Thanks to MEGTech for sending over their latest Mini0906 Pro dual dashcam for review. Please do take note that this is a beta sample before production.
Official product page: Mini0906 Pro
• Novatek NT96663
• Sensor for the front using Sony Exmor IMX327 and for the rear using Sony Exmor IMX291
• Viewing angle for front: 135° wide-angle 7G lens F1.8 aperture; for rear 155° wide-angle 6G lens F2.0 aperture
• 1.5″ TFT LCD
• Resolution: front & rear 1080p 30fps & 1080px720p 30fps; front only 1080 60fps, 1080p 30fps & 720p 60fps
• Support up to 256GB microSD card
• Built-in GPS
• Built-in supercapacitor
• Built-in WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
• CPL filter (optional)
• Upside down mounting
• Remote for file protection or take photo
• Parking mode (requires a hardwire kit)
• Mini0906 Pro
• GPS mount
• 2° & 4° angle mounting wedge & mounting screws
• Rear camera
• Rear camera cable
• Car charger with USB port
• Remote with mounting tape
• Mounting tapes
• Cable holders x6
• Micro USB cable
• Nylon string
• Microfiber cloth
• User guide
2° & 4° angle mounting wedge & mounting screws
Rear camera and cable
Car charger with USB port
Remote with mounting tape
Mounting tapes and cable holders
Micro USB cable
Nylon string and microfiber cloth
Initial firmware out of the box
Using a 128GB Samsung Evo Plus for the recordings
Road Cam app
The front camera recorded in 1920×1080 30fps with an overall bit rate of 20.3 Mb/s.
The rear camera recorded in 1920×1080 30fps with an overall bit rate of 16.6 Mb/s.
This Mini0906 Pro is an upgraded version of the original Mini0906 with newer Sony Exmor R sensors for both front and rear cams. The recording is definitely improved from the previous Mini0906.
It now also includes a built-in wi-fi so you can use Road Cam app to connect to the Mini0906 Pro
The Road Cam app is very easy to use to stream/download the videos via wi-fi. But can’t be used to configure the settings in the Mini0906 Pro.
Do take note that this Mini0906 Pro is a beta sample before production as my unit has an issue of the date and time reset to Jan 1, 2000, every time after shutting down. But lucky the date and time will sync after the GPS gets connected to the satellites.