The Lanmodo Vast Brings A Night Vision Camera To Your Dash – Forbes

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I’ve been fortunate to test many vehicles and write about them over the years, but recently I’ve had the added bonus of testing the devices and gadgets that make driving more enjoyable for many people. There was the Escort 360c radar detector a few weeks ago, and most recently there was this: the Lanmodo Vast night vision camera system. I didn’t know such a thing existed before I was sent one for testing, and there’s a good change you didn’t know about it either. In this article, we’ll take a look at five things you need to know about the camera, but first a warning: Don’t use this camera or any other device to replace your natural ability to see. If you’re in weather or lighting conditions that make it impossible for you to see on your own, find a safe place to pull over. This camera and all devices like it are meant to supplement your vision, not replace it.

That said, here are five things to know about the Lanmodo Vast Night Vision Camera:

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The 8.2-inch screen is surprisingly bright and remains easily viewable from a wide variety of angles. At night, that brightness doesn’t translate into a blinding beacon of light on the dash, and instead provides an excellent view of the road ahead. Image quality is excellent, and the 1080p full-HD screen handles motion easily without distortion or blurring.

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Installation is as easy as setting the device on your vehicle’s dash and plugging it in. That said, it is another device that you’ll have to keep track of. Many people, myself included, have “device fatigue”, which means that adding another screen to the mix is not the most desirable course of action. If your vehicle’s 12-volt outlet is located in an inconvenient place, such as in the center console or under the armrest, you’ll have to contend with a wire hanging down over the center console while you drive.

The Lanmodo Vast’s price tag of $500 may seem steep, but that’s a drop in the bucket when compared to dedicated night vision systems that are not only costly to buy but complicated to install. Even when the optional rearview camera is added in, the cost only climbs to $600. The extra camera system brings a 170-degree wide-angle lens and 720p image capture.

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You’ll still need to actually look at the road and not just a tiny screen on your dash, but the Lanmodo Vast can help improve visibility in more than just dark conditions. If it’s foggy or rainy out, the display shows a clear view of the road ahead and minimizes visual obstructions like water droplets. The camera’s ability to track motion smoothly makes it easy to glance down at the screen to get a better view of the road and quickly return your eyes to the scene ahead.

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Don’t see the words “dash cam” and assume that you’ll be capturing footage or images from the camera as you drive. The Lanmodo Vast is just a night vision camera system and does not store data as you’re moving. That will be a turnoff for anyone wanting the added peace of mind that a recording can bring, but the night vision system is a worthy cause on its own.

I’ll shout this warning once more for good measure: This type of camera should be used as a supplement to your ability to view the road ahead, not in place of a view ahead. If you’re completely out of your element on dark roads or super foggy weather, it’s best to find a safe place to stop than to stare at a small screen instead of looking out at the road ahead.


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