the Garmin Dash Cam 55 as an option. It’s not the cheapest option on this list; however, at $199, the Garmin Dash Cam 55 packs an abundance of features.The Garmin has a 1440p HD resolution, returning decent nighttime video.KC200 and KC120 support both 2.4GHz and 5GHz, while KC100 only supports 2.4GHz. Kasa Cam Outdoor uses 2.5 Mbps to stream video at 1080p resolution.You can adjust your resolution in the app to free up bandwidth space on your network. The camera records clips only when motion or sound activity occurs.Refer to TP-Link’s Privacy Policy for more information. Kasa cameras support displays with a Google Chromecast, Google Home Hub and any smart display with Google Assistant.

You can view the live feed from any Kasa cameras on the linked Kasa account, and you can refer to this link to know the commands the camera support currently.

It features voice controls while packing a G-sensor, which can automatically save the video if a crash is detected.

The downside is the short 30-minute battery life and clunky user interface.

Today, there are hundreds of dash cam options out there for every budget.

You have bare-bones video recorders for under $100 while some pack in features like voice control, 4K video, and more that cost several hundred dollars.

The support for “camera on/off” commands is not available now.