Thank you Atcetera Solutions for providing the SJCAM SJDASH+ M30+ for review.

SJCAM product page: SJDASH+
Atcetera Solutions product page: ~coming soon~

 

Technical Specs:
• Processor: Novatek 96660
• Sensor: Sony IMX291 Starvis
• Lens: 7G 160° wide angle lens view
• Aperture: F1.33
• Super Night Vision
• Resolution: Full HD (1920×1080) @ 60fps
• 3″ LCD
• Support up to 64GB microSD card
 External GPS Antenna (Optional)
• Built-in Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n 2.4GHz
• Built-in super capacitor
• ADAS

 

The box

 

Open box

 

Contents

• SJDASH+
• Suction mount
• 2 port USB charger
• 90° angled 3.5m long micro USB cable
• Microfibre cloth
• Quick start guide
• SJCAM stickers

 

SJDASH+

 

Suction mount

 

2 port USB charger

 

90° angled 3.5m long micro USB cable

 

Microfibre cloth

 

Quick start guide

 

SJCAM stickers

 

Initial firmware out of the box

No new firmware was found on SJCAM’s website

 

Test setup

Using a 32GB Samsung Evo Plus for the recording

Lane departure warning system (LDWS) in action

 

SJCAM CAR app

Couldn’t stream to watch from SJDASH+ as the 5 minutes file is 1GB in size. Require to download to your phone then only can watch.

 

Videos
Recorded the videos in 1920×1080 60fps with an overall bit rate of 30.5 Mb/s

 

Final thoughts

The SJDASH+ M30+ is the improved version of SJCAM’s first dashcam, the SJDASH M30.

Here are the differences between the SJDASH & SJDASH+:

Here is my review of the SJDASH M30: Link

Overall image quality is improved on the SJDASH+ due to the higher overall bit rate of 30.5 Mb/s and the Sony IMX291 Starvis sensor. But the 5 minutes files is about 1GB in size and can’t be changed to 1 minute or 3 minutes files. Which is why using the SJCAM CAR app can’t stream the video to the phone.

The LDWS is working ok about 60-70% of the time when highway driving. But will get lots of false warning driving in the city or stuck in a jam.


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