Got this Xiaomi Mijia dashcam for review from GearBest
Specifications and features list:
• Mstar MSC8328P processor
• Sony Exmor IMX323 sensor
• 3.0 inch TFT HD LCD screen
• F1.8 large aperture, 160° wide-angle lens, 2.19 megapixels
• Resolution: 1920 x 1080
• Support up to 64GB microSD card.
• Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n
• Built-in 240 mAh battery
• Capacitive touch button
• Mijia dashcam
• 90° angled micro USB Cable
• USB Car Charger
• Pry bar
• Mount with double sided tape
• Spare double sided tape
• 2 x Electrostatic films
• Manual in Chinese
Mijia with mount
You stick the electrostatic films onto your windscreen first before sticking the Mijia dashcam on to it. This to protect the tint you have on your windscreen.
USB car charger
90° angled micro USB Cable
Manual in Chinese
Will be using Samsung Evo Plus 64GB with the Mijia dashcam.
Menu screens translated
English firmware v1.0.13.En
Please use the Mi Dash Cam app to update your Mijia dashcam with 1.0.13
Also, you can’t update using the Mi Dash Cam app after updated using the Mi Home app as it will detect that it is the latest firmware.
The only way is to manual flash update the firmware.
Download 1.0.13.En from my Dropbox.
Unzip the file > copy the SD_CarDV.bin file to the microSD card root folder > insert to the Mijia dashcam > power on and wait for it to update > will auto reboot into English interface.
Initial firmware on the Mijia dashcam and latest firmware in Mi Home App
New firmware version 1.0.9 released 18 May 2017
A lot have asked me to do a comparison video between Yi dashcam and Mijia dashcam
Yi Dashcam 1080p 60fps vs Mijia Dashcam 1080p 30fps – Day & Night
The Mijia dashcam looks clearer in the video but the video is darker. The Yi dashcam can see more details in darker areas (Hopefully Mi can fix this in a future firmware?)
Xiaomi Mijia Dashcam vs 360 J511C Dashcam
Notes: The video resolution is fixed at 1920×1080 30fps. Also, the video interval is fixed at 2 minutes. There is no option to change this.