Having a dash camera installed in your vehicle is an excellent way to protect yourself from the challenges that driving presents. A video recording of dangerous driving, fraudulent behavior or accidents provides indisputable evidence when something goes wrong. A while back, we took a look at the innovative M5 dash camera system from Momento. This spotlight looks at the M5’s big brother – the Momento M6.
The M6 is Momento’s first dash cam that connects to your smartphone by creating a small and secure Wi-Fi hotspot inside your vehicle that only you can access through the Momento App.
In addition to giving you easy access to your video files, the Momento App also provides additional driving insights such as speed, location and trip data.
An Extra Set of Eyes On the Road
You’re a safe, responsible driver, but accidents happen: Luckily, Momento’s got you covered:
- Driving Mode – Continuously records everything at the front and rear of your vehicle while driving.
- Impact Sensors – Stores 15 seconds before and after any impact or shock your vehicle experiences
- Parking Mode – Even when you’re parked, the M6 has motion sensors that trigger recordings.
Exceptional Low-light Sensitivity
The M6 records in Full HD, giving you crystal clear footage in 1080p. Additionally, the M6 is equipped with a Sony Exmor-R image sensor that is enhanced with STARVIS, the industry-standard for surveillance applications, ensuring low-light performance.
Massively Upgradeable Storage
The M6 includes a 32GB micro-SD card that can be upgraded to any Class 10 micro-SD card up to 256GB. That’s twice as much as our leading competitors! Plus, its easy-to-use file management system best utilizes your storage while ensuring your most important videos stay saved.
High-capacity SD cards require specific formatting in order to work with the Momento M6.
The M6 is protected by a 2-Year manufacturer’s Warranty. This warranty covers both front and rear cameras, and protects your purchase from defects or malfunctioning parts*.
*Does not cover labor nor installation.